Training

Montgomery College encourages you to continue your professional development. The College offers programs, classes, and services to help you achieve your professional goals.

Training resources can be found through E-Learning, Innovation, and Teaching Excellence (ELITE).

Each fiscal year there are specific classes that are required for all or select employees. Log into MC Learns and click on “Required Training” for the full current schedule and to register for training. Departments may also have specific required classes, and your supervisor will inform you of them.

Two types of ethics trainings will be offered for employees during FY19. Both ethics trainings are required for employees. Please note that the online ethics training will be available in MC Learns later this fall semester. Please contact the Office of Compliance, Risk, and Ethics at ethics@montgomerycollege.edu with any questions or for additional information.

Required Trainings for Fiscal Year 2019

Prevention of Sexual Harassment and Workplace Discrimination

Classroom-based training delivered by Human Resources and Workforce Development and Continuing Education

Classroom-based training delivered by Human Resources and Workforce Development and Continuing Education

Required For: Supervisors in all divisions, including:

  • staff supervisors
  • department chairs
  • administrators

Due Date: November 20, 2018 (or within 12 months of the hire or promotion date for new supervisors hired or promoted after November 20, 2018.)

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Focus on Ethics

In-person training conducted in a group setting and led by the supervisor

In-person training conducted in a group setting and led by the supervisor

This course will provide initial, in person ethics training to all Montgomery College faculty, staff, and administrators concerning the MC Code of Ethics and Employee Conduct Policy & Procedure. Employees will participate in scenario-based discussions regarding ethical issues. The in-person training format is designed to be facilitated by managers or supervisors with their direct reports.

Required For: Employees in all divisions, including:

  • full-time credit faculty
  • all staff, including temps with benefits
  • department chairs
  • administrators

Encouraged For:

  • part-time credit faculty
  • WD&CE part-time non-credit faculty
  • casual temporary employees.

Due Date: June 30, 2019 (or within 12 months of the hire date for new employees hired during FY19)

Registration Information: Classes will be arranged directly by department managers.

Please contact the Office of Compliance, Risk, and Ethics for more information. 

Ethics @MC: Code of Ethics and Employee Code of Conduct

The Ethics@MC online interactive ethics training provides Montgomery College employees with the opportunity to learn more about ethics and the Montgomery College Code of Ethics and Employee Conduct.

The Ethics@MC online interactive ethics training provides Montgomery College employees with the opportunity to learn more about ethics and the Montgomery College Code of Ethics and Employee Conduct.

The ethics training includes four distinct topic areas: Conflicts of Interest, Discrimination, Workplace Harassment, and Workplace Violence and Abusive Conduct. The training should require about one hour to complete. Also, employees can begin the training in MC Learns and return to MC Learns to complete the training. Once completed, the MC Learns training history will indicate the required class is complete under the “Online E-Courses” section.

The course is available in three modes:

  • Video (video and audio)
  • Audio (audio and images)
  • Silent (no audio, images only, and includes text)

If you are unable to access this training, due to a disability, and need it in an alternative format, please contact Rowena D’Souza to request an accommodation. 

If technical issues occur, or you have any questions or concerns, please contact ethics@montgomerycollege.edu for assistance.

Required For: Employees in all divisions, including:

  • full-time credit faculty
  • all staff, including temps with benefits
  • department chairs
  • administrators

Encouraged For:

  • part-time credit faculty
  • WD&CE part-time non-credit faculty
  • casual temporary employees.

Due Date: June 30, 2019 (or within 12 months of the hire date for new employees hired during FY19)

Registration Information: Classes are available in MC Learns 

Please contact the Office of Compliance, Risk, and Ethics for more information. 

 

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