Jan. 20, 2022 — The UF College of Medicine human resources department is partnering with UF Training and Organizational Development to offer HR101 — a popular course that fills up quickly — to all College of Medicine faculty, staff and affiliates.
Enrollment is still available for two sessions this spring, with more potentially being added in the future.
The virtual courses will be taught by College of Medicine human resources director Kevin Clarke, Ed.D., and will count as credit toward official Training and Organizational Development transcripts.
HR101 provides a practical introduction and guide to fair and legal employment practices at UF. This course is ideal for individuals interested in human resources, serving in supervisory positions or interested in becoming a supervisor.
Employees who attend this class will come away with a better understanding of the following principles:
- Understanding how laws, regulations and other factors influence how employment of individuals is framed
- Understanding how application of laws and regulations can affect the workplace
- Understanding the basic information surrounding the lifecycle of employment from recruiting to separation of employment
- Provide resources for all basic human resources issues at UF
This session counts as a “core course” in the Supervisory Challenge series and is part of the Pro3 series.
These sessions are being reserved for college faculty and staff only. To register, the following information must be sent to Jennifer Munroe at email@example.com: first and last name, UFID, department and date of session.
The dates and times of the scheduled Zoom sessions are as follows:
- Tuesday, March 1, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
- Wednesday, April 20, from 1-4 p.m.
“We encourage faculty and staff to take advantage of this opportunity to enhance their knowledge of human resources and advance their professional development by participating in a deeper dive to understand College of Medicine’s HR practices and how they align with the college’s strategic plan,” Clarke said.