Am I Up-to-Date on my required trainings?

people-search-1-1Your search for finding out where you can confirm if you have completed Green River’s required trainings is over!

Clicking on hyperlinks below will take you to current training records as of Thursday, October 13, 2016. Note that weekly updates will be saved at Updated training list every week at N:\human resources\Required Trainings\Training Records.

Remember that if you took the Campus Safety Security Training in March, you need to take CSA training again during Green River’s certification month of October each year. 

Green River’s Opening Week: Call for Workshop Proposals!

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Calling all Green River community members seeking an opportunity to share a workshop where colleagues connect, learn, and grow together!

This year’s Opening Week is Tuesday, September 13, through Friday, September 16. Seize the moment to provide a workshop by submitting your proposal, via the form below, by Thursday, August 11, to Kirk Walker.

Thank you in advance for sharing your expertise!

WFSE Collective Bargaining Agreement Training

WFSE Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) Training for Represented Classified Staffbook

RSVP for the training session below by selecting a date and then clicking on “Register For
This Event” (remember to save the training to your Outlook Calendar)

Required WFSE Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) Training for Supervisors/Managers/Deans that supervise represented classified staff!

 Let us know:

  • What parts of the CBA do you have questions about?
  • Where would you like clarification?

Please send your suggestions and/or questions to Kirk Walker, Training Manager.

Proud Gator Joins Green River College at Covington Days Summer Fair!

Gator with DeniseWhen I started out on my adventure to participate as a Green River volunteer at Covington Days, I could never have imagined I would have such a memorable experience! When I arrived at the fair, I stopped in my tracks as I viewed the numerous white tents and wondered out loud how long will this take to locate the Green River tent. Then my eyes immediately centered upon the new black Green River College tent with the huge gator logo that looks smart and classy.  (You can see our Green River tent from a distance and we stand out!) I knew at that moment I was going to have a great experience.

When I arrived at the tent, Denise Bennatts was hard at work preparing it for the day. Our tent was located across from the main stage offering us a perfect location for lots of visitors and entertainment. As the temperature soared over 90 degrees outside, we handed out hundreds of Green River fans.  Fans could be seen everywhere and people came searching for us to get one!  It was priceless during the stage performances to look over and see a wave of Green River fans moving across the audience – much to the chagrin of the Renton Technical College staff! Yes, we did share Green River fans with them and they were happy to be able to cool down. We talked to many people about Green River and we had a number of them complete an interest card.

GatorAnd let’s not forget about Reptile Man and his live gator who proudly joined the Green River family! Denise finally caved in under the relentless peer pressure of many Gator fans to have a Kodak moment with the gator. Yes, that gator actually has his claws in Denise’s hair! Way to go Denise!

Overall we believe this was a great community event and we definitely got the Green River name out to the public. We hope that you contact Kassidy Chamblin in Outreach & Service Learning to start your adventure at an upcoming Summer Fair.

Lori Selby, Vice President of Business Administration Candidate, Green River Campus Forum

Lori-Selby

Lori Selby, a Vice President of Business Administration Candidate, visited Green River College on Friday, June 19, 2015, to share her experience, knowledge, skills, and abilities. Thanks to our talented Green River Media Center team, you can now watch Ms. Selby’s campus forum presentation.

If you would like to provide your thoughts regarding Ms. Bean’s campus forum, please complete the Vice President of Administration Campus Forum Survey.

 

Shirley Bean’s, Vice President of Business Administration Candidate, Green River Campus Forum

Shirley-BeanShirley Bean, a Vice President of Business Administration Candidate, visited Green River College on Wednesday, June 17, 2015, to share her experience, knowledge, skills, and abilities. Thanks to our talented Green River Media Center team, you can now watch Ms. Bean’s campus forum presentation.

If you would like to provide your thoughts regarding Ms. Bean’s campus forum, please complete the Vice President of Administration Campus Forum Survey.

Meet the Vice President of Business Administration Candidates

Shirley Bean

Shirley-BeanCampus Open Forum: Wednesday, June 17th, 2015, 12:30 pm in Cedar Hall 214

Shirley Bean  graduated from South Puget Sound Community College with a professional/technical degree in Accounting, and she holds a Bachelor of Liberal Arts degree with an emphasis in Economics and Public Policy from The Evergreen State College.  Ms. Bean continued her education at Chapman University, completing both a graduate certificate in Human Resources and a Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership.

Ms. Bean’s professional work experience includes previous leadership roles as the Director of Finance and Auxiliary Services at Highline College and the Director of Finance for Pierce College District. She additionally served in the roles of Associate Director of Facilities and Budget Analyst at Highline Community College.

Lori Selby

Lori-SelbyCampus Open Forum: Friday, June 19th, 2015,12:30 pm in Cedar Hall 214

Lori Selby graduated from Eastern Washington University with a Bachelor’s degree in Physical Education and a Master’s Degree in Education. Ms. Selby continued her education by completing her Doctorate’s degree in Higher Education Administration from Washington State University.

Ms. Selby’s professional work experience includes previous leadership roles as the Vice Chancellor of Finance & Administration and Academic Director of Education at WSU Tri-Cities.  She additionally served as the Executive Director of Administration at Utah State University and the Director of Sponsored Program Services at Washington State University.