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Learning and Development

Bridge is the University of Nebraska's learning management solution that houses employee learning and professional development as both live instructor-led and on demand. Please click the button below to log in with your TrueYou credentials and explore!

To register for a session or course, click the Register (or Join Waitlist) button next to the session you want to register for. If you are on the waitlist and a seat becomes available, the next person on the waitlist will automatically be added to the session and will be notified by email. Once you register, you will receive an email confirmation. You will also receive reminder notifications for the upcoming session.

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Below are some highlights of programs available to you.
Courses recommended for supervisors. 

On-Demand Online Learning

  • Coaching & Feedback 
  • Critical Thinking & Problem Solving
  • Effective Meetings 
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Employment Law Essentials: Hours Worked Compliance 
  • Generational Awareness
  • Goal Setting & Achieving
  • Management Basics 
  • OUCH! That Stereotype Hurts! 
  • Presentation Skills
  • Teamwork: Being an Effective Team 
  • Thriving Through Conflict
  • Understanding Diversity 

Live Instructor-led Training

  • Americans with Disabilities Act/Section 504 Training 
  • SAP and other payroll related topics
  • Search Process Seminars

Instructor-Led Programs by Request

Creating a Professional Development Plan

A Professional Development Plan (PDP) is a valuable document that establishes both your career development goals and a strategy for meeting them. In this hands-on session, you will learn the three steps to creating an individualized professional development plan. By the end of the session, you have started creating a useful roadmap for your growth and success.


The Art of Acknowledgement

Acknowledgement is positive feedback that lets everyone know they are valued and appreciated by their coworkers and the organization. Learn who should give it, when and how.


Be a Consummate Professional During Online Meetings

Learn the online etiquette that makes you a professional when you are attending or hosting an online meeting. 


Build a Better Training Evaluation

Based on Kirkpatrick's Four Levels of Evaluation.


Building a Culture of Feedback 

How to effectively give, seek, receive, and act upon feedback.


(Customer) Service, the Nebraska Way

Help employees discover ways to create a great experience for every moment of contact. Learn tactics to listen, empathize, act and restore the relationship to come to a conclusion that will satisfy all involved when conflict does arise.


Flipping the Training Room

Using the concept of Bloom's Taxonomy, learn what technology to use to have learners prepare for training class so they come ready with knowledge and you can use class time for understanding and applying. 


Performance Management for Supervisors

This session is designed for new supervisors or those who want to refresh their skills on developing and practicing strategies for engaging employees through performance management by:

  • Setting the right tone through planning, establishing goals and setting expectations
  • Using effective feedback and coaching techniques
  • Understanding performance documentation and developing action plans that help improve performance


EAP Training Programs

for various issues such as change management, stress management, conflict resolution, and enhancing communication.

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Diversity Education from the Office of Diversity & Inclusion

Providing inclusive based learning for our community is a central priority for advancing inclusive excellence at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. 


Discover Training for Other University Services

Receive tuition assistance through the employee scholarship program

Full-time and retired employees who wish to continue their education may be eligible for tuition assistance through the employee scholarship program. Spouses and dependent children may also be eligible for this benefit.