New Programs from Learning and Education

This fall, Learning and Education is introducing a variety of new training programs. Please see www.hr.upenn.edu/learning/ for more details and on-line registration, or call (215) 898-3400.

American Management Association (AMA) Programs on-site at Penn

This fall, 5 AMA programs will be offered at the Learning and Education training facility at 3624 Market Street. These are the same AMA programs that are offered nationally, such as Management II: Managerial Skills for the Experienced Manager, Strategies for Developing Effective Presentation Skills and Fundamentals of Finance and Accounting for Nonfinancial Professionals brought to Penn's campus for your convenience. Each program is significantly discounted to cost only $50 for each Penn participant. Sign up now! Space is limited. Earn 1.2 CEUs per program!

WHYY Satellite Series

Through a workforce development partnership with WHYY, we are able to offer an array of learning opportunities at Penn or at WHYY's studios at 6th and Arch Streets. Satellite broadcasts this fall at WHYY include John Kotter, Ann Richards and Stephen Covey. This series will continue to evolve, so please check the Learning and Education web site often to learn of new offerings.

Brown Bag Matinees

Premiering Thursday, October 5, lunchtime learning refreshers and new skill seminars on topics of special interest at Penn, such as Fish!, the popular training video featured in a recent Philadelphia Inquirer article. Bring your lunch, watch training videos and discuss them with your colleagues. We'll supply the popcorn! These sessions are free, but we need your on-line registration to manage the space demands.

American Red Cross Training

We are pleased to offer adult CPR training during a four-hour session designed to give you the knowledge and skills necessary to recognize and provide basic care for breathing and cardiac emergencies until advanced medical personnel take over.

Fee: $90, includes Participant's Booklet, Skills Card and Personal Breathing Device.

Also, back by popular demand are:

Human Resource Management Principles, Transitioning to Management and The Professional Development Program (revised for a streamlined experience).

--Division of Human Resources


Almanac, Vol. 47, No. 4, September 19, 2000

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