Education and training are essential parts of CERN’s core mission, whether for high-school teachers, summer students or our many public visitors. One particularly important audience for training is you – the CERN personnel. That’s why we offer a wide range of learning opportunities, varying from the technical skills we need to carry out our jobs to the behavioural competencies we need to make our working lives run smoothly and the courses that enable us to stay safe.
Our range of courses is extensive and extremely popular, but we felt that things could be improved, which is why we have invested considerable time and effort in developing the new Learning Hub, which is being launched this week. After several test workshops with learners, whose feedback was taken on board, and further rounds of development, the result is a one-stop shop for finding everything you need in the same place. You can enrol in courses at the click of a button, read learning news and, among other new features, access course documentation and consult your entire training history.
Learning is good for you, and it’s good for CERN. And it just got easier! So dive into the Learning Hub as of 10 September and sample the rich world of learning offered by CERN.
Doris Forkel-Wirth, Head of the HSE Unit
James Purvis, Head of the Human resources department
Florian Sonnemann, Head of the Finance and administrative processes department