Employee Training

Employee Training

Compliance Training

Every employee is required by the college to complete compliance training which consists of 6 courses: Diversity Basics, State Ethics, Sexual Harassment Prevention, Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), Workplace Civility and Respect Policy, and the Alcohol and Drug-Free Policy. Completions are automatically added to individual training records. This training assists employees to understand the federal, state, and/or college policies to which they are held accountable.

COVID-19 Safety Training

In this course you will learn the following about SARS-CoV-2 c (COVID-19):

  • What is COVID-19? Which people are at highest risk of severe disease?
  • How to prevent contracting and spreading the virus?
  • How will Edmonds College's on-campus operations look different?
  • What campus safety expectations are for faculty, staff and students working on campus?
  • Additional, reliable resources and information.

ctcLink Training

ctcLink online training is available now. Courses listed on this page are arranged by employee category. Note: a common core of courses is suggested for all employees in each category; additional courses are recommended for employees in specific functions/roles.

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ODET Training

ODET has a library of books and DVDs/videos available for check out which are appropriate for personal skill-building and information or for group training.

Purchasing Training

The State of Washington has revised its State Procurement laws as per RCW 39.26.110, which requires all state employees, who are responsible for developing, executing or managing procurement or contracts, to take procurement or contract training courses. To see if you are required to take any of these courses or to sign up for the training, please contact Sam Salsman, sam.salsman@edmonds.edu.

Title IX Training

Edmonds College recognizes its responsibility to investigate, resolve, implement corrective measures, and monitor the educational environment and workplace to stop, remediate, and prevent discrimination on the basis of sex, as required by Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act, and Washington State’s Law Against Discrimination, and their implementing regulations. 

Technology Resource Center

The Technology Resource Center is dedicated to supporting and advancing teaching and learning by working collaboratively with staff, faculty, and administrators, to provide quality services, programs, and resources. Located on the second floor of Lynnwood Hall in room 207 the TRC will be open and staffed daily.