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(sba.gov)The Small Business Administration (SBA) Learning Center Provides several e-learning courses, and webinars to enhance administrative knowledge in essential business matters. Course topics available through the SBA include Business Planning, Launching a Business, Managing your Business, and Growing your Business.
The Global Initiative was founded in 2013 in Geneva, with a network of over 500 independent global and regional experts working on human rights, democracy, governance, and development issues where organized crime has become increasingly pertinent. The Initiative commissions and shares research globally; curates a vast resource library of 2,000 reports and tools, including publications, press releases, podcasts, and webinars, specific to organized crime.
Arctic IT is an experienced Enterprise IT solutions company that specializes in managed services, application services, and tribal enterprise services. Arctic IT hosts Webinar Series specifically on the various facets of Information Technology.
Established in 2002, the Grants.Gov Program was established as a part of the President’s Management Agenda and is managed by the Department of Health and Human Services. Under the President’s Management Agenda, the program was chartered to deliver a system that provides a centralized location for grant seekers to find and apply for federal funding opportunities. The Grants.Gov Learning Center provides webinars, trainings, and resources hosted by federal grant-making agencies and other associations or organizations to improve grants knowledge and stay up to date on the latest developments in the grants community.
Class Central aggregates courses from many providers to generate a vast listing of online courses. Courses found on Class Central will be free (or free to audit) courses from universities, offered through a massive open online course (MOOC) platform. Class Central allows you to search new courses; review courses you’ve taken; follow universities, subjects and courses to receive personalized updates; facilitating the users ability to plan and track their own learning.
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Employees engaging in training and development opportunities are encouraged to contact their Human Resource Representative to discuss specific procedures and requirements for accrediting said training to their personnel files. Note that some of the resources listed above may offer training, which does not apply to UNISHKA; these courses remain available for employees but will not earn professional development credit. If you have any questions, please contact the Human Resource Department.
To credit employees with Professional Development and Training, the Human Resource Department must receive: