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SEPTEMBER

General Search Committee Training

Attracting, hiring, and retaining an excellent and diverse faculty and staff is a top priority for colleges nationSwide. PCC utilizes a search committee for the hiring process to help ensure consistent and equal employment in hiring decisions to hire the “best” candidate for the position. This training session is open to any faculty or staff member and will allow you to participate in the search committee process. During this session you will learn about your part in the process, legalities of the interview process, and about behavioral based interviewing.

Presenter: Amanda Wells

 September 10th 2 – 4p

 CAP 15: Please email awells@email.pittcc.edu to reserve your space

 

Search Committee Training for Supervisors

This session is for supervisors only. During this session we will cover the hiring process from beginning to end, it also includes information from the general search committee session. You will learn how the search committee process works and what your role is as a supervisor.

Presenter: Amanda Wells

September 16th 2 – 4p

 

Coping with Change (WEBINAR)

September 15th Noon and 2pm

Learn personal strategies on how to deal with both the losses and the gains that change brings to your life.

Early registration is recommended. Space availability is on a first come, first serve basis.

 Webinar Offered Through McLaughlin Young Group

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FERPA Essentials (Online)

Available September 4th - 30th

While there are many important uses of student data, schools must balance the benefits of use with the need to protect students' privacy rights. The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a federal law that protects the   privacy of student records of any educational institution that receives federal Department of Education funds. FERPA prohibits the federal funding of institutions that release education records without the consent of parents or eligible students.

FERPA compliance is not as simple as you might think. For example, the law contains numerous exceptions applicable to certain individuals and to different situations, as well as several gray areas. It's critical that school employees understand and carry out their responsibilities under FERPA to protect student privacy and to avoid the risk of losing federal funds.    

Required for all current annually appointed employee

 

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OCTOBER

Know the 10 Signs (WEBINAR)

October 20th Noon and 2pm

Learn to identify the 10 early warning signs of Alzheimer's disease through this Webinar presented by the National Alzheimer's Association. Review the differences between age-related memory lapses and the signs of dementia.

Early registration is recommended. Space availability is on a first come, first serve basis.

Webinar Offered Through McLaughlin Young Group

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NOVEMBER

Stick with it (WEBINAR)

November 17th Noon and 2pm

Using strategies developed by the Mayo Clinic, discover the unrealistic expectations that could be impacting your ability to stick with positive change.

Early registration is recommended. Space availability is on a first come, first serve basis.

Webinar Offered Through McLaughlin Young Group

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