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  • Training and Development

    TEAM W.O.R.K.

    A staff of trainers dedicated to providing training that is
    Worthwhile – Ongoing – Relevant – and Knowledge-based.

    We recognize that times have been tough recently and we’ve all been impacted by recent health concerns with COVID-19, civil rights events, and the most recent fire dangers. All of you have made individual and unique sacrifices to meet the needs of Pima County. Know that you are NOT alone, and we continue to listen and support as we come together, united, for hope and resilience in these uncertain times.

    We want you to know we are at 33 North Stone Avenue and are continuing to work hard for you! We understand many of you have questions and concerns regarding when and how training will resume.

    Presently, we are unable to conduct live, in-person training due to social distancing guidelines. However, we are currently focused on creating great courses to meet your training needs – such as a modified Supervisor Boot Camp, Onboarding, and Triennial Harassment Prevention training. We will announce some of our new online courses in the coming weeks. Check your email and the Human Resources Training Unit web page for more of our updates!


    Take care of yourselves, take care of each other, stay connected, and know that together we will rise, because we A.R.E. Pima County – Accountable, Respectful, and Ethical.


    The following in-person training sessions are on hold until further notice:

    Session 1 -  HR Supv Boot Camp 2.0: Communication

    (Comm. Basics, Styles, Effective Listening, Comm. in Conflict Situations)

    Session 2 -  HR Supv Boot Camp 2.0: Compliance I

    (Rules & Policies, FMLA, ADA)

    Session 3 -  HR Supv Boot Camp 2.0: Compliance II

    (FLSA, Performance Management, Progressive Discipline)

    Session 4 -  HR Supv Boot Camp 2.0: Management

    (Ethics, Accountability, Time Mgmt, Team Building)

    Sessions are designed to be taken in sequence. Before signing up for boot camp, attendees should ensure they can complete the camp in its entirety. Any exceptions must be approved by HR Training.
     

    As a condition of employment, it is mandatory for all newly appointed supervisors and managers (with at least one direct report) to complete the full boot camp series. This is the same requirement assigned to the previous core series.

    Enrollment is accessible via the Learning Management System.

    Please contact us with questions about upcoming training programs.

    HR Training & Staff Development
    hr.training@pima.gov
    33 N Stone / Suite 130 / 724-7893

    Training that is Worthwhile, Ongoing, Relevant, and Knowledge-based
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    Training & Development

    Ivy Baumann
    Program Manager
    33 N. Stone Ave., 1st floor
    Tucson, AZ 85701 

    Phone: (520) 724-7890 
    Fax: (520) 724-8253


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    2019 Pima County Equal Employment Opportunity Plan (EEOP)

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