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  • PD & Step-Credit Form (Faculty)

    All forms related to professional development and step-credit should be submitted and processed electronically. Forms are PDF-fillable documents, and supporting documentation should be scanned and attached when the form is submitted. Gray areas on forms are for processing purposes and not to be completed by the employee requesting credit. This form is to be used for two purposes: (1) Requesting Step-Credit, (2) Requesting Professional Development credit for graduate-level coursework.

    How to submit a form:

    • Open and complete the appropriate form.
    • Once you have completed the form, save the file for your copy (use the Save As… function).
    • Click on the Submit Form button near the top of the page. This will open an email message with the completed form attached.
    • Scan supporting documentation and save those files.
    • On the email message with the completed form attached, go to Insert > Attach Files, and attach the supporting documentation.
    • Designate the recipient of the email in the To: box of the email message. It is suggested that you include your own email address in the CC: box so you will have a copy of the email, as well.
    • Send the message with the completed form and supporting documentation attached.
    Click here for Professional Development & Step-Credit Form

    For more information about these requirements and schedules, refer to these documents:

  • PD Completion Form (Staff)

    If you are a staff member at MCC and would like to receive PD credit for a course or training that was taken off campus, please submit the following form to Mikken Canham at mcanham@mclennan.edu. By completing this form it will also display the form on your PD Transcript in WebAdvisor.

    Click here for Professional Development Completion
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    Professional Development Program Policy

    http://www.mclennan.edu/employees/policy-manual/docs/F-III-D.pdf

    Committee for Professional Employees and Faculty:

    The Professional Development Committee serves to solicit, collect, and judge proposals submitted by full-time regular professional employees for professional development and to provide input for professional development activities on campus for all professional staff. Click here for the Professional Employees Professional Development Proposal Form. Proposals are due the last Wednesday of each month.

    Committee for Support Staff:

    The Support Staff Professional Development Committee serves to solicit, collect, and judge proposals submitted for professional development and to provide input for professional development activities on campus for all support staff. Click here for the Support Staff Professional Development Proposal Form. Proposals are due the last Wednesday of each month.

  • Class Creation Form

    If you would like to teach a POD course, please complete the following form. The completed form should then be emailed to Mikken Canham at mcanham@mclennan.edu

    Click here for Class Creation Form
  • PD Day - Session Proposal

    The purpose of the Professional Development Program is, "to provide opportunities and incentives for all staff to improve the effectiveness of instruction and the efficiency and effectiveness of all support programs. (MCC Policy F-III-d)

    In the spirit of inclusiveness Professional Development Day is a time for employees across campus and across disciplines to come together and grow professionally as a college. With that in mind, please be sur e all proposals fit the following criteria:

    • Topic should be in the pursuit of professional development as opposed to personal growth.
    • Proposals should appeal to a wide range of individuals from multiple disciplines or departments.
    • Sessions are limited to 50 minute.
    • No outside vendor solicitations.

    Proposals that do not fit these guidelines may be submitted to the Professional Development office for review and may be selected for Lunch N Learn or ZPOD sessions outside of Professional Development Day.

    Fall PD Day submission deadline: October 1st
    Spring PD Day submission deadline: March 1st

    Click here for the PD Day Session Proposal