CDF Hybrid Class Scheduled in Green Bay Spring 2016

The Center on Education and Work has scheduled a hybrid Career Development Facilitator class for Spring, 2016.  For the first time, the face-to-face meetings will be held in Green Bay.  We want to offer this more convenient opportunity to those in the central and northern parts of the state who want to take advantage of this well-respected course offering.

We are on a very short timeline.  In order to hold the class, we need to have 12-15 registrants signed up by February 15th.  If you or any of your colleagues are interested, please contact the Instructor, Judy Ettinger, ASAP.  She can be reached at jmetting@wisc.edu

The dates of the course follow:
Start Date:  March 1st   End Date:  June 21st
Required Face-to-Face Meetings in Green Bay:  March 31-April 1st   and May 12-13
Cost:  $1450 plus the cost of books

This popular class has been taught in Madison since 1995.  If you would like more information about this program, go to our web site at http://www.cew.wisc.edu/cdf/default.aspx

Welcome to the First CareerLocker Tidbits Post!

As your training representative, I would like take this time to introduce you to my new CareerLocker Tidbits posts, where I will send out weekly (sometimes more) tidbits and useful hints on how to use CareerLocker!

As none of us have much time these days, I will make these posts as short as possible…starting off with this week’s tidbit:

Every building location is assigned one account, and each account gets their own specific registration codes. These registration codes link the professionals and students/or clients back to their organizations.

Picture of How to Create an Account in CareerLocker

Every account will also have one main person assigned as the CareerLocker administrator, and this person will be the one who can look up and edit student/client information. The CareerLocker administrator will also be able to look up and edit professional user information; along with granting administrative rights to specific professionals in an organization. This means, that if Ms. Jane Doe is listed as the administrator of your account, you can ask Jane Doe to grant you administrative rights for the 6-week career’s course you are teaching. That way, when your students and clients forget their user names and passwords, you can look them up yourself, instead of having to track down Ms. Jane Doe.

Picture of tools for the administrator in CareerLockerPicture of professional tools in CareerLocker

 That wraps up my tidbits for this week!

Stay tuned for more CareerLocker tidbits…

Amy