Training and Development

The Human Resources Office offers a variety of training opportunities for employees of Red Rocks Community College including Supervisors Training, Diversity Training, Sexual Harassment Awareness and Workplace Violence Awareness. Please contact your HR Representative to schedule a training session or to have access to any training resources.

Spring 2018 RRCC Development Training Calendar

Intercultural Competence Level 1
This training is the first in a six-part series that will explore how cultural differences impact our interactions with our students, co-workers, and community. One level will be added each year for the next 6 years. In level I, we will define culture and discuss the elements of culture that affect interactions, increase our cultural self-awareness, and identify the impact of communication styles on interactions across cultures.
February 9th | 12:00 – 3:00 | Room 1690

Intercultural Competence Level 2
The second part of our six-part series focuses in intercultural competence focuses on personality styles. Participants will take the PRI Identity Mapping Assessment, learn about their own personality style, other personality styles, and gain a sense of appreciation for styles different from their own. Participants must have completed Intercultural Competence Level 1 in order to attend this session.
February 21st | 1:00 – 4:00 | Room 1162

Intercultural Competence Level 3
Part three of our training series will guide participants through exercises in understanding identity, beliefs, attitudes, and values in cultural context, help them to articulate their personal and cultural values, and introduce the concept of privilege as it relates to identity and membership in various cultural groups.  Participants must have completed Intercultural Competence Levels 1 & 2 in order to attend this session.
March 9th | 9:30 – 12:30 | Room 1160

Safe Zone
The purpose of Safe Zone is to raise awareness of ways homophobia, transphobia, and heterosexism affect everyone and to explore ways Allies can support the LGBTQ community. The Safe Zone symbol is a message to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning or queer (LGBTQ) students and colleagues that you have knowledge of LGBTQ issues, are supportive, and are trustworthy. People will know they can come to you for help, advice, or just to talk with someone who is supportive of their sexual orientation.
February 16th | 9:00 – 11:00 | Room 2305

Dream Zone
Undocumented students face many barriers in higher education, not the least of which is stigma attached to their citizenship status. This training will provide you with the tools and resources to better serve our undocumented students and help you to become a better ally to this community of learners.
March 14th | 9:00 – 11:00 | Sandstone Room

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