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Training and Development

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Training and Development is committed to achieving a culture of excellence through learning and the creation of a learning organization. Our HR team focuses on areas of emphasis to include training and development, organizational development and career development.

We strive to provide our employee population with a broad range of training opportunities. Training solutions are maximized through a number of partnerships and resources with qualified institution trainers and the NC Office of State  Human Resources Development Group.

Training & Development Philosophy

At NCCU, we recognize that training programs and professional development improve individual and organizational performance because each helps the University achieve its overall institutional goals. Furthermore, training programs not only help employees increase their effectiveness by building and refining job skills, they also greatly enhance the level of service provided by the University.

Programs offered will:

  • Create a sense of community by offering consistent orientation information for new employees.
  • Help employees to adjust to changing technology by offering training opportunities.
  • Prepare employees for increased or new responsibilities.
  • Create an environment of service in which both internal and external customers are a priority.
  • Build and refine managerial, supervisory, writing, computing and public speaking skills.
  • Improve interpersonal skills through human relations training and increase productivity by improving communications.
  • Foster good employee relations and reduce turnover by providing programs that lead to greater job satisfaction and improved promotional opportunities.
  • Enhance the overall well being of employees by offering personal development programs.
  • Development Opportunities

Courses are offered and facilitated by departments throughout campus.


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