Virginia Tech classified and university staff in pay bands 2 or 3 who perform a variety of duties including office management, bookkeeping, project management, and supervision of other administrative personnel.
Since 1996, the Administrative Professional Development Program (APDP) has provided an opportunity for professional growth to more than 400 university employees in administrative support roles.
Members of the program are able to exchange ideas, while developing and enhancing their skills and abilities. Through the Administrative Professional Development Program, participants can gain a better understanding of campus policies, procedures and programs, enhance their supervisory and communication skills, and increase their confidence in carrying out complex roles.
The program requires two to three hours of time each month and participants are required to attend a minimum of six scheduled sessions in order to receive a certificate. Classes meet on the first Tuesday of each month, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. in North End Center. Classes begin Tuesday, September 6 and will continue through May. Sessions include presentations on leadership, communication, and other skill building activities.
Nominations for the 2016-17 Administrative Professional Development Program cohort is now closed. Individuals selected for the 2016-17 Administrative Professional Development Program cohort will be notified by Monday, August 15, 2016.
Free, but space is limited.