Training & Development
The mission of the Training and Development department is to enhance the personal and professional development of Loyola faculty and staff.
The Training and Development department provides a variety of resources to assist individuals in gaining the skills, knowledge and experiences needed to achieve their personal best:
EMERGE is a series of training programs offered by the Training & Development department to enhance your personal and professional development.
Enrollment for EMERGE is available through Loyola Marketplace, an easy to use system that contains full program descriptions, dates and locations. EMERGE programs are offered at no cost to the participant. Please read the course descriptions for the target audience and any pre-class assignment.
Click on this link to access Loyola Marketplace: http://www.luc.edu/emerge
If you have an idea for a training topic or would like to schedule a training program exclusively for your team or department please contact Jorene Richards at email@example.com
LUC & ME (Loyola University Chicago Mentoring Experience)
The Loyola Unversity Chicago Mentoring Experience, LUC & ME, is a voluntary, formal mentoring program for newly hired staff members.
The program matches newly hired employees, mentees, with experienced employees who will act as mentors. Each mentor will share his/her knowledge and experience in a one-on-one partnership with a mentee. LUC & ME supports the Univerity's initiative for employee diversity, retention and engagement.
If you are interested in participating in LUC & ME, please contact Tori New at firstname.lastname@example.org or click here to view the website.
Maroon and Gold Standards of Excellence
The Maroon and Gold Standards of Excellence program is an on-line customer service training program.The program was developed to enhance the quality of client service interactions.
The Maroon and Gold Standards of Excellence is Loyola University Chicago's first on-line training program. The program itself is housed on Adobe Connect and was developed specifically for Loyola University Chicago's community. While several off-the-shelf programs were evaluated, they failed to address the unique needs of an academic environment.
Loyola 101 is the new employee orientation program. All new employees will be scheduled to attend this important orientation, which will introduce you to Loyola’s history, mission, culture and policies. Please click here for more information on new employee resources.
ITS Training Central
Information Technology Services Training Central offers computer workshops for the Loyola University community in a variety of software applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Blackboard, CMS (Serena Collage, Groupwise, and LOCUS) at no charge to faculty and staff throughout the year. For the current training schedule, please click here.
Tuition Benefit Program
Loyola University Chicago provides tuition benefit to full-time benefit eligible employees, qualified retirees, and/or their spouses and dependent children. For more information, please click here.
Staff Council (SC) is a body composed of employees of Loyola University Chicago (LUC) elected by staff to represent the concerns of and act as a voice for their constituents. For more information, please click here.
The Council functions as a two-way channel of communication between the University administration and the Corporate Faculty. For more information, please click here.
National Seminars Rockhurst University
One of the country’s most respected training sources, National Seminars, a division of Rockhurst University, offers a comprehensive selection of seminars and conferences for all your training needs, including management and supervision, leadership, communication, time and project management and customer service. Receive a 15% discount off the cost of a program. Ask for Cheri Devery, Senior Training Consultant at 1.800.344.4613 x3601. For more information, please click here.
Your success in business is based on how effective you are. Through participation in the Toastmasters program, people from all backgrounds learn to effectively speak, conduct meetings, manage a department or business, lead, delegate and motivate. For more information, please click here.
Whether you are pursing life-long learning or the advancement of your professional career, Loyola University of Chicago's continuing and professional education program, offers a variety of challenging, enlightening, and specialized courses designed to meet the unique requirements of the adult student. For more information, please click here.
Employees and retirees are encouraged to participate in a half day community service project followed by our traditional annual picnic, in late July. This event celebrates the feast day of St. Ignatius and honors your service and contributions to Loyola. Click here for information.
The University offers an Employee Assistance Program to help find solutions to the issues and difficulties of daily life. This program is offered, at no cost, through Perspectives, Ltd, and is available to all employees and their families. For more information, please click here.