- Soft Skills
Soft skills are the different attributes and interpersonal skills which describe an individual's relationships and interactions with others. Soft skills are also known as people skills; they complement hard skills (or technical skills) to improve an employee's performance.
The Learning & Development Team offers a variety of soft skills courses interlinked to the core and general competencies. The training catalog includes but is not limited to; Leadership Skills, Supervisory Skills, Customer Service, Time Management, Teamwork, Problem Solving, Anger Management, Business Writing, Writing Reports and Motivating Your Workforce.
AUBMC partnered with LinkedIn Learning to provide an on-demand e-learning solution designed to help employees gain new skills and career advancement.
LinkedIn Learning provides a vast online library of over 250,000 instructional videos covering the latest software, creative, and business skills. Taught by accomplished instructors and recognized industry experts, LinkedIn Learning is a highly engaging resource for employees looking to develop a skill or hobby. Topics include Project Management, Financial Management, Business Analytics, Leadership, Human Resources, Data Science, Software/Web Development, Graphic/Web Design and so much more.
E-learning videos are accessible anytime, anywhere – even offline; via desktop, tablet, and mobile. Moreover, it provides comprehensive learning paths as well as just-in-time, bite-sized content to answer ones' needs to know on the fly.
To access the ELearning platform, click on this link:https://lnkd.in/gAus9SY
- Technical Skills
Technical skills are different skills acquired through learning and practice to perform a specific job or task. They reflect the talent and expertise of an employee.
They can be taught on-the-job or through formal courses offered by internal/external providers.
AUBMC is keen on improving the level of English proficiency for employees who do not meet the minimum requirements set by the corresponding job description; either pre-employment, while being assessed for a different position, or when eligible for a promotion.
AUBMC partnered with the British Council to provide staff with English learning opportunities leading to professional growth and meeting minimum requirements of the job set by the Medial Center and other regulatory and accreditation agencies.