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University Employee Orientation trainings are open for summer registration

May 26, 2011

This training provides employees with information about the benefits of being part of the CSU community and the many resources and discounts available to them. The training is not about health insurance provided through the Benefits Office.

The goal is to complete the training within 90 days of hire or new eligibility for health benefits.

Additional information for participants and department coordinators can be found online.

University Employee Orientation schedule:
  • Wednesday, July 13
  • Thursday, August 18
  • Tuesday, August 30

This training begins at 8 a.m. in the Senate Chambers, Lory Student Center and concludes after lunch at 1 p.m. in the Longs Peak Dining Room.

Pre-registration is required.

Who should attend this training?

Orientation training is required of CSU employees working in the Fort Collins area when they become eligible for benefits, and have a half- to full-time appointment. New employees and those newly eligible for benefits who have not attended should plan on registering as soon as possible to attend one of these sessions.

Ongoing free workshops for CSU employees

Training and Organizational Development’s class schedules and descriptions, sessions and Event Calendar are available online.

Training includes CSU Business Applications, Building Proctor Development, University Employee Orientation (UEO), and classes offered to explore and improve communication, leadership, supervisory skills, financial skills, and personal effectiveness.

Training and Organizational Development classes are offered to CSU faculty and staff.

If you’d like to join the Training and Organizational Development listserv or have other questions, please contact Ellen Audley at (970) 491-1376.


Contact: Ellen Audley
E-mail: Ellen.Audley@ColoState.EDU
Phone: (970) 491-1376