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Required Training

Each year, MC offers collegewide training that is required for all or select employees, depending on their role at the College. The required training for FY23 focuses on four (4) areas that are very relevant to the College’s current organizational priorities: ethics, data security, racial equity, and mental health.

Additionally, supervisors and administrators may require additional training for employees within their area to meet discipline, department, and/or unit needs and requirements. Any questions related to any additional requirements should be directed to your immediate supervisor

The following information provides a comprehensive list of the required training for employees in FY23.  Use the links below to access the classes available in Workday Learningnew window for registration (in-person classes) or to complete online (for e-learning classes). The Ethics Questionnaire can be accessed at the links below

If you have questions or need assistance, please reach out to your designated  Human Resources Internal Consultant, Leslie Jones at 240-567-9169 or Lisa Evans at 240-567-9065, or the HRSTM Help Desk at 240-567-5353. 

Title & Duration Required For Recommended For Description Type/Availability Completion Date
Data Security @MC - Annual Review FY23new window
30 Minutes
Administrators, Department Chairs, Full-time Faculty, Part-time Credit and WDCE Faculty, Staff, Temp w/ Benefits, Casual Temporary and Student Workers N/A An annual review/refresh of good cybersecurity hygiene and best practices to protect against cyber-attacks.

E-learning Class

Available Now

12/23/22
Data Asset Management Trainingnew window
30 Minutes

Administrators Department Chairs and Supervisors Develop an understanding how College data has value and our responsibilities to comply with College policy, local, state, federal and international law governing data security and privacy.

E-learning Class
Available Now

12/23/22
Ethics Self-Reflection Questionnaire
Employeesnew window
and for
Supervisorsnew window
10 Minutes

Administrators, Department Chairs, Full-time Faculty, Staff, Temp w/ Benefits

Part-time Credit and WDCE Faculty, Casual Temporary and Student Workers The ESQ is a short, web-based questionnaire intended to prompt self-reflection and further integrate the College’s ethical expectations into MC’s culture. The questionnaire presents examples of workplace conduct and asks the participant to rate the extent to which their own behavior accords with each example.

Available Now

12/23/22
Navigating Ethical Dilemmas
6 Hours
Administrators Department Chairs and Supervisors Navigating Ethical Dilemmas is a three-part live course that engages participants in exploring ethical dilemmas connected to their professional practice and works toward building managerial competency in addressing workplace ethical issues.

Zoom Class

9/15/22new window
9/20/22new window

(more dates pending)

12/23/22
Preventing Sexual Harassment and Workplace Discrimination and Retaliation
1 Hour
Administrators, Department Chairs, Full-time Faculty, Part-time Credit Faculty, Staff, Temp w/ Benefits WDCE Part-time Faculty, Casual Temporary and Student Workers In this e-class, learners receive reinforcement of their role in maintaining a workplace culture of integrity and respect. Participants will learn what is Harassment Prevention, Reporting, Bullying, and Abusive Conduct.

E-learning class

Available 10/15/2022

3/31/23
Mental Health and Substance Use:  The Basics
1 Hour
Administrators, Department Chairs, Full-time Faculty, Staff, Temp w/ Benefits Part-time Credit and WDCE Faculty, Casual Temporary and Student Workers The training will cover common misconceptions surrounding mental health and substances, the signs and symptoms of a mental health or substance use disorder, and how to respond.  The training will discuss resources available to students, faculty, and staff both on campus and in the community.

E-learning class

Available 10/15/2022

3/31/23
The Journey to Becoming an Anti-Racist Institutionnew window
1.5 to 2 Hours
Administrators, Department Chairs, Full-time Faculty, Staff, Temp w/ Benefits Part-time Credit and WDCE Faculty, Casual Temporary and Student Workers Participants will learn the definition of antiracism and how to raise awareness and embrace our role as we shift our college culture by providing access to resources, updating policy and procedures, hiring and retention of employees and enable academic excellence for marginalized populations.

In-person class Available Now

E-learning class
Available January 2023

6/30/23
Performance Management
1 Hour
Administrators, Department Chairs, and Supervisors N/A During this hour class leaders will learn principles of performance coaching and how to use performance management to drive organizational goals.

Zoom class

Available January 2023

6/30/23