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)new window.

Each fiscal year there are specific classes that are required for all or select employees. Log into MC Learns and click on “Required Training” to register for training. Departments may also have specific required classes, and your supervisor will inform you of them. In FY21, there are four (4) required online training modules for employees*.  

Additionally, supervisors may require additional training for employees within their area to meet discipline, department, and/or unit needs and requirements.  View directions on how to access required trainings (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader.-Link opens in new window.)

Register on MCLearns

 

Collegewide online Required Trainings for Fy21

COVID-19

NOW AVAILABLE: This training is required for all MC employees, including those who are working remotely.

For Employees:

  • Return to Campus Webinar for Employees: COVID-19 Changes to Your Workplace

For Supervisors:

  • Guidance for Supervisors Webinar: COVID-19 Changes to Your Workplace

Webinars must be completed before any employee reports to an MC campus or location for any reason and no later than June 30, 2021.

This applies even if an employee is just coming to pick up items from the office or checking on something and are not planning a long stay.

Equity and Inclusion

Available now and new content ongoing

Completion Deadline:  September 30, 2021

Sponsor: Office of Equity and Inclusion

Ethics: Conflict of Interest

October 2020

Completion Deadline: September 30, 2021

Sponsor: Office of Compliance, Risk, and Ethics

DataSecurity@MC: Annual Review

Now Available

Completion Deadline: June 30, 2021

Sponsor: Office of Information Technology

 *Required for all full-time faculty, part-time credit faculty, staff, department chairs, and administrators. This includes regular, temporary with benefits (TWB), and casual temporary staff. Trainings are encouraged, but not required, for noncredit (WDCE) instructors.

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