Staff members in the College of Education & Human Development enjoy a number of options for their education, including everything from taking free training classes to finishing a degree. The university not only helps staff members pay for degree programs through the Tuition Assistance Program, but offers a wide variety of free training in everything from specific software packages to stress relief. Furthermore, the university’s Staff Council offers a staff scholarship to help defray the costs of books and other materials for staff members who are in degree programs.The College of Education & Human Development also has their own Staff Council, which offers awards to staff members per nomination, sets up special events and participates in university decision-making processes on behalf of Georgia State staff members.
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University Training Links
Organizational Development and Consultant Services (ODCS)
ODCS, which is part of Human Resources, provides an enormous variety of training in areas including management and wellness.
The Center for Instructional Innovation
The Center for Instructional Innovation, formerly known as the Exchange, offers training, classes and all sorts of workshops revolving around technology.
Lynda.com is an online, video-based technology training service that is free for Georgia State employees.
Tuition Assistance Program
The Tuition Assistance Program pays for up to 9 credit hours per semester for courses taken at any University System of Georgia institution.