The UCF Ginsburg Center for Inclusion and Community Engagement Office of Learning and Organizational Development training program is one of the most prolific in higher education. You can pursue certificates and training individually or as a departmental effort to improve performance and our learning and work environments.
View the Spring 2024 Workshop Schedule All workshops are free unless otherwise noted. Please note that locations vary. Other opportunities for workshops may be scheduled by calling (407) 823-6479 or by emailing Kavita.email@example.com.
- Faculty, A&P, USPS, OPS: Register online on Workday Home page > All Apps (Menu) > Learning > Discover > Browse Learning
There are currently no certificates being offered at this time. Please stay tuned for further updates.
Course and Facilitation Descriptions
Civilians may not be aware of the unique challenges that separating from military service and returning to civilian life can present. In this candid conversation, we will chat with an Army Veteran about some of the challenges Veterans face and ways to support them.
Green Zone training provides faculty with valuable insights about student veterans and military-connected students as they transition into the student experience. The goal of this session is to provide attendees with greater understanding about military terminology and experience; provide insights into the UCF military population; develop an understanding of the issues and concerns faced by military-connected students; and how we can assist this population achieve their educational and career objectives with the right campus resources.
Consultations and Presentations
In addition to Faculty, GTA, and New Employee Orientations, the Ginsburg Center for Inclusion and Community Engagement Office of Diversity Education and Training provides a variety of consultations and presentations as a service to the UCF Community.
Consultations: A consultation is an individual or group meeting to assist in planning diversity-related programs and events, incorporating diversity into grant proposals, infusing the curriculum with diversity content and pedagogy in both new and existing courses, or discussing a diversity issue or incident. Depending upon the circumstances, consultations may occur face-to-face, by e-mail or telephone.
Presentations: The Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion and The Ginsburg Center for Inclusion and Community Engagement Office of Diversity Education and Training, and members of the training staff are available to make presentations to classes, departments, organizations, and student groups. We also facilitate sessions at team retreats. Our presentations cover a variety of diversity topics, and, if time, personnel, and resources allow, we will tailor specific presentations to meet your unique needs.
For more information, or to schedule a consultation or a presentation with any of the members of our training staff, please feel free to contact us.
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