About Organizational Development & Training
Training, development and knowledge skill gaps are the fusion that drives and maintain a successful work environment. The goal of Organizational Development and Training (ODT) is to serve as an intellectual repository, providing programs and services to foster learning and development opportunities for all employees. It is also the goal of ODT to leverage technology in the delivery of services, systems and tools that will implement and maintain a strategic training and communication plan in support of a comprehensive University-wide training program. Employees will be able to access the necessary functional, professional and basic technology skills to empower the University.
Organizational Development and Training staff have researched, designed and implemented courses based on University employees’ departmental job functions and responsibilities. These courses provide employees with the knowledge and skill sets required to maintain an effective work environment. The department offers training in categories as Basic Technology Skills, Career Development Training, Fiscal Administration, Individual Performance Development, and University-wide Compliance. Please peruse our University Training Catalog to get a better understanding of the courses offered by Organizational Development and Training. Just click on the University Training Catalog link on the left navigation menu.
To ensure that all employees are offered training, courses have been designed to be delivered in a variety of methods, including instructor-led classroom setting, and e-learning. Employees have the convenience of completing e-learning courses online at their office or in the comfort of their home during a 24 hour period, 7-days-a-week.
All employees attending training will be awarded continuing education credits (CEU’s) from the Organizational Development and Training department.
Organizational Development & Training Department maintains a tracking system of employee training, workshops and support sessions to ensure that appropriate personnel in all departments receive training.
* If you require a reasonable accommodation pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Amendment Act (ADAA), please contact the Office of Equal Opportunity Programs at (850) 599-3076 prior to the start of the event.