Initial Assessment:  Depending on their job responsibilities, employees need to be proficient in a variety of technologies to successfully complete their work.  Employees need access to professional development opportunities to become and remain proficient in technologies required for their work.  Assessments of employee technology professional development needs are not consistently available.

Plans:

  1. Conduct a district-wide employee assessment to determine technology professional development needs.
    1. Leads: Human Resources and District Research
    2. Funding sources: Existing resources
    3. College and district roles: Working collaboratively, college and district personnel will implement assessments and identify technology professional development needs
  2. Create online, onsite, and off-site technology training opportunities and provide employee access to the training.
    1. Leads: Human Resources and college professional development staff
    2. Funding sources:  Existing resources augmented by one-time Professional Development Funds and one-time college discretionary funds carryover as needed
    3. College and district roles: Working collaboratively, college and district personnel will select and promote best technology professional development opportunities for employees

Indicators of Success:

  1. Appropriate and sufficient technology training opportunities are available to employees based on their job responsibilities
  2. Employees use job related technologies appropriately and effectively

Future Opportunities

Develop enterprise portal/single sign on platform