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CVMIC eLearnings: Functionality Upgrade CVMIC is pleased to announce that a number of our e-Learning programs will be updated on October 1st to fix system compatibility issues. Head over to CVMIC’s Learning Link to find these new and updated programs. As you may know, in 2020 web browsers will no longer support Flash-related elements. In
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How to Deal with a Problem Employee This webinar series will be presented in two, 1-hour sessions. Supervisors are expected to deal with and resolve problem employee situations. Often supervisors struggle with this because they lack the skill and training to effectively identify what is causing or contributing to the employee’s problems. Once a
CVMIC’s New Learning Link is easier than ever! There are many resources to help you get the training and resources you need quickly. Helpful tutorials and resources can be found in many places. Check out CVMIC’s Learning Link YouTube Playlist Search for “Learning” in the Resource area of Learning Link for tutorials, videos, and a
Instructions for Tracking Group Webinar Recording Attendance Instructions *Note: If you are a supervisor without administrative access (Administration tab in Learning Link), contact your CVMIC.com employee administrator designated to your city or village and request either departmental or divisional access in Learning Link.
Aquatic Safety Course ID: PG02 Enroll For complete details, view the course description below. If you are interested in assigning this course to a group of employees, follow the instructions in this link, or contact Denise Schoengold (email@example.com), CVMIC’s Account Manager at FirstNet Learning to learn how! Course Description Every year 3,000 to 4,000 people drown in
Anti-Harassment: Promoting a Positive Workplace Course ID: CV36 Enroll For complete details, view the course description below. If you are interested in assigning this course to a group of employees, follow the instructions in this link, or contact Denise Schoengold (firstname.lastname@example.org), CVMIC’s Account Manager at FirstNet Learning to learn how! Course Description This online Anti-Harassment training course
Generations at Work This webinar series will be presented in two, 1-hour sessions. The series focuses on generations in the workplace. The first webinar focuses on understanding the unique needs of each generation to improve interactions at work. The second webinar focuses on generations Y & Z and how they impact today’s workplace culture.
Below is a list of guidance documents and training tools for establishing best practices in law enforcement, implementing safe measures and preparing for the emerging issues, specifically for Fentanyl Exposures and Narcan. Click on each link to view the resource. DOJ, DEA, and ONDCP Publications Attorney General Schimel Partners with Adapt Pharma on Discounted Narcan U.S.
One of the most popular eLearning courses offered on our Learning Link, Bloodborne Pathogens is a critical employee training that teaches employees to recognize health and safety risks on the job and to take preventive action. Course ID: CV01 Enroll Course Description This course provides information necessary to help reduce/eliminate the occupational risk of bloodborne pathogens. Topics covered include: