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UNCW Campus Tour
NEO-102

Join other UNCW employees for a guided walking tour of campus! Tour will last about an hour and a half.



Please meet in front of the amphitheater.


Note: this tour will be cancelled it's if raining on campus at 8:00am on the day of the tour.

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Starts Starts: 6/21/2024 8:30 AM
Sessions Session: 1
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Closed Enrollment
UNCW's Campus Ship Tutorial
UPS-101
This shipping training with Pete Bloodworth, Warehouse Services Manager, is a step-by-step orientation that will help you manage all of your small package and freight shipping needs. More
Starts Starts: 6/24/2024 10:00 AM
Sessions Session: 1
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Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
CTPS101
Critical thinking and Problem-Solving are two of the most valued soft skills in today’s workplace. Invest in your professional development by attending this 2-hour interactive workshop. Facilitator, Melissa Cox, will help you explore the skills, traits, and behaviors needed to critically evaluate problems, find answers, uncover new opportunities, and choose the best solutions. Leave the workshop with a better understanding on how to use these two essential skills. More
Starts Starts: 6/25/2024 10:00 AM
Sessions Session: 1
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EPAF Training
EPAF-101
Department preparers, join this training to learn about EPAF (Electronic Personnel Action Forms). In this technical training, you'll learn how to enter job assignments for temporary employees, including graduate and undergraduate students and temporary SHRA employees.

Note: Please complete the Banner Access Form before you attend training to ensure correct roles are assigned and any delays are avoided. The form can be found at https://uncw.teamdynamix.com/TDClient/1875/Portal/Requests/ServiceDet?ID=42905
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Starts Starts: 6/25/2024 10:00 AM
Sessions Session: 1
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Full Cycle Performance Virtual Training: Basics for New Employees
FCP-101
All new employees are highly encouraged to attend a Full Cycle Performance Workshop within their first 60 days of employment. This interactive training session will orient you to the performance policies, tools, and resources, as well as provide talking points, strategies, and techniques to make the most of the Full Cycle Performance Program as an employee at UNCW. Additional FCP Management resources and training tutorials are available on the HR website. Please reach out to Tessa Lachman if you need additional support. More
Starts Starts: 6/25/2024 1:00 PM
Sessions Session: 1
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Full Cycle Performance Virtual Training: Basics for New Supervisors
FCP-201
This workshop is designed for current and new UNCW managers/supervisors. Supervisors of EHRA non-faculty and/or SHRA employees are encouraged and, in some cases, may be required* to attend a Full Cycle Performance Basics for Supervisors workshop. This interactive training session will orient supervisors to the performance policies, tools, and resources, as well as provide talking points, strategies, and techniques to make the most of the Full Cycle Performance Program. Additional FCP Management resources and training tutorials are available on the HR website. *Per UNC System policy, all newly assigned, hired, or promoted managers/supervisors are required to attend New supervisors are required to attend supervisor’s performance appraisal training within the first three months of the manager/supervisor’s entry into the role. If you are unable to attend a scheduled workshop, please contact Melissa Cox to schedule a training session within your first 90 days. More
Starts Starts: 6/25/2024 2:00 PM
Sessions Session: 1
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Tables, Data Tools & Show Changes
XCL-102
In this intermediate-level course, we learn the fundamentals of creating tables and using data tools in Microsoft Excel. This interactive class uses coauthoring to gain hands-on experience with
  • Table Filters
  • Pivot Tables
  • Text to Columns
  • Data Validation
  • Show Changes
In addition, faculty and staff will be able to:
  1. Transition from Excel on the Web to the Excel desktop application.
  2. Identify visual cues that indicate file location i.e. OneDrive for Business, SharePoint Online or a file stored locally on the device.
  3. Share document links so recipients can see changes and respond in real time.
Please note: All participants should check their version of Office before training begins.
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Starts Starts: 6/25/2024 3:00 PM
Sessions Session: 1
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Staff Volunteer Opportunity!
VOL 101

We are inviting all UNCW Staff to connect with our community and make use of their annually awarded Community Service Leave. This month’s Volunteer Day features Vintage Values at Monkey Junction– Resale Shops to support the Domestic Violence Shelter and Services, Inc.



You can expect to assist with organizing and cleaning merchandise out of the storage units.This is something that can be time-consuming for Vintage Values' current staff so volunteering to assist with this is something they greatly appreciate.



Once you register for this volunteer opportunity will receive a follow-up confirmation email that contains further details on the event.



PLEASE NOTE: Transportation to the location is not provided and you will need to arrange your own travel to their store location. You must also communicate with your supervisor for approval to take part as it may be during standard working hours.


For further details on Domestic Violence Shelter and Services, Inc., please see below:



We provide shelter and ongoing direct services. Services include but are not limited to 24 hour crisis intervention, emergency shelter, advocacy, counseling, information/referral, criminal justice system assistance, emergency transportation, provision of necessities, support and educational groups, and children’s programs.



Our public awareness/prevention programs work toward community collaboration, institutional and social change, and outreach to survivors through in-service trainings for professional service providers, youth prevention programs, participation with partner agencies on councils, the Domestic Violence Advocacy Council, public forums and events, and all forms of media.



Our services are available twenty-four hours a day. Our primary service area is New Hanover County. (Other areas are served as needed.)


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Starts Starts: 6/26/2024 9:00 AM
Sessions Session: 1
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UNCW Supervisors Develop Their Skills (Part 1)
SUP-101
In Part 1 of our Supervisor Development Workshops, we will dive into the following topics:

• UNCW Supervisors are Self-Aware.
• “Vulnerability in Leadership= Superpower”
• UNCW Supervisors Communicate Effectively

Active Learning such as group activities and discussion is a key component of this workshop.

Expectations of Participants:

• Attend all 4 hours (2- 10-minute breaks will be offered)
• Complete pre-assessment which will be emailed.
• Complete post-assessment which will be emailed.

This training will be taken in-person at the Administrative Annex Training Room 1002.
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Starts Starts: 6/26/2024 1:00 PM
Sessions Session: 1
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Cultivating Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace
LTD 104
Emotional intelligence (EI) is a crucial skill set that will empower you to navigate the workplace with empathy, resilience, and effective collaboration techniques.

This engaging course is designed to equip faculty and staff with the tools and insights needed to enhance their emotional intelligence, fostering a positive and collaborative work environment.

Key Learning Objectives:

1. Self-Awareness: Explore and understand personal emotions, strengths, and triggers to enhance self-awareness in professional settings.

2. Self-Regulation: Develop strategies for managing stress, adapting to change, and maintaining composure in challenging situations.

3. Empathy: Enhance interpersonal relationships by practicing the ability to understand and respond to the emotions of others.

4. Motivation: Explore the role of emotional intelligence in effective personal motivation as well as team collaboration.

5. Creating a Positive Work Environment: Understand the impact of emotional intelligence on organizational culture and learn strategies to contribute to a positive and supportive work environment.

*Please be advised that any course that has fewer than 5 participants will be subject to cancellation and will be rescheduled for a later date*
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Starts Starts: 6/27/2024 1:00 PM
Sessions Session: 1
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Full Cycle Performance Virtual Training: Basics for New Employees
FCP-101
All new employees are highly encouraged to attend a Full Cycle Performance Workshop within their first 60 days of employment. This interactive training session will orient you to the performance policies, tools, and resources, as well as provide talking points, strategies, and techniques to make the most of the Full Cycle Performance Program as an employee at UNCW. Additional FCP Management resources and training tutorials are available on the HR website. Please reach out to Tessa Lachman if you need additional support. More
Starts Starts: 7/3/2024 9:00 AM
Sessions Session: 1
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Full Cycle Performance Virtual Training: Basics for New Supervisors
FCP-201
This workshop is designed for current and new UNCW managers/supervisors. Supervisors of EHRA non-faculty and/or SHRA employees are encouraged and, in some cases, may be required* to attend a Full Cycle Performance Basics for Supervisors workshop. This interactive training session will orient supervisors to the performance policies, tools, and resources, as well as provide talking points, strategies, and techniques to make the most of the Full Cycle Performance Program. Additional FCP Management resources and training tutorials are available on the HR website. *Per UNC System policy, all newly assigned, hired, or promoted managers/supervisors are required to attend New supervisors are required to attend supervisor’s performance appraisal training within the first three months of the manager/supervisor’s entry into the role. If you are unable to attend a scheduled workshop, please contact Melissa Cox to schedule a training session within your first 90 days. More
Starts Starts: 7/3/2024 10:00 AM
Sessions Session: 1
Location Location:
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