Talent Acquisition & Development
A variety of learning opportunities are offered internally to CPMers with no cost attached. To view a full listing of current scheduled course offerings and registration details, visit the York Employee Learning Calendar (YELC). Here you can access a variety of employee skill, knowledge and professional development opportunities from across the University.
The department of Talent Acquisition & Development (TAD), HR, offers a variety of learning opportunities to help University employees grow and develop their skills. Some areas of available learning opportunities includes:
- Employee (personal and professional) development
- Leadership development
- Certificate programs
- Technical (computer) skill development
- Career development
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Centre for Human Rights, Equity & Inclulsion
The Centre for Human Rights, Equity and Inclusion (REI) offers workshops throughout the year to help the York community foster respect, equity, diversity, and inclusion. In addition to facilitating conversations about current human rights issues, some areas covered are: Accommodations, Employment Equity, Racial Inclusion, Preventing Sexual Harassment, and Creating Positive Space.
Participants who attend at least 3 sessions are eligible for a Certificate of Completion. To Register or for more information, please visit the York Employee Learning Calendar (YELC) or contact email@example.com.
CPM Employees should explore the online opportunities via Alison.com and Lynda.com. Both programs are available at no cost. With hundreds of courses to choose from, both online platforms have become invaluable tools for employees to learn new software technologies and further develop their business skill sets all while affording them a more flexible “learn at your own pace” schedule.
And remember, successful completion of courses can be tracked on the Training Summary via HR Self Serve. There you will find instructions for tracking external courses as part of your professional development portfolio.