Learning and Development Opportunities
Our friends at Hampton Public Library have identified online opportunities for City of Hampton employees to engage in remote learning. Employees can take time to invest in themselves by developing knowledge and skills related to their current job or to prepare for that next step in their careers.
There are hundreds of courses to choose from, including simple tutorials. Feel free to review all of these resources to find topics and formats that suit your learning needs.
NOTE: Before beginning a learning opportunity during your workday, check in with your supervisor to ensure the topic is meaningful for your position.
FREE online and certified training is available just by signing up with your City of Hampton email. Courses in many different categories, including core skills and technology training, are offered and verification of successful course completion is stored in the dashboard. Most courses can be completed in 2-4 hours. Employees can print or save these documents as proof of successful course completion.
There are hundreds of courses to choose from, including simple tutorials. Feel free to review all of these resources to find topics and formats which suit your learning needs. The following topics have relevant information for all employees. These quick tutorials can help develop competencies needed for all jobs, and support skill development necessary to demonstrate our City Values: Trust, Respect, Integrity, Collaboration, Creativity and Accountability. To access, see instructions below:
Work tab → Workplace Skills → Job Success: complete lessons 1-11 and quiz
All Topics tab → Skills for Today → Adapting to Change
Technology tab → Any classes listed under Technology
Free to sign up and audit the class. NOTE: fees apply to obtain certificate and “pass” status.
Hampton Public Library Universal Class
Provides online training with videos, lesson plans, and sometimes review/supplemental questions for Continuing Education Credits or Certifications. The site can be found by going to Hampton Public Library’s website, then click on Online Resources, then Universal Class. You will need a Hampton Public Library card to access the site. Once you have a Library Card, you will need to create a free account. To receive a Temporary Library Card, employees should do the following:
- Complete the patron registration form.
- Email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- You will receive a reply with your card number.
- When the in-person library system reopens, bring a government-issued photo ID with proof of current residency to the Main Library at 4207 Victoria Blvd. to obtain your permanent card.