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Free classes for faculty and staff on financial topics are open for registration

February 8, 2011

Trainings include lunch-hour trainings which run from noon-1 p.m. or noon-2 p.m.

  • Organize Your Financial Life
  • Cyber Thief or Cyber Friend: Protecting Your Personal Information
  • Financial Fitness: Dollars and Sense
  • Financial Fitness: Credit Sense
  • Job Loss and Income Reduction: How to Survive Financially
  • Raising MoneySensible Children: How to Foster Good Financial Habits

Spring semester classes are described online.

Classes are presented by Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Northern Colorado (CCCSNC). "Cyber Thief or Cyber Friend" is presented by CCCNSC in conjuntion with the Better Business Bureau. Additional classes may be viewed at Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Northern Colorado’s website.

Registration and location

These classes are free, and pre-registration is required. Register here and select the “Register for Workshops” button.

All trainings will be provided in Room 129, Johnson Hall.

Additional training for CSU faculty and staff

| EAP series | New classes | Class titles | Spring 2011 schedule |
University Orientation | Building Proctor & Campus Safety |

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

Training and Organizational Development classes are offered to explore and improve communication, leadership, supervisory skills, and personal effectiveness. Most workshops are free of charge. They are open to CSU faculty and staff. The complete class listing is online.

Contact: Ellen Audley
Phone: (970) 491-1376