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There are many training opportunities available to members of the University community. This website will help you know what workshops are being offered and will facilitate your registration. Available workshops provide a group learning experience for acquiring basic to intermediate skills in select enterprise applications used at the University, instructional technologies technologies and soft skills.
Workshop offerings cover a wide range of topics and are offered by a number of departments and units. A complete list of sponsoring departments can be found here. Please note additional training opportunities can be found through Human Resources Training and Organizational Development and Environmental Health and Safety.
George Mason University offers training opportunities to its user community through in-class and online programming. To support on demand, self-guided learning, we currently offer lynda.com. For information on those offerings, visit the Online Training website.
Please note that George Mason University is no longer a Certification Exam site.
- Kappa "TED" Talk: My culture November 2, 2016Johnson Center Bistro, Fairfax Campus Wednesday, November 2, 2016, 6 – 9pm The sisters of Kappa Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. are hosting our own version of 'TED talks". This is an event where we get students of all different cultures and backgrounds to talk about how their cultures have shaped them, and important lessons that they have […]
- Tacos with the Xi's November 2, 2016Johnson Center Dewberry Hall North, Fairfax Campus, Johnson Center Dewberry Hall Pre-Function Hall, Fairfax Campus Wednesday, November 2, 2016, 6 – 8pm Alpha Xi Delta invited you to join us for our taco sale to benefit Autism Speaks! Publish event on the Calendar?: TRUE Performing any medical procedures?: FALSE Parking Needed?: FALSE
- Right, Wrong or Different? November 2, 2016Research Hall 163, Fairfax Campus, Research Hall 163 - Lobby, Fairfax Campus Wednesday, November 2, 2016, 6 – 8:30pm We invite you to apply to join the interactive dialogue with other students and Mason faculty to explore how culture—our own and others’—affects how we perceive, interact, and lead. All students are encouraged to apply, however please note […]