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Learning + Development
Bannister Hall, 2nd Floor

3601 Pacific Avenue
Stockton, CA 95211

Learning + Development

Whether you want to brush up on your current knowledge, skills and abilities or add some new ones to your professional portfolio, take advantage of Learning + Development's courses and resources. Begin your learning journey and invest in your professional success today!


Bridge Upcoming Courses Online Learning Course Descriptions Workshop Requests Meet the Team


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In 2016, L+D began a new partnership with Bridge, a learning management system, to host all institutional learning for Pacific employees in one place. With Bridge, you can view a library of course offerings, register for instructor-led courses, take online learning and review your list of completed courses.

Here are some resources if you need assistance with Bridge:  

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      Click here for FAQs

      Click here for Bridge Support Team

      Click here for eLearning Catalog of offerings

      Click here for Information Security Training Courses

» FAQs: Manager Summary Emails from Bridge: In the last few weeks, we've received questions about the "Manager Summary" emails from Bridge. Here are brief answers to the most common questions we've received.

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Upcoming Courses


Date Time Course Campus
Dec 10 9-11am CMS 101 Stockton
Dec 11 9-11am CMS Drop-In Stockton
Dec 12 11am-1pm SharePoint Users Group Stockton
Dec 12 2-3pm Diversity & Inclusion Conversations Stockton
Dec 20 2-4pm CMS Drop-In  Stockton

If you require accommodations to fully participate in any learning and development course, programs, and services, please contact so that our team can work with you to make the appropriate arrangements.  We ask that you notify our department at least 5 business days in advance. 

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Online Learning

There are several online learning opportunities available via Bridge. For a full list of offerings, log onto Bridge and view the Learning Library. Here are a few recommended courses (Adobe Flash required):

For Managers:

For Staff:

For Business Managers

For Administrative Support Staff

For Managers

Also, here are external resources that we recommend:

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 Course Descriptions

 (For times and dates, please click on the course titles below and log into Bridge)  

Budget Essentials #1

This hands-on course will focus on running basic queries and reports in Banner and how to interpret the data. This course also covers how to save your reports to excel format instead of printing hardcopies and transposing the data into custom report formats. It is targeted for new employees who manage budgets or as a refresher for current budget managers. You will learn how to run a basic query, how to save a report to Excel format and how to interpret data.

Instructor: Jessica Melchor   Pre-Requisite: None

Budget Essentials #2

This course will cover the "how" and "when" for the various types of budget transfers, including expense transfers. Time will be spent reviewing the Expense/Revenue Transfer Guide flowchart to provide guidance on which situations a transfer should be applied based on various situations. This course is designed to be equally informative for both new employees who are managing budgets and for current staff who want to keep updated on the revised procedures. You will learn the various types of budget transfers, the 'how' and 'when' for budget transfers and how to use the Expense/Revenue flowchart guide.

Instructor: Margaret Caldwell   Pre-Requisite: None

Content Management System (CMS) 101

The Content Management System (CMS) is the tool used for those responsible for updating the webpages for their department, division or college. In this introductory, hands-on course you will learn about the interface, how to create a new page, using the editor, moving pages and more! This course is for those users who have not interacted with CMS before or need a review of the basics.

Instructor: Janel Ludwig   Pre-Requisite: None

Content Management System (CMS) Drop-In 

Are you working on your web pages and need help? These sessions are just for you! They are open sessions to provide you the opportunity to work on your webpages and to have a Communications staff member available for questions.

You will learn:

  • How to work on the challenge(s) you bring to this open session
  • Institutional Learning Objective: Major Field Competence
  • Registration is not required

Instructor: Janel Ludwig  Pre-Requisite: None

Introduction to Procard for University Business

The Procard is more than just a Visa; it is one of the most widely accepted payment methods worldwide. You'll learn about policies, procedures and requirements to joining the Procard program. You'll walk away with an increased awareness to University procurement policies and will be one step closer to getting your Procard.

Instructor: Desiree Maldonado

* For individuals assigned for the purpose of making authorized purchases (including travel) on the University's behalf.

Salaries Management

This course is intended for anyone who deals with salaries - business managers (re: students, temp positions) & business unit managers (re: permanent positions).

Instructor: Margaret Caldwell   Pre-Requisite: None

SharePoint Administrative

This session covers everything you need to know to make the most of your Team Site, including a focus on managing a document library and building lists (including task lists). Recommended for those who have basic SharePoint knowledge already.

You will learn:

  • how to create and manage a document library
  • how to create and manage a site list to facilitate data sharing in a spreadsheet-like interface
  • how to create and manage other site features including pages, wikis, discussion areas, calendars, how to edit a Team Site's navigation area, user and group permissions
  • how to access helpful online resources to further their knowledge of SharePoint

Instructor: David Diskin   Pre-Requisite: SharePoint Essentials or prior SharePoint knowledge

SharePoint Essentials

This session covers everything users should know to get started and enjoy the features of the great collaborative tool. Topics covered include navigation, working in document libraries, using lists, searching a site for information and more.

You will learn:

  • how to log in and navigate through Pacific's SharePoint site
  • how to download, upload, and edit documents in a SharePoint site library
  • how to collaborate with other users on documents & OneNote notebooks within a site library
  • how to access helpful online resources to further their knowledge of SharePoint

Instructor: David Diskin    Pre-Requisite: None

WebEx 101

Do you collaborate on projects across Pacific's three campuses? Do you meet or communicate with vendors who are outside of the local area? Then WebEx is a tool for you! WebEx is a virtual meeting platform that you can use today to host interactive audio and video meetings. Pacific Technology Services is pleased to announce the implementation of the desktop web conferencing tool, WebEx. WebEx enhances collaboration by providing a virtual meeting platform for staff and faculty regardless of campus location.

  • In this session, you will learn to:
    • schedule a meeting using the WebEx portal and Outlook
    • host a WebEx meeting
    • attend a WebEx meeting
    • audio and video during meetings
    • share content 
    • where to find help and report problems

Instructor: Kristina Ordanza  Pre-Requisite: None

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If you would like a custom workshop for your team, here are partners across campus that may be able to help:

Sample Topics: Contact
Preparing for Performance Reviews: Manager Sessions and Staff Sessions, General Workshop or Training Design, Time Management, Productivity, Resilience Learning + Development
Conflict Resolution, Team Problem Solving, DiSC assessments Ombuds
Intercultural Competency, Social Justice, Identity Development Intercultural Student Success
Emotional Management Skills, Mindfulness Skills, Managing Stress, Self Care, Meyers Briggs Temperament Workshop Pacific Wellness

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