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The Office of Human Resources is pleased to offer a blended learning program, offering both facilitator-led and virtual workshops to Faculty and Staff. Onsite workshops will be facilitated by APSU’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provider Optum, and virtual workshops can be accessed via Lynda.com, soon to be re-branded LinkedIn Learning.


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Upcoming Workshops

If you’re on a quest to deliver the best product you can as efficiently as possible, this presentation is for you. This program addresses the foundation of process improvement, approaches, tools and practice opportunities.

Program highlights:

  • Identify the components of a process
  • Differentiate between core and support processes
  • Determine the criteria for launching process improvement projects
  • Recognize key process improvement principles
  • Apply a variety of useful process improvement tools

Wednesday 10/17, Morgan University Center - Room 312

9:00am - 10:00am - Register Now

11:00am - 12:00pm - Register Now

Please join APSU's own Stephanie Taylor, Director of IT Security, and Dr. Joseph Elarde, Associate Professor for Computer Science and Information Technology, for an October National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NSCAM) event, open to anyone and everyone in the APSU community.


Overview: Using Halloween as a backdrop, Ms. Taylor and Dr. Elarde will present practical tools and techniques in a fun and interactive environment to give you simple but effective ways to stay safe in a dangerous cyber world.  It’s easy to be frightened and not know what to do when you are bombarded with the news of yet more sophisticated cyber threats and attacks every day.   But protecting your personal data from malicious use is more important than ever.  Says NCSAM: “The Internet is a shared resource, and securing it is our shared responsibility”.  This means it takes all of us working together to keep the Internet safe and to thwart the “bad guys” from stealing valuable personal information.   So bring your lunch if you’d like, and prepare to have fun while learning how to stay safe online.  And refreshments will be served!


Tuesday 10/23, Morgan University Center - Ballroom

Presentation: 11:00am - 12:00pm

Questions & Refreshments: 12:00pm - 12:30pm 

No registration required.


Communication is an important skill to develop, but not many people understand why it is so important to communicate together. This class is applicable to parents, spouses, partners, colleagues and bosses. It explains why better communication can enhance our lives by teaching us new things. This is an interactive class in which participants will get to practice the techniques that are taught.

Program highlights:

  • Conflict communication
  • Tough topics
  • Communication during change
  • Communicating as a leader
  • Communicating with technology

Wednesday 10/24, Morgan University Center - Room 312

9:00am - 10:00am -  Register Now

11:00am - 12:00pm - Register Now

If you haven’t looked for a job within the last five years, you may not know that the entire job search process is completely different. Consequently, the role of the resume is different. In this class we’ll learn how to create the “new resume,” a suite of documents in print and online that establishes you and your “brand.”

Program highlights:

  • New role of the resume
  • A suite of documents
  • Think like a hiring manager
  • Resume formats
  • Do’s and don’ts
  • How to distribute your resume

Friday 10/26, Morgan University Center - Room 306

9:00am – 10:00am –  Register Now

11:00am – 12:00pm – Register Now

QPR training is designed to detect persons who are in the thinking or ideational phase of a suicide plan. Participants in the training will be able to recognize someone at risk for suicide, demonstrate increased knowledge of intervention skills, and describe knowledge of referral resources and how to refer someone to help.


Wednesday 11/13, Morgan University Center - Room 308

12:00pm - 1:00pm


Learn to use Lynda for work skills training and your professional and personal development.

Date/Time:  Anytime by request.  Contact Marian Perron at X 6295

AI Pro provides access to training on critical issues facing higher education.  Any APSU faculty or staff member can participate in webinars and utilize the training library for free.  Discounts are also offered on conference registrations and CD-ROM recordings. Use your APSU email address and the code AIPRO_AA9A86 to log in to the dashboard.  Check out AI Pro now and take advantage of everything this valuable membership has to offer!


Date/Time:  Anytime by request.  Contact Marian Perron at X 6295