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Training

SafeColleges

SafeColleges is an online program that offers valuable training courses for all BYU–Hawaii employees. With approximately 140 employee courses and 40 student courses, there are a wide range of general topic courses relevant to campus life and employment. Some of the general training courses include Sensitivity Awareness, General Ethics in the Workplace, Stress Management, and Health Emergencies. There are also specific training courses offered to support current training efforts in your department.

Courses range from 8 minutes to 32 minutes in duration, and participation is assessed and recorded. Human Resources highly encourages all employees to discuss opportunities with their manager to participate in SafeCollges training. Please contact cnorth@go.byuh.edu or moana.numanga@byuh.edu to see how SafeColleges online training courses can assist you and your department.

Management Development Training Program

Human Resources coordinates the university’s Management Development Training Program. This program is designed to provide leaders with concepts and skills needed to build and sustain management skills and performance. This program is not designed to be an educational event that stands alone, but rather the launch of a series of individual actions that will enable each person to practice and apply their new skills in their work after the program.

In order to participate in the Management Development Training Program, you must be sponsored by your manager/line leader or Human Resources' Training Manager. If you are interested in participating, please work with your direct manager to receive an invitation. Managers should meet with their employees before the training to set expectations for participation in the program and set a date to follow-up after the program. Participants are also asked to complete some pre-seminar assignments prior to attending. The training program takes place once a month and runs for two full work days (8:30 am to 4:30 pm). Breakfast and lunch are provided.

For additional questions please contact moana.numanga@byuh.edu.