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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.
- HIRE Education Summit April 5, 2017Founders Hall 125 - Multipurpose Room North, Arlington Campus, Founders Hall 126 - Multipurpose Room South, Arlington Campus, Founders Hall 125/126 - Multipurpose Room, Arlington Campus, Founders Hall 134 - Auditorium, Arlington Campus, Founders Hall Art Wednesday, April 5, 2017, 8am – 2pm The HireEd Conference will bring together entrepreneurs, corporations, business leaders, educators and nonprofits to […]
- GMU VSA Theatre Practice April 4, 2017Johnson Center 325 - Meeting Room A, Fairfax Campus Tuesday, April 4, 2017, 7:30 – 9:30pm GMU VSA will be preparing for the upcoming culture show in April. This room will be used to allow our actors to practice their lines and learn the script. Publish event on the Calendar?: TRUE Performing any medical procedures?: FALSE Parking Needed?: FALSE
- Nonfiction Reading: Mike Scalise April 4, 2017Research Hall 163, Fairfax Campus, Research Hall 163 - Lobby, Fairfax Campus Tuesday, April 4, 2017, 7:30 – 9:30pm Visiting Writer and Mason alum Mike Scalise reads from his memoir, The Brand New Catastrope.