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  1. PDA Days: Spring 2000 - February 16 & 17, 2000
    Classified Re-Orientation
    This strand of four workshops was developed as an expansion of the recent Classified Orientation. Each workshop will provide information on different areas of interest. I. Governance: Understand the SEIU Contract, the latest on the Classification Study and how the Classified Senate works. II. Personal Finances: Learn more about how to read your paycheck, what types of deductions you can take, what your benefits are, and retirement information. III. District Finances: This section will cover the world of District Finances such as; Accounting - Find out who to call with budget questions; Purchasing - Office Depot, Travel Request Forms; Staff Development Proposals - How to apply for funding for professional development. IV. Crisis/Workplace Safety: Find out about programs that will assist you in times of crisis. Learn about the Employee Asistance Program (EAP), the Employee Crisis Assistance Team (ECAT), the Crisis Intervention Resource Team and find out more about Workplace Safety.

  2. Spring Classified Orientation Date: Friday, March 31, 2000

    Fall: The October 15, 1999 "Orientation Day" was a success and provided valuable information, including a "Little Known Facts" booklet for all who attended. Everyone was honored at the Culinary Cafe luncheon.

  3. Great Classified Seminar - The Next Step - June 7th & 8th, 2000
    SRJC's Classified Staff Development Committee is again sponsoring a two-day, one-night seminar for classified employees. This year's seminar, "The Next Step" will be held at the Bishop Ranch in Healdsburg on June 7th and 8th, 2000, which are non-instructional days between semesters.

    Registration, lodging and meals will be covered by Staff Development funds. Attendance will be limited to 50 permanent classified staff. First time participants will be given priority registration.

    During the seminar, participants will explore areas of mutual interest, engage in interactive discussions that will stimulate professional growth, and develop solutions for creating an action plan for change. Past participants found the experience to be insightful, exciting, and promoted the building of community.

    Further information will be forthcoming. Applications will be available in early April and will be due the end of April. For more information, contact any member on the
    Classified Staff Development Committee.

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