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MARCH

Making Our Campus Safer - Clery Act (Online)

Available March 2nd – 31st

The Clery Act requires schools to make timely warnings to the campus community about crimes that could pose an ongoing threat to students and employees. Recognizing that many crimes are not reported to the police, the Act requires schools to collect data about crimes on and around their campuses from those referred to as Campus Security Authorities (CSAs). In addition to campus police and non-police security staff, any member of a school's faculty or staff with "significant responsibility for student and campus activities" is considered a CSA and must be trained on the Act's reporting requirements. The Act empowers the Department of Education to levy substantial fines on schools that fail to comply.

This 25-minute course explains the essential requirements of the Clery Act and the responsibilities of all CSAs.

Required for all annually appointed employees

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Practical Strategies to Stay Safe (WEBINAR)

March 17th Noon and 2pm

Learn strategies to keep you and your family safe in case of natural disasters, terrorist attacks, or other emergencies.

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

Webinar Offered Through McLaughlin Young Group

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Hiring Part-time Employees

The hiring process of New Part-Time Employees can be very time consuming and confusing. If you are in the position of hiring/rehiring of Part-Time employees, we welcome you to a Training/Informational Question and Answer session. Let us walk you through the process, answer your questions regarding the hiring/rehiring process of PT New Hires, and supply you with any HR or Payroll services that you may be in need of to make this process move as smoothly as possible for you, your new hires/rehires, and your department.

Presenter: Stephanie Posey

March 24th 3p - 4p (VEW 12)

CAP 25: Please email awells@email.pittcc.edu to reserve your space

 

APRIL

Disrupting Negative Thoughts (WEBINAR)

April 21st Noon and 2pm
Learn how to gain control over negative thoughts and increase recognition of the positives occurring in 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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FMLA Training for Supervisors

It is important for all supervisors to understand and apply FMLA provisions and the college’s policy. This training session will familiarize participants with the provisions of FMLA, including appropriate time lines for processing FMLA requests. At the end of the session participants should understand the purpose and benefits of FMLA, recognize when and to whom it applies, understand key provisions and understand the procedures for handling leaves appropriately.

Presenter: Amanda Wells

April 22nd 1:30 – 3p (RR 204)

 

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

If you have questions call Amanda Wells at 493-7810