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Register now for the Commission on the Status of Women and the ASU Staff Council 2011 Professional Development Conference, October 20.

All conference workshops and events are completely free of charge and are open to all ASU staff, faculty and students. For complete information on the conference, including registration information, workshop summaries and details on special campus events, please visit

Registration Instructions for CSW/SC Professional Development Conference

To enroll, add yourself to a wait list and/or cancel from one or more workshop as part of the CSW/SC Professional Development Conference.

  1. Visit the Training & Development website at
  2. Click on the Employee LMS button
  3. Sign-in using your ASURITE username/password (unnecessary if already signed in)
  4. Click on Search for a Specific Class
  5. Type in “CSW” in the field next to Search for classes with these words in their titles:
  6. Click Search
  7. Click Select next to the session you would like to enroll in
  8. Click on Enroll in this class (link located at top right of screen)*
    Click Get on the waiting list if no seats currently available in a particular class. Should a seat become available you will automatically be enrolled and will receive a confirmation email.
    Click Cancel from this class should you want to un-enroll in a workshop you have already enrolled in.

My training calendar…
To review what classes you’re enrolled in, click My Training Calendar within the LMS. Bring your schedule for the day with you to the conference.

Need help? Contact the LMS Support Team at (480) 727-7221 or email

Student registration
Students wishing to enroll, but who do not have access to the LMS system, should email their registration request to or to

Announcing Additional Workshop at the Tempe Campus: “Career Management – Successfully Negotiating Opportunities”

Due to popular demand, we have opened up a second session of the dynamic workshop “Career Development: Career Management – Successfully Negotiating Opportunities.” The session will run from 2:30-3:30p.m. in Memorial Union, Mohave. The 8:30 session is full and the 2:30 session is quickly filling so register today!

The CSW/SC 2011 Professional Development Conference is sponsored by and made possible by the generous support from the following units: ASU Commission on the Status of Women, ASU Staff Council, the Office of Human Resources, University Business Services, University Business & Finance, Barrett, The Honors College, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, New College of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, College of Technology & Innovation, University College, Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College, W. P. Carey School of Business, College of Nursing and Health Innovation, School of Nutrition and Health Promotion, ASU Online, the Campus Environment Teams at the Tempe, Downtown, Polytechnic and West campuses, University Libraries, EOSS & the Office for the Dean of Students at Polytechnic, EOSS & the Office for the Dean of Students at Tempe, EOSS & the Office for the Dean of Students at West, EOSS & the Office for the Dean of Students at Downtown, ASU Employee Assistance-Employee Wellness, Office of Equity and Inclusion, ASU Counseling Services and ASU Career Services.

Please direct questions to the CSW Office at or to Karen Engler, CSW/FWA Coordinator Sr. at

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