Annual Compliance and Training Opportunities

Reminder to complete Annual Compliance Courses

This is a friendly reminder to complete all 2014 Compliance courses.  The deadline for completion of all courses for GRU and GRHealth employees is Friday, Jan. 16, by close of business.

All courses may be accessed through Workforce Learn Online at

Quick Tips Guides for accessing course content and for accessing a transcript for all 2014 Compliance courses grades may be found at:  One overall transcript is now available for all 2014 Compliance grades on one page for review or print.

For any login questions, please contact the Help Desk at 706-721-4000 or submit a request online at  For questions about your assignments, please contact Wanda O’Brien, Senior Training Specialist, at 706-721-4054.

Computers may be accessed in the Greenblatt Library and in Annex Building 1 (HS 1151). To schedule to use a computer in HS 1151, please contact Workforce Development at 706-721-8175 or 706-721-4054.

Workforce Development Training Opportunities

Workforce Development is pleased to offer exciting employee development training opportunities for January – March!  For a listing of all courses offered and to self-enroll in a course, go to:

Workforce Development Courses Spotlight for January

Communication Skills and Attitude for Success (Jan. 22 – 2 to 4 p.m.) Health Sciences Campus – Auditoria Center (BC-1400)

Do you need to enhance your communication skills to communicate in a more positive manner?  Does what you say sometimes come out the wrong way?  This course will enable participants to gain a better perspective about the importance of positive and assertive communication.  Participants will learn more positive and empowering methods of communication to enhance relationships and connections with others both personally and professionally.

To enroll in this session:

Contact Kimberly Hayes, Training Specialist, at or 706-721-3196 with questions about this course.

Effectively Communicating with Difficult People (Jan. 29 – 9 a.m. to noon) Summerville Campus – JSAC (Butler Meeting Room)

Why is it that some people we come in contact with are so difficult to get along with?  Are people really difficult, or is it the way we perceive them? This course is ideal for individuals wishing to acquire an insight into why people behave in challenging ways and develop strategies and techniques to deal with the difficult behaviors of co-workers and clients. Participants will work through scenarios providing them opportunities to practice effective communication skills to handle behaviors more effectively.

To enroll in this session:

Contact Earnestine Hill, Training Specialist, at or 706-721-7856 with questions about this course.

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