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Training and Development has moved


 

We've Moved: The Training and Development Department's new home is located on the third floor in Wine-Price  at 752 Ott Street.

James Madison University is committed to providing professional development opportunities for all JMU community members. In support of JMU defining characteristic five under infrastructure – The university will invest in the professional development of its people – the JMU Training and Development Department offers personal and professional development opportunities for administrative and professional (AP) faculty, classified staff and wage employees.

JMU Training and Development focuses on learning areas which help each of us reach our own potential as well as work effectively with others. By accessing the links on this page you will find a wide variety of professional development opportunities which are provided free of charge to JMU AP faculty, classified staff and wage employees.

Faculty and staff are encouraged to pursue professional development utilizing internal and external resources. Please let the JMU Training and Development staff know how we can assist you in your personal, professional and departmental development needs.

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Published: Friday, June 24, 2011

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