Training / Educational Programs
The list below includes trainings currently scheduled on our campus. Please check back for updates and new sessions as they are added to the schedule. To preview these trainings and other programs from the Office of Human Resources, explore the 2019 OHR Events Calendar, a resource to help you quickly find dates and programs of interest.
Supervisors and department chairs may request customized training for their staff or their department/division by contacting Stephen Butler at 542-2521 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Departments have requested training to enhance a staff retreat, to address specific workplace dynamics, or to help launch a team embarking on an important project. Please visit the Organizational Development webpage to learn more about these customized programs.
- Mid-Year Check In Trainings for Staff
- Identity and Inclusion, Part 1
- Mid-Year Check In Trainings for Supervisors/Chairs
- Plan and Lead Great Meetings, Part 2
- Travel Portal Training
- Financial Webinars with TIAA
- Trans Inclusivity, Part 1
- Workplace Wellness: Meditations for the Workplace
- Canva Graphic Design Training
- Leadership Conversations for Supervisors and Chairs
- Trans Inclusivity, Part 2
- Digital Accessibility Workshops
- Hiring for Diversity and Inclusion
- Retirement Planning
- Digital Accessibility Workshops
- Identity and Inclusion, Part 2
- Workplace Wellness: Ayurveda for Wellbeing
Workplace Wellness Sessions
More wellness and fitness sessions will be offered over the upcoming months, including:
Please check back for updated listings and explore the Wellness, Fitness and Lifetime Sports webpage from the Athletics Department for details and to register.
Workplace Fundamentals is a collection of professional development trainings and classes intended for staff and faculty at Amherst College. The focus of these trainings is to build and enhance skills. We are starting to plan for the next English Competency Course, a multi-week class designed to help participants with their speaking, listening and writing skills. We want to remind supervisors and staff that this class will be available again starting in September. Anyone interested in participating in this program should contact Stephen Butler at extension 2521 / email@example.com.
IT Trainings and LinkedIn Learning
The IT Department offers trainings throughout the year for staff and faculty. For an updated list of IT trainings and to register online, please check the IT Training and Events Calendar. To see the schedule of Digital Accessibility Workshops for the fall, please visit the Accessible Information Tecnology Events page.
Sessions offered this fall include:
- Create and Edit Content for the Amherst College Website
- Introduction to Excel
- Excel - Intermediate Level
- Using Goggle Calendar
- Using Goggle Apps
All staff and faculty have access to LinkedIn Learning, an online resource for training with thousands of courses on technical and professional skills led by content matter experts. LinkedIn Learning courses can provide both basic instruction to learn about a new topic or skill, and detailed instruction to master a specific skill or task. The college can provide an individual license to any employee who would like to use LinkedIn Learning for professional development. If you would like to request a license, submit a request to IT.
Office of Diversity & Inclusion
To view other sessions and programs offered by the Office of Diversity & Inclusion, please visit the Staff Trainings and Calendar page.
Title IX Trainings
Title IX trainings for staff and faculty will be offered throughout 2019-2020. Please visit the Title IX Training Registration page to sign up for upcoming sessions.
Please contact the Title IX Office if you want to schedule training for your department or work team. https://www.amherst.edu/campuslife/health-safety-wellness/sexual-respect/title_ix_explained