Welcome to Spring 2019 Professional Development Week!
Spring Professional Development Week will take place January 28 - February 1, 2019. All COC employees are invited to participate. The Faculty Professional Development Committee has designed a comprehensive program of workshops that focuses on the theme:
Choose Your own adventure!
CANCELLATION NOTICE: WORKSHOP #446s lEARN TO DRAW! dRAWING AND COMPOSITION FOR THE NON-ARTIST SCHEDULED TO TAKE PLACE ON FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1ST, HAS BEEN CANCELLED.
WORKSHOP RESCHEDULE NOTICE: Workshop #415S Save a Life! First Aid/CPR/AED Training scheduled to take place on Tuesday, January 29th, has been moved to two Fridays - March 1 & 8, 2019 from 1:00 - 4:00pm each day. Attendance on both days is required.
WORKSHOP RESCHEDULE NOTICE: Workshop #424S We May Not Love It, But Here It Is: The Student Centered Funding Formula scheduled to take place on Tuesday, January 29th, has been moved to Monday, January 28th, from 3:00 - 4:30pm in HSLH 232.
CANCELLATION NOTICE: Workshop #432S Horror and Cultural Appropriation: The Americanizing of Scares scheduled to take place on Wednesday, January 30th, from 1:00 - 2:00pm has been cancelled.
Upcoming FLEX WEEK DATES:
The Faculty Professional Development Committee recognizes that our own faculty and staff are the best source of knowledge and information on a variety of topics, and encourages individuals to submit workshop proposals for the Spring semester. The workshop proposal process is completely online, and the proposal form can be accessed online at www.mylearningplan.com (please see the "forms" section). You are invited submit a workshop proposal that addresses one of the following District strategic goals:
- Teaching and Learning
- Student Support
- Cultural Diversity
- Institutional Advancement
- Institutional Effectiveness
- Technological Advancement
- Leadership Development
- Campus Climate
If you have any questions about submitting a proposal for the FLEX program, please contact Leslie Carr at firstname.lastname@example.org or at campus extension 3100.
About the Professional Development Program…
How is success measured?
At College of the Canyons, success is measured using the twelve district-wide strategic goals of Teaching and Learning, Student Services, Cultural Diversity, Human Resources, Institutional Advancement, Institutional Effectiveness, Financial Stability, Technological Advancement, Physical Resources, Innovation, Campus Climate and Leadership. The Professional Development program aligns all offerings and activities with these established goals to ensure a meaningful and comprehensive program that is focused on achieving defined outcomes through the training of our most valuable resource, our employees.
College of the Canyons is committed to developing our employees to their fullest potential through the numerous training opportunities offered throughout the entire year as part of the Professional Development program. The importance of the Professional Development program and the District’s commitment is clearly defined in the College’s strategic plan, and is given full support by the Board of Trustees and Chancellor Dr. Dianne G. Van Hook. All faculty and staff are encouraged to develop an annual personal professional development plan, and engage in training that will assist them in meeting their professional development goals.