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Classified Office Professionals Learning Track

Target Audience:

  • Office Specialist  1 and 2
  • Administrative Program Assistants

Profile of Learning Track

Classified Office Professionals have a unique skill set that requires diplomacy, critical thinking, database management and reporting, and customer service.  For classified office professionals at the University of Oregon, we have created an online learning track to help you hone these skills.

We are utilizing the Skillsoft/Skillport e-learning resource for this online training as it is available to UO employees 24x7, from any computer that can link into the UO webpage.  This resource is available at no charge to UO employees. 

Note to classified staff:  Please share this new training offering with your supervisor and partner with them in this professional growth opportunity.  This training is not required and may be completed at the employee's discretion.  However, supervisor approval is required to be compensated as work time and release time must be requested in order to complete the training during regularly scheduled work hours.  Refer to the SEIU Collective Bargaining Agreement for more information.

 

Please note: Authentication is required.  eLearning resources are available to UO employees and remain accessible through the last day of employment.  The following links will prompt you to log-in with your DuckID and Password, if you haven't already, and then transfer you directly to the course you have selected.

Classified Office Professional Learning Track Curriculum

Content Areas

Provider: Professional Development Skillsoft e-learning

Communication Skills (Written)

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Communication Skills (Listening)

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Communication Skills (Verbal)

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Conflict Resolution

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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Resources:

Getting Results Without Direct Authority

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Personal Productivity

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Problem-solving

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Professionalism

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Presentation Skills

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Computer Skills

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Training around Diversity, an essential competency, is based on the IDEAL Model at the UO, through the Division of Equity and Inclusion: https://inclusion.uoregon.edu/IDEAL