Current and Upcoming Classes

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Whether you are looking to find a class to enroll in or looking for required workshop trainings to complete, we have you covered! On this page, you will find information and links to Fordham's Sexual Harassment Prevention trainings, the Diversity and Inclusion workshops, and the new Learning Management System. 

The Sexual Harassment Prevention training is required for all Fordham employees so if you have not completed it yet we recommend completing that training first to reach compliance. You can find more information as well as a link to the trainings below. 

Browse the tabs below to learn more about these workshops and trainings, and discover Fordham's new Learning Management System where you can register for upcoming classes.


  • About the LMS:

    This year the Office of Human Resources Management at Fordham is offering a Learning Management System (LMS) to assist employees in handling all aspects of their professional learning journey. The LMS portal provides you the tools to customize your learning experience so you can reach your career goals in ways that work best for you. 

    Through the LMS portal, you can:

    • Search through a course catalog;
    • Register for workshops;
    • Keep track of your courses and credits;
    • Earn badges; and 
    • Download transcripts.

    To access Fordham's new Learning Management System, click HERE.

  • Click on the link to view the course details and select the "Sections" tab on the LMS platform to register.

    Audience: All Employees

    • Thursday, September 14th, 12:00PM – 1:00PM: Get Feedback That Improves Your Performance
      • This course is designed to help you take a proactive approach to feedback by asking the right questions to the right people, and then thoughtfully applying their advice to power your professional growth.

                         Click here to register

    • Tuesday, September 19th, 12:00PM – 1:00PM: Mindfulness at Work
      • In this class, you will learn and practice mindfulness techniques to break cycles of multitasking and distraction and show up to work with full engagement.

                         Click here to register

    • Thursday, September 28th, 12:00PM – 1:00PM: Influence Without Authority
      • How can employees drive results without managerial authority? In this class, you will learn a powerful framework for identifying people’s underlying needs and motivators, explore how to build a powerful coalition, and brainstorm key deposits that help inspire action and trust. 

                         Click here to register

    • Tuesday, September 26th, 12:00PM – 1:00PM: Utilize My Strengths
      • The vast majority of employees are missing out on the work that most energizes them and that produces their best results.  In this class, you will learn to identify your strengths, utilize your strengths in your day to day work, and grow your strengths over time.

                         Click here to register

    • Friday, October 13th, 12:00PM – 1:00PM: Give Feedback That Lands
      • Learn a research-backed approach to giving corrective and positive feedback and how to follow up, so feedback leads to action.

                         Click here to register

    • Monday, October 16th, 5:00PM – 5:45PM: Ignatian Fitness [Lincoln Center Campus]
      • In this interactive and reflective workout session, you will learn how to tone up the body and soul from Dr. Robert Parmach, Director of Ignatian Mission and Ministry.

                         Click here to register


     Audience: Supervisors 

    • Wednesday, September 13th, 12:00PM – 1:00PM: Manage Hybrid Teams
      • In this session, learners will identify the greatest areas of growth on their hybrid teams and develop a plan with key action items to grow their team in these areas and drive higher performance and inclusion.

                         Click here to register

    • Wednesday, September 20th, 12:00PM – 1:00PM: Delegate Like a Pro
      • In this class, you will learn a powerful delegation framework that will provide your direct reports or peers with opportunities to show their strengths or develop new skills. As a result, you’ll be able to focus your time on high value tasks (like setting goals and diagnosing problems) that boost your productivity and the productivity of others.

                         Click here to register

    • Friday, October 6th, 12:00PM – 1:00PM: Motivate Anyone to Do Their Best Work
      • In this 60-minute interactive class, you will learn to motivate others by tapping into our common desire to be self-directed, to improve, and to do meaningful work.

                         Click here to register

    • Wednesday, October 18th, 1:00PM – 3:00PM: Fundamentals of Management
      • This course will help New Managers to enhance essential management skills. Topics include: Role and Qualities of a Successful Manager; Management.

                         Click here to register

    • Wednesday, October 25th, 2:00PM – 4:00PM: Advanced Management Skills
      • This course will help Experienced Managers to enhance essential management skills. Topics include: Coaching for Performance, Effective Communication, Leveraging Feedback.

                         Click here to register


  • The NYC Human Rights Law protects all individuals against discrimination based on gender, which includes sexual harassment in the workplace. Sexual harassment is unwelcome verbal or physical behavior based on a person's gender and can include:

    • Unwanted touching,
    • Offensive and suggestive gestures or comments,
    • Asking about a person's sex life or making sexualized remarks about a person's appearance,
    • Sexualizing the work environment with imagery or other items, or
    • Telling sexual jokes. 

    Fordham does not tolerate any instance of sexual harassment, and this training is mandatory for all Fordham employees. For more information on Fordham's policy against Harassment, Discrimination, and Retaliation in Employment, click HERE.

    To complete the Mandatory Preventing Harassment and Discrimination workshop, click HERE.

  • This course highlights the importance of a respectful workplace and understanding of the barriers that prevent full participation. While it is not mandatory, Fordham strongly encourages all employees to complete this module.

    Completing this training is a step towards adopting inclusive workplace practices, learning about Fordham's diversity and inclusion expectations, and maintaining a respectful and inclusive workplace.

    To complete the Foundational Diversity and Inclusion Module: Inclusion in the Modern Workplace workshop, click HERE.