UTSI Employee Development
- UTSI Employee Fee Waiver Form — For additional info, see UT HR Policy 0330.
- State Fee Waiver Form — For additional info, see UT HR Policy 0330, section titled Additional Fee Waiver at Tennessee Board of Regents Institutions, class taken on space available basis only
- Spouse or Dependent Child Fee Discount Form — For additional info, see UT HR Policy 0331.
- Student Fee Discount for Spouse and/or Dependent Children (of Retirees and Deceased Employees)
- Tennessee Colleges and Universities
To register for training, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate which seminar you will be attending. For sessions you attend, you will receive credit toward your 32 hours of training and development activities as outlined in Human Resources policy HRO 128, Human Resources Development. If questions, please contact the HR office at ext. 37226.
2020 Training Schedule for UTSI
♦UT WORKERS’ COMPENSATION WORKSHOP
Thursday, January 23, 2020
9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. cst
RSVP to email@example.com or call ext. 37226.
♦UTSI Staff Performance Evaluation Training
Thursday, January 30, 2020
Lower B Computer Lab
9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. cst.
10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. cst.
RSVP – firstname.lastname@example.org or call ext. 37226.
♦UTSI Life Planning Seminar
March 17-18, 2020
More details in near future.
♦UT Human Resources Policies and UTSI Procedures Overview
To be announced
Facilitators: Dr. Mary Lucal, Associate Vice Chancellor for UTK Human Resources, & Patricia Burks-Jelks, Director for UTSI Human Resources
Overview of the Human Resources Policies and UTSI HR Procedures.
♦UT Supervisory Training
Legal Aspects of Management & Supervision
To be announced
Facilitator: Mike Fitzgerald, UT Office of the General Counsel
Managers face rules and procedures of ever-increasing complexity. This program will provide guidance in the consideration and application of state and federal laws and university policies and procedures as they pertain to university employees. Regulations to be discussed will include FMLA, ADA, disciplinary procedures, discrimination procedures, sexual harassment policies, and more.
TO: NON-EXEMPT ADMINISTRATIVE PROFESSIONALS
The UT Administrative Professionals’ Retreat is sponsored each year by the UT HR Office of Employee and Organizational Development.
Click here for more info. https://hr.tennessee.edu/training/conferences-seminars/administrative-professionals-retreat/
If you have a training suggestion, please contact Patricia Burks-Jelks at ext. 37226.
As a result of employee feedback from the Employee Satisfaction Survey, the university revised its Human Resources Development Policy HR0128 to encourage supervisors and managers to plan for 32 hours of professional development every year for faculty and staff as part of an overall career development plan, including conferences and programs both outside and within the university.
To receive credit for classes taken, please complete the Request for Additional Training Credit.
Faculty and staff are the university’s most valuable resource. Investing in professional development builds a strong University of Tennessee Space Institute. If you have any questions, please contact Patricia Burks-Jelks at (931) 393-7226 or email email@example.com.
To Regular Faculty and Staff:
As identified in the HR Workplace Satisfaction Survey results, a UTSI Human Resources Staff Training and Development Program has been established effective immediately.
All regular employees are eligible to participate in this program (temporary and student employees are not eligible). Those eligible will be provided funding for up to two (2) courses per fiscal year and up to a maximum of $200. This applies to courses offered at UTSI such as those offered through the Continuing Education Department. Exceptions to the guidelines will be considered. Justification for the exception is required at the time of the request. This program will not be used to pay for courses in conjunction with the University’s fee waiver program.
When the application is completed and signed by both the employee and the department head/supervisor, it should be submitted to HR for review and final approval. The application will be returned to the employee and if approved, it should be presented at the time of registration. Cost of the course will be billed to the UTSI HR Staff Training and Development Program. Printed copies are available in the Human Resources office.
If you have questions or concerns, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call ext. 37267.
Financial assistance from the University of Tennessee Career Development Fund (CDF) enables employees to attend professional development programs. The CDF committee reviews requests and approves funding based on the guidelines.
Non-exempt, regular, full- or part-time may participate. CDF will only fund participation in conferences that take place in Tennessee.
To read more information about the Career Development Fund, its guidelines, and eligibility requirements, please visit the website athttp://www.tennessee.edu/cdf.
To apply, please complete the Career Development Fund Application and return to the UTSI Human Resources office at least four weeks prior to the activity/program. If you have any questions, please contact Patricia Burks-Jelks at (931) 393-7226 or email email@example.com.
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