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Search Advocate Training

Weber State Human Resources recognizes that change happens on both an individual and institutional level. We believe long-term change occurs by implementing practices designed to increase belonging at the institutional level, and creating opportunities for faculty and staff to be trained on how to discuss and wrestle through challenging topics in a safe space.

To help facilitate this, we offer several courses for faculty and staff on these topics. One training is particular is useful for search committee chairs and members. It is called Search Advocacy in Hiring and is course #302-07. 

Faculty and staff can register for courses in the Training Tracker app in the eWeber portal. These training materials assist hiring committees to think through patterns of behavior and assumptions that we might use in decision-making, but may not be helpful in fairly and accurately assessing a candidate.

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