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Latest News (20171128)

Please note that there 3 new articles on HR-LD News concerning the Technical Management Portfolio

http://hr-dep.web.cern.ch/LD/ld-news

which you can also find on the http://home.cern/cern-people page under the heading Learning and Development.

 

It concerns :

 

  • the addition of 2 new courses in the offer :
    • Managing small and non-technical projects with openSE : there is a first course at the end of the month with a few places left
    • Procurement and Contract management for Industrial Services : a first course is scheduled for early May 2018. Participants should have followed first the course on Supplies, and there are still 2 sessions before May 2018.

       

  • The creation of a community of practice for project management to foster the exchange of experience and best practices through
    • an e-group where members can post a message
    • Meet-Ups which are organised every 4 weeks and last 1 hour – the topics are proposed by participants and/or experts
    • an Indico category to find news about past and future activities

 

 

Erwin MOSSELMANS, 74125

Hanan BRIOUAL, 74924

Nathalie DUMEAUX, 78144

 

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The next session of “Developing secure software” course is scheduled for Tuesday, November 28th. The course is free of charge and takes one afternoon. More information and registration at http://cern.ch/course?093DSS01

 

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For your information, some short videos IT recently made on:

    a. the new indico functions https://twiki.cern.ch/Edutech/IndicoFunctions
    b. the life on an indico conference in detail https://twiki.cern.ch/Edutech/IndicoConferenceTimestamps
    c. How to use Skype For Business at CERN https://twiki.cern.ch/Edutech/SkypeForBusiness

The videos are in the twiki from our CDS collection, where you can find plenty of other good stuff, so please have a look.

 

Maria Dimou maria.dimou@cern.ch Tel:+41227673356

 

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Dear Colleagues,

 

We are pleased to announce the launch of two new courses in the Leadership/Personal Development & Communication Portfolio scheduled to take place this Autumn. 

 

Title: Coaching : an effective tool for managers

Target audience: All supervisors who are interested in developing their coaching skills to maximise their own impact and the performance of others

Objectives:

Continue to build a repertoire of management styles by:

  • Having a clear understanding of how and when to apply a coaching approach and what “Good Coaching” looks like
  • Building confidence and practice the key skills to have an effective coaching conversation
  • Gaining an understanding and practice the GROW coaching model

Duration: 1.5 days  + 1 hour individual coaching follow-up conversation

For more information: please consult course description ‘Coaching: an effective tool for managers’ in CTA.

 

 

Title: Expert Train-the-Trainer Programme

Target audience: All Members of Personnel who are required to deliver training within the next six months

Objectives:

  • Gain knowledge, practical skills and techniques to deliver successful and effective training
  • Understand and analyse audience needs and tailor content and programme delivery accordingly
  • Develop strategies to manage and adapt to different audiences (level and challenge)
  • Raise awareness of own learning/training styles

Duration: 2 days

For more information: please consult course description ‘Expert Train-the-Trainer Programme’ in CTA.

 

And still the workshops

Mindful or Mind full? (November 2017)

Target audience:  All Members of Personnel who would like to improve their emotional well-being, continue to develop their self-awareness and flexibility of mind, whilst remaining focused on the present

Objectives:

  • Develop strategies to manage stress associated with modern living
  • Reduce the impact and influence of stressful thoughts and feelings
  • Cultivate deeper presence with oneself and with others due to a clearer understanding and addressing of emotions
  • Contribute to a healthier working environment and a deeper sense of harmony among colleagues, due to easier access to compassion
  • Increase ability to focus and prioritize
  • Acquire a ‘toolkit’ of mindfulness practices for daily use

     

Mini-workshop IQ versus EQ (October 2017)

Target audience: All managers who would like to understand more about how emotions impact on people and how to manage own emotions

Objectives:

  • Learn  the fundamentals of brain science that determines our behaviours and emotional reactions in certain situations
  • Raise self-awareness of the importance of Emotional Intelligence (EQ) in the professional working environment
  • Discover the core emotional competencies

 

Elizabeth Barzdo, HR Department, Learning & Development Group

Telephone :          +41.22.766.33.61

Fax :                      +41.22.766.93.58

 

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We would like to announce that the course EMAG is now available in the catalogue.

Foundations of Magnetic Field Computation and Measurements for Accelerator Magnets (EMAG)
https://cern.ch/course/?179EMG01

Target audience: Scientific engineer and applied physicists.
Pre-requisites: Theoretical knowledge or practical experience in electromagnetism and finite-element techniques, linear algebra, vector-analysis.
Duration: 18 h lecture, 6 h tutorial and exercises (5 days).

 

A session for this course will be scheduled as soon as we will receive enough requests.

 

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We would like to announce that the Geant4 course: Beginners and the Geant4 course: Advanced are now available in the catalogue.

Geant4 course: Beginners https://cern.ch/course/?179GEA01

Target audience: Mainly physicists, but also engineers.
Pre-requisites:   
 - Basic knowledge of the C++ language
- Basic knowledge of MC simulation techniques
- Availability of a laptop with Virtual Machine pre-installed (instructions for VM installation will be provided in due time)  

Duration: 2 days

Geant4 course: Advanced https://cern.ch/course/?179GEA02

Target audience: Mainly physicists, but also engineers.
Pre-requisites:   
-  Basic knowledge of the C++ language
- Knowledge and basic experience in using the Geant4 simulation toolkit
- Having followed the Geant4 beginners course (link) or equivalent knowledge
- Availability of a laptop with Virtual Machine pre-installed (instructions for VM installation will be provided in due time)  

Duration: 1,5 days

 

A session for each course will be scheduled as soon as we will receive enough requests.

 

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We are happy to announce a new training discussed with the IT Department now available in the catalogue:

Hands-On Introduction to (Distributed Version Control using) Git:

https://cern.ch/course/?173GIT01

Target audience: SVN users, Anyone wanting to start using Git, Existing Git users wanting to be more confident and comfortable in their use of Git.

Pre-requisites:

Access to CERN's GitLab service

Duration: 2 Days

Session: To be defined (June is sufficient demand, or after Summer 2017)

 

People interested need to sign-up via the link.

A session for each course will be scheduled as soon as we will receive enough requests.

 

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For staff members:

As a reminder before the MERIT interviews and in line with the CERN Learning & Development Policy, some courses are mandatory for recently hired staff. In particular:

 

For supervisors:

As a reminder before MERIT interviews and in line with the CERN Learning & Development Policy, some courses are obligatory for supervisors. In particular:

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