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Training Classes and Events

STATEMENT OF PURPOSE AND MISSION

"Our purpose is to be a team of passionate educators dedicated to teaching and learning."

"Our mission is to provide quality training and development opportunities in the areas of Professional Development, Personal Growth, and Family Enrichment. We accomplish this through strategic planning and effective communication while welcoming diversity and building relationships."

Please feel free to contact any of the members of our learning and development staff, or call 817-272-5554.

Bullet. Eunice Currie, Assistant Vice President for Human Resources Management and Development
Bullet. Vanden Thong, Training Specialist

Do you have a suggestion for a future training class? We would enjoy hearing from you! Please email your ideas to HRTraining@uta.edu.

If you discover that you will not be able to attend a class for which you have registered, please call (817) 272-5554, or email HRTraining@uta.edu.


List of Classes and Events

Descriptions & Registration

To register for a class(es), select the checkbox at the end of the class description. Once you have selected all the classes, enter your NetID and password, and click the "Register Now" button at the bottom of the page.
Advanced Supervisory Skills (T) - (PD-AdvSupSkills)
Location:   Wetsel Service Center ,  Room:  200
Dates:   Tuesday, May 8, 2018
Times:   2:00 PM  -  4:00 PM
Instructed by:  Vanden Thong
This course is a continuation of the discussion that for many began in our Fundamental Skills for Supervisors class. Participants will revisit the four points of supervision and use role-play and dialogue to explore each point at a deeper level.
Prerequisite class: Fundamental Skills for Supervisors class
Register for Advanced Supervisory Skills (T)

Charting Your Course: A Financial Guide for Women - (FINANCE010)
Location:   RADY ROOM #610 NEDDERMAN HALL ,  Room:  610
Dates:   Tuesday, Apr 10, 2018
Times:   2:00 PM  -  3:00 PM
Instructed by:  Sponsor: TIAA
Explore the financial challenges unique to women. Get tailored approaches to saving for retirement, goal setting, evaluating your financial health, and making your money work harder for you.
If you have questions, please contact Yvette Rodriguez at yvette@uta.edu or Gail Greene at gail.greene@uta. edu. To View UTA Campus Map, please Click Here.
NOTE: Light refreshments will be provided.
Join the waiting list for Charting Your Course: A Financial Guide for Women

Conducting Effective Meetings (AP) - (PD-Meeting)
Location:   Wetsel Service Center ,  Room:  200
Dates:   Wednesday, May 30, 2018
Times:   2:00 PM  -  4:00 PM
Instructed by:  Vanden Thong
There are very few people who actually like to sit in meetings. However, meetings are necessary part of team and organizational management. This course is designed to explore the basic keys to conducting effective meetings that will help your team get the right information and then get the job done. Participants will learn how to plan and prepare for meetings and uncover the elements that make a meeting a success.
Register for Conducting Effective Meetings (AP)

Dealing Effectively with Conflict and Confrontations (8) - (PD-CONM200)
Location:   Wetsel Service Center ,  Room:  200
Dates:   Tuesday, Apr 17, 2018
Times:   1:30 PM  -  3:30 PM
Instructed by:  Vanden Thong
A basic introduction to managing conflict and improving skills to reduce conflict for win-win results. Learn how to diffuse conflict in the workplace and in our personal life. The skills learned in this session will empower you to handle crisis situations in a more effective manner.
Register for Dealing Effectively with Conflict and Confrontations (8)

Developing Assertive Communication Skills (8) (AP) - (PD-ASSERTCOM)
Location:   Wetsel Service Center ,  Room:  200
Dates:   Wednesday, May 9, 2018
Times:   2:00 PM  -  4:00 PM
Instructed by:  Vanden Thong
Do you struggle to find the right words in a conversation? Do you find yourself not being able to get your point across? Now is your opportunity to learn the skills that can empower you to speak clearly and effectively. Participants will learn about communication styles, non-verbal communication, and additional keys to communication that will educate and empower. Learn powerful tools for assertiveness to help you deal with conflict at all levels in the organization and discover techniques on how to be an assertive communicator. You will also explore the differences between being passive, aggressive and assertive. In addition, you will assess your areas of strength and growth in this critical skill.
Register for Developing Assertive Communication Skills (8) (AP)

Effective Delegation (T) - (PD-Delegate)
Location:   Wetsel Service Center ,  Room:  101 (Employment Services Conference Room)
Dates:   Friday, Jun 15, 2018
Times:   9:00 AM  -  11:00 AM
Instructed by:  Vanden Thong
Discover the essential skills to effectively manage projects ... and bring out the best in your team. Successful managers and supervisors are the ones who learn how to delegate effectively. They know there's no better resource than a fully functioning and dedicated team. This great course can help you take control of your projects and priorities. Learn practical tips and specific steps to boost productivity maximize teamwork, and meet deadlines.
Join the waiting list for Effective Delegation (T)

Food for Thought - The Truth GMOs: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly - (PG-Food)
Location:   Maverick Activities Center (MAC) ,  Room:  Upstairs Lounge
Dates:   Wednesday, Apr 4, 2018
Times:   12:00 PM  -  1:00 PM
Instructed by:  Stacie Ellis, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist
Learn what science states about GMO foods. Is it as harmful as people think? What are the benefits of having GMO crops? What are the potential problems with GMO foods? What are the ethical debates regarding it?
You are welcome to bring a lunch. Bring a friend or a co-worker and enjoy some great information! If you have questions, please contact Jeremy Roden at jroden@uta.edu. Visit Campus Recreation for more information. To View UTA Campus Map, please Click Here.
Register for Food for Thought - The Truth GMOs: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

Food for Thought: Cardio Benefits of Various Training Modes and Stress Mgmt Mechanisms... - (PG-Food)
Location:   Maverick Activities Center (MAC) ,  Room:  Upstairs Lounge
Dates:   Wednesday, Mar 7, 2018
Times:   12:00 PM  -  1:00 PM
Instructed by:  Christopher Woolen, Lifelong Learner of Health and Fitness
The college environment poses threats to the onset of cardiovascular disease by way of various stress factors not limited to coursework. These factors include social belonging, financial and time constraints. With varying stress factors unique to college students, come solutions introduced by the college environment. This talk covers exercise, education and stress management as remedies and the role the college environment plays in stress heart health. The modes of exercise discussed will consist of aerobic, moderate and high exercise intensity.
You are welcome to bring a lunch. Bring a friend or a co-worker and enjoy some great information! If you have questions, please contact Jeremy Roden at jroden@uta.edu. Visit Campus Recreation for more information. To View UTA Campus Map, please Click Here.
Register for Food for Thought: Cardio Benefits of Various Training Modes and Stress Mgmt Mechanisms...

Fundamental Skills for Supervisors and Managers (T) (AP) - (PD-BSUPSKL)
Location:   Wetsel Service Center ,  Room:  200
Dates:   Wednesday, May 23, 2018
Times:   2:00 PM  -  4:00 PM
Instructed by:  Vanden Thong
This course deals with the essential skills and knowledge for supervisors and mangers. Participants will learn best practices for communication, coaching, dealing with difficult employees, and performance enhancement.
Register for Fundamental Skills for Supervisors and Managers (T) (AP)

Is TRS Enough? - (FINANCE007)
Location:   Nedderman Hall ,  Room:  601 (Rady Room)
Dates:   Friday, Apr 6, 2018
Times:   9:00 AM  -  10:00 AM
Instructed by:  Sponsor: Lincoln Financial
Are you wondering if you can rely on your TRS? Is it enough? This seminar will provide more information about the differences between the TRS benefit and ORP program. All UT plan eligible employees may find this seminar beneficial.
If you have questions, please contact Yvette Rodriguez at yvette@uta.edu or Gail Greene at gail.greene@uta. edu. To View UTA Campus Map, please Click Here.
NOTE: Breakfast will be provided.
Join the waiting list for Is TRS Enough?

Leadership Skills for Supervisors (T) - (PD-LeadSup)
Location:   Wetsel Service Center ,  Room:  200
Dates:   Tuesday, May 15, 2018
Times:   2:00 PM  -  4:00 PM
Instructed by:  Vanden Thong
This course is designed to provide supervisors with the information that will help them to become effective leaders in the workplace. We will explore different leadership styles how to bring out the best leader in you.
Register for Leadership Skills for Supervisors (T)

Managing Projects & Making Decisions (AP) - (PD-ProjDec)
Location:   Wetsel Service Center ,  Room:  101 (Employment Services Conference Room)
Dates:   Thursday, Apr 19, 2018
Times:   9:00 AM  -  11:00 AM
Instructed by:  Vanden Thong
Today's fast-paced global business environment requires professionals to work with tight deadlines and stringent expectations. This seminar is designed to help you develop strategies to successfully manage projects and effectively make decisions. You will explore the tools for enhancing creativity and brainstorming solutions. Participants are invited to bring an in-depth problem for the class to discuss.
Register for Managing Projects & Making Decisions (AP)

Managing Stress in the Workplace (AP) - (PG-STRS100)
Location:   Wetsel Service Center ,  Room:  101 (Employment Services Conference Room)
Dates:   Wednesday, Apr 11, 2018
Times:   9:00 AM  -  11:00 AM
Instructed by:  Vanden Thong
Is stress affecting how you function at work or at home? Stress is normal and sometimes even necessary. How you handle stress makes all the difference. Learn what stress is and how to identify and understand it. In addition, discover how to identify your sources of your stress.
Register for Managing Stress in the Workplace (AP)

Maverick 101: New Employee Orientation - (MAV101-NEO)
Location:   University Center ,  Room:  Carlisle Suite
Dates:   Wednesday, Mar 7, 2018
Times:   9:00 AM  -  12:00 PM
This class is designed to help new employees get to know the basics of what it means to "Be A Maverick" and to assist current faculty and staff connect with the pulse of the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA). Faculty and staff will receive an overview of resources available on campus and become familiar with core policies and procedures governing UTA.
A light breakfast will be available before our morning presentation.
SPECIAL NOTICE: The session is located in UNIVERSITY CENTER, ROOM: CARLISLE SUITE. Please enter your vehicle's information to use the designated parking spot - Register Vehicle.
Register for Maverick 101: New Employee Orientation

Maverick 101: New Employee Orientation - (MAV101-NEO)
Location:   University Center ,  Room:  Guadalupe
Dates:   Wednesday, Apr 4, 2018
Times:   9:00 AM  -  12:00 PM
This class is designed to help new employees get to know the basics of what it means to "Be A Maverick" and to assist current faculty and staff connect with the pulse of the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA). Faculty and staff will receive an overview of resources available on campus and become familiar with core policies and procedures governing UTA.
A light breakfast will be available before our morning presentation.
SPECIAL NOTICE: The session is located in UNIVERSITY CENTER, ROOM: GUADALUPE. Please enter your vehicle's information to use the designated parking spot - Register Vehicle.
Register for Maverick 101: New Employee Orientation

Maverick 101: New Employee Orientation - (MAV101-NEO)
Location:   University Center ,  Room:  Guadalupe
Dates:   Wednesday, May 2, 2018
Times:   9:00 AM  -  12:00 PM
This class is designed to help new employees get to know the basics of what it means to "Be A Maverick" and to assist current faculty and staff connect with the pulse of the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA). Faculty and staff will receive an overview of resources available on campus and become familiar with core policies and procedures governing UTA.
A light breakfast will be available before our morning presentation.
SPECIAL NOTICE: The session is located in UNIVERSITY CENTER, ROOM: GUADALUPE. Please enter your vehicle's information to use the designated parking spot - Register Vehicle.
Register for Maverick 101: New Employee Orientation

Maverick 101: New Employee Orientation - (MAV101-NEO)
Location:   University Center ,  Room:  Carlisle Suite
Dates:   Wednesday, Jun 6, 2018
Times:   9:00 AM  -  12:00 PM
This class is designed to help new employees get to know the basics of what it means to "Be A Maverick" and to assist current faculty and staff connect with the pulse of the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA). Faculty and staff will receive an overview of resources available on campus and become familiar with core policies and procedures governing UTA.
A light breakfast will be available before our morning presentation.
SPECIAL NOTICE: The session is located in UNIVERSITY CENTER, ROOM: CARLISLE SUITE. Please enter your vehicle's information to use the designated parking spot - Register Vehicle.
Register for Maverick 101: New Employee Orientation

Maverick 101: New Employee Orientation - (MAV101-NEO)
Location:   Pickard Hall ,  Room:  554
Dates:   Wednesday, Jul 11, 2018
Times:   9:00 AM  -  12:00 PM
This class is designed to help new employees get to know the basics of what it means to "Be A Maverick" and to assist current faculty and staff connect with the pulse of the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA). Faculty and staff will receive an overview of resources available on campus and become familiar with core policies and procedures governing UTA.
A light breakfast will be available before our morning presentation.
SPECIAL NOTICE: The session is located in PICKARD HALL, ROOM: 554. Please enter your vehicle's information to use the designated parking spot - Register Vehicle.
Register for Maverick 101: New Employee Orientation

Maverick 101: New Employee Orientation - (MAV101-NEO)
Location:   Pickard Hall ,  Room:  554
Dates:   Wednesday, Aug 1, 2018
Times:   9:00 AM  -  12:00 PM
This class is designed to help new employees get to know the basics of what it means to "Be A Maverick" and to assist current faculty and staff connect with the pulse of the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA). Faculty and staff will receive an overview of resources available on campus and become familiar with core policies and procedures governing UTA.
A light breakfast will be available before our morning presentation.
SPECIAL NOTICE: The session is located in PICKARD HALL, ROOM: 554. Please enter your vehicle's information to use the designated parking spot - Register Vehicle.
Register for Maverick 101: New Employee Orientation

Maverick 101: New Employee Orientation - (MAV101-NEO)
Location:   UNIVERSITY CENTER ,  Room:  CARLISLE SUITE
Dates:   Wednesday, Sep 5, 2018
Times:   9:00 AM  -  12:00 PM
This class is designed to help new employees get to know the basics of what it means to "Be A Maverick" and to assist current faculty and staff connect with the pulse of the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA). Faculty and staff will receive an overview of resources available on campus and become familiar with core policies and procedures governing UTA.
A light breakfast will be available before our morning presentation.
SPECIAL NOTICE: The session is located in UNIVERSITY CENTER, ROOM: CARLISLE SUITE. Please enter your vehicle's information to use the designated parking spot - Register Vehicle.
Register for Maverick 101: New Employee Orientation

Maverick 101: New Employee Orientation - (MAV101-NEO)
Location:   University Center ,  Room:  Guadalupe
Dates:   Wednesday, Oct 3, 2018
Times:   9:00 AM  -  12:00 PM
This class is designed to help new employees get to know the basics of what it means to "Be A Maverick" and to assist current faculty and staff connect with the pulse of the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA). Faculty and staff will receive an overview of resources available on campus and become familiar with core policies and procedures governing UTA.
A light breakfast will be available before our morning presentation.
SPECIAL NOTICE: The session is located in UNIVERSITY CENTER, ROOM: GUADALUPE. Please enter your vehicle's information to use the designated parking spot - Register Vehicle.
Register for Maverick 101: New Employee Orientation

Maverick 101: New Employee Orientation - (MAV101-NEO)
Location:   University Center ,  Room:  Guadalupe
Dates:   Wednesday, Nov 7, 2018
Times:   9:00 AM  -  12:00 PM
This class is designed to help new employees get to know the basics of what it means to "Be A Maverick" and to assist current faculty and staff connect with the pulse of the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA). Faculty and staff will receive an overview of resources available on campus and become familiar with core policies and procedures governing UTA.
A light breakfast will be available before our morning presentation.
SPECIAL NOTICE: The session is located in UNIVERSITY CENTER, ROOM: GUADALUPE. Please enter your vehicle's information to use the designated parking spot - Register Vehicle.
Register for Maverick 101: New Employee Orientation

Maverick 101: New Employee Orientation - (MAV101-NEO)
Location:   University Center ,  Room:  Carlisle Suite
Dates:   Wednesday, Dec 5, 2018
Times:   9:00 AM  -  12:00 PM
This class is designed to help new employees get to know the basics of what it means to "Be A Maverick" and to assist current faculty and staff connect with the pulse of the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA). Faculty and staff will receive an overview of resources available on campus and become familiar with core policies and procedures governing UTA.
A light breakfast will be available before our morning presentation.
SPECIAL NOTICE: The session is located in UNIVERSITY CENTER, ROOM: CARLISLE SUITE. Please enter your vehicle's information to use the designated parking spot - Register Vehicle.
Register for Maverick 101: New Employee Orientation

Maverick Service Excellence: Total Service Experience-SECT 4 Dealing with Difficult People - (MSESEC4)
Location:   Wetsel Service Center ,  Room:  200
Dates:   Wednesday, Mar 28, 2018
Times:   2:00 PM  -  4:00 PM
Instructed by:  Maverick Service Excellence Certified Trainer(s)
Maverick Service Excellence: The Total Service Experience is a strategic university wide initiative to incorporate excellent service values that will benefit UTA and the communities we serve. The five program topics are the following: SECTION 1-Building Customer Rapport and Goodwill; SECTION 2-How to Communicate with Your Customer; SECTION 3-Handling Problems and Complaints; SECTION 4-Dealing Effectively With Difficult People; and SECTION 5-Project a Positive, Professional Image. This class is highly interactive and includes small group and class discussions, exercises and action planning.
Register for Maverick Service Excellence: Total Service Experience-SECT 4 Dealing with Difficult People

Maverick Service Excellence: Total Service Experience-SECT 5 Project a Positive Professional Image - (MSESEC5)
Location:   Wetsel Service Center ,  Room:  200
Dates:   Wednesday, Feb 28, 2018
Times:   2:00 PM  -  4:00 PM
Instructed by:  Maverick Service Excellence Certified Trainer(s)
Maverick Service Excellence: The Total Service Experience is a strategic university wide initiative to incorporate excellent service values that will benefit UTA and the communities we serve. The five program topics are the following: SECTION 1-Building Customer Rapport and Goodwill; SECTION 2-How to Communicate with Your Customer; SECTION 3-Handling Problems and Complaints; SECTION 4-Dealing Effectively With Difficult People; and SECTION 5-Project a Positive, Professional Image. This class is highly interactive and includes small group and class discussions, exercises and action planning.
Join the waiting list for Maverick Service Excellence: Total Service Experience-SECT 5 Project a Positive Professional Image

Maverick Service Excellence: Total Service Experience-SECT 5 Project a Positive Professional Image - (MSESEC5)
Location:   Pickard Hall ,  Room:  549
Dates:   Tuesday, Mar 6, 2018
Times:   10:00 AM  -  12:00 PM
Instructed by:  Maverick Service Excellence Certified Trainer(s)
Maverick Service Excellence: The Total Service Experience is a strategic university wide initiative to incorporate excellent service values that will benefit UTA and the communities we serve. The five program topics are the following: SECTION 1-Building Customer Rapport and Goodwill; SECTION 2-How to Communicate with Your Customer; SECTION 3-Handling Problems and Complaints; SECTION 4-Dealing Effectively With Difficult People; and SECTION 5-Project a Positive, Professional Image. This class is highly interactive and includes small group and class discussions, exercises and action planning.
Join the waiting list for Maverick Service Excellence: Total Service Experience-SECT 5 Project a Positive Professional Image

Maverick Service Excellence: Total Service Experience-SECT 5 Project a Positive Professional Image - (MSESEC5)
Location:   Wetsel Service Center ,  Room:  200
Dates:   Wednesday, Mar 14, 2018
Times:   2:00 PM  -  4:00 PM
Instructed by:  Maverick Service Excellence Certified Trainer(s)
Maverick Service Excellence: The Total Service Experience is a strategic university wide initiative to incorporate excellent service values that will benefit UTA and the communities we serve. The five program topics are the following: SECTION 1-Building Customer Rapport and Goodwill; SECTION 2-How to Communicate with Your Customer; SECTION 3-Handling Problems and Complaints; SECTION 4-Dealing Effectively With Difficult People; and SECTION 5-Project a Positive, Professional Image. This class is highly interactive and includes small group and class discussions, exercises and action planning.
Register for Maverick Service Excellence: Total Service Experience-SECT 5 Project a Positive Professional Image

Motivating Your Employees (T) - (PD-MOTIVE)
Location:   Wetsel Service Center ,  Room:  200
Dates:   Wednesday, Jun 20, 2018
Times:   2:00 PM  -  4:00 PM
Instructed by:  Vanden Thong
Course participants will learn how to motivate employees to a higher state of productivity and create a work environment that is beneficial to everyone and assists the department at getting the job done.
Register for Motivating Your Employees (T)

Partnering with Your Boss (AP) - (PD-Partner)
Location:   Wetsel Service Center ,  Room:  101 (Employment Services Conference Room)
Dates:   Thursday, May 17, 2018
Times:   9:00 AM  -  11:00 AM
Instructed by:  Vanden Thong
As an administrative assistant, your success depends upon effectively partnering with your boss. You are often called upon to communicate, plan, organize, negotiate and participate in decision-making at very high levels. This course is specially designed to help you learn goal setting, prioritizing, planning, decision making, relationship building and listening. You will return to work with a better understanding of what partnering with your boss entails and a greater ability to support your organizations goals from your position as a secretary, executive secretary or member of the administrative support staff.
Register for Partnering with Your Boss (AP)

Preserving Your Savings for Future Generations - (FINANCE006)
Location:   Engineering Research Building (ERB) ,  Room:  228
Dates:   Friday, Mar 9, 2018
Times:   12:00 PM  -  1:00 PM
Instructed by:  Sponsor: Fidelity Investments
Learn the importance of beneficiary designations, gifting, and insurance replacement strategies. This seminar will provide you with an overview of estate planning, living will and healthcare proxy, and different forms of trusts.
If you have questions, please contact Yvette Rodriguez at yvette@uta.edu or Gail Greene at gail.greene@uta. edu. To View UTA Campus Map, please Click Here.
NOTE: Lunch will be provided.
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Retirement Income Strategies - (FINANCE008)
Location:   Nedderman Hall ,  Room:  601 (Rady Room)
Dates:   Friday, Apr 6, 2018
Times:   12:30 PM  -  1:30 PM
Instructed by:  Sponsor: VALIC
Do you have an accurate picture of the new retirement realities? If you have a hazy image of your retirement years, attend this seminar to learn about the essentials of income planning. Get ready to retire with confidence by confronting the five risks associated with retirement: longevity, healthcare, inflation, investment, and withdrawal.
If you have questions, please contact Yvette Rodriguez at yvette@uta.edu or Gail Greene at gail.greene@uta. edu. To View UTA Campus Map, please Click Here.
NOTE: Lunch will be provided.
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Retirement Strategies for Women - (FINANCE001)
Location:   Engineering Research Building (ERB) (Lunch will be provided) ,  Room:  228
Dates:   Friday, Mar 30, 2018
Times:   11:00 AM  -  12:30 PM
Class Days:   Friday
Instructed by:  Ava Overman - VALIC Financial Advisors, Inc.
Learn how to overcome the financial hurdles specific to women, and get ready to plan and invest for the future. This seminar addresses the importance of having a personal plan, a sound strategy, and a consistent approach to saving.
If you have questions, please contact Yvette Rodriguez at yvette@uta.edu or Gail Greene at gail.greene@uta.edu. To View UTA Campus Map, please Click Here.
For questions, please contact either: * Yvette Rodriguez at 2-5568 or yvette@uta.edu or * Gail Green at 2-5090 or gail.green@uta.edu
Register for Retirement Strategies for Women

Retirement Strategies for Women - (FINANCE001)
Location:   Engineering Research Building (ERB) (Lunch will be provided) ,  Room:  228
Dates:   Friday, Mar 30, 2018  -  Friday, Mar 30, 2018
Times:   1:00 PM  -  2:30 PM
Class Days:   Friday
Instructed by:  Ava Overman - VALIC Financial Advisors, Inc.
Learn how to overcome the financial hurdles specific to women, and get ready to plan and invest for the future. This seminar addresses the importance of having a personal plan, a sound strategy, and a consistent approach to saving.
If you have questions, please contact Yvette Rodriguez at yvette@uta.edu or Gail Greene at gail.greene@uta.edu. To View UTA Campus Map, please Click Here.
For questions, please contact: * Gail Green at 2-5090 or gail.greene@uta.edu or * Yvette Rodriguez at 2-5568 or yvette@uta.edu
Register for Retirement Strategies for Women

Save for Your Goals with Smart Budgeting - (FINANCE011)
Location:   THE RADY ROOM #610 NEDDERMAN HALL ,  Room:  610
Dates:   Thursday, May 3, 2018
Times:   9:00 AM  -  10:00 AM
Instructed by:  Sponsor: VOYA
This HOW TO seminar provides you with basic strategies of living within a household budget and allows you to manage your finances more effectively. Learn about setting short-term and long-term goals and balancing your income and expenses. Gain practical tips on cutting expenses, controlling debt, and using credit to help boost FICO scores.
If you have questions, please contact Yvette Rodriguez at yvette@uta.edu or Gail Greene at gail.greene@uta. edu. To View UTA Campus Map, please Click Here.
NOTE: Breakfast will be provided.
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Social Security - It Pays to Know - (FINANCE009)
Location:   Nedderman Hall ,  Room:  601 (Rady Room)
Dates:   Tuesday, Apr 10, 2018
Times:   12:00 PM  -  1:00 PM
Instructed by:  Sponsor: VOYA
When and how you take your Social Security benefit can be one of the most important financial decisions you will make during your lifetime. It pays to get it right. If you have begun thinking about when you want to take Social Security, this seminar can help you move forward. Attend this seminar to learn the basics of Social Security and understand how the program works.
If you have questions, please contact Yvette Rodriguez at yvette@uta.edu or Gail Greene at gail.greene@uta. edu. To View UTA Campus Map, please Click Here.
NOTE: Lunch will be provided.
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Team Building for Supervisors (T) - (PG-TBLD)
Location:   Wetsel Service Center ,  Room:  200
Dates:   Friday, May 25, 2018
Times:   1:30 PM  -  3:30 PM
Instructed by:  Vanden Thong
Whether you are a team member or a supervisor, knowing how to build a team and understanding the various stages of team development is important. As a manager, the relationship you have with your employees can motivate them, guide them, or discourage them. As a team member, your communication and interaction with others cultivates your team atmosphere. This class is intended to help you examine your teams development and offer strategies for leading and influencing your team positively throughout the different stages.
Register for Team Building for Supervisors (T)

The Art of Listening (8) (AP) - (PD-Listen)
Location:   Wetsel Service Center ,  Room:  200
Dates:   Friday, Apr 27, 2018
Times:   2:00 PM  -  4:00 PM
Instructed by:  Vanden Thong
Although most people believe they are good listeners, most people only really listen to a small portion of a conversation. If you have the desire to become a good listener, then this course if for you. Participants will learn the basics of good listening as well as tips for identifying listening style and how get them most out of a face-to-face conversation.
Register for The Art of Listening (8) (AP)

Time Management: Keys to Everyday Office Success (8) - (PD-TMNG)
Location:   Wetsel Service Center ,  Room:  200
Dates:   Tuesday, Jun 12, 2018
Times:   2:00 PM  -  4:00 PM
Instructed by:  Vanden Thong
If your office is a mess and you are drowning in your to-do list, then this class is for you. Participants will learn how backlogs happen, how to manage paperwork, how to eliminate clutter, and discover the benefits of organization.
Register for Time Management: Keys to Everyday Office Success (8)

Who Needs a Will? Probably, YOU! - (FIN008)
Location:   Nedderman Hall (NH) ,  Room:  Rady Room (601)
Dates:   Thursday, Mar 15, 2018
Times:   12:00 PM  -  1:00 PM
Class Days:   Thursday
Instructed by:  Kurt Barley, Sr. Dir. for Gift & Estate Planning, Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy (Candidate)
Instructor: Kurt Bartley, Sr. Dir. For Gift & Estate Planning, Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy (Candidate) Sponsor: UTA Development and Alumni Relations Are you under the impression that you don't need a will? Do you have a listing of everything (home, vehicles, real estate, investment & retirement accounts, etc.) you own? Who decides what to give to whom? YOU do if you have a will, a plan. Do you have a current will? Life changes quickly. Don't leave a mess. Leave a legacy! Learn how to create, or update, your will, your plan. Ideally, YOU would like to leave the world a better place for your loved ones. YOU can if you plan!
If you have questions, please contact Yvette Rodriguez at yvette@uta.edu or Gail Greene at gail.greene@uta. edu. To View UTA Campus Map, please check the "Maps" link from the main web page. NOTE: Lunch will be provided.
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Writing Effective E-Mails (8) (AP) - (PD-EMAIL)
Location:   Wetsel Service Center ,  Room:  200
Dates:   Tuesday, Mar 20, 2018
Times:   2:00 PM  -  4:00 PM
Instructed by:  Vanden Thong
Email has become an essential communication tool for most individuals and organizations. It is essential that you identify and learn all of the basics of email communication as well as all of the dangers of email communication. In this course, participants will learn the keys to effective e-mails as well as proper cyber manners and how to avoid email overload.
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Writing Effective Performance Reviews - Experienced (T)(AP) - (LA-PERFWER2)
Location:   Wetsel Service Center ,  Room:  200
Dates:   Wednesday, Mar 7, 2018
Times:   10:30 AM  -  12:30 PM
Instructed by:  Gail Greene
The most successful managers create an environment where employees know what is expected of them, how they are performing and contributing to the university, and what development opportunities exist for them to improve performance or prepare for a new role. This course provides a refresher of the performance management process and a review of the new performance review forms and rating scale.
Target Audience: Experienced Managers and Supervisors with direct reports that have experience completing performance reviews or those desiring a review of the new performance review forms and rating scale.
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Writing Effective Performance Reviews - New (T)(AP) - (LA-PERFWER)
Location:   Wetsel Service Center ,  Room:  200
Dates:   Wednesday, Mar 21, 2018
Times:   2:30 PM  -  4:30 PM
Instructed by:  Colin Sanor
The most successful managers create an environment where employees know what is expected of them, how they are performing and contributing to the university, and what development opportunities exist for them to improve performance or prepare for a new role. This course provides an overview of the performance management process and the key components of writing effective performance reviews, as well as a review of the new performance review forms and rating scale.
Target Audience: New Managers and Supervisors with direct reports or those desiring a more detailed review of the performance management process and the key components of writing effective performance reviews, as well as a review of the new performance review forms and rating scale.
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