Learn how to save the lives of family members, friends and co-workers by taking a three-hour class.
Communities of Oakland Respond to Emergencies (CORE) is a free training program for individuals, neighborhood groups and organizations to learn how to manage for the first seven to 10 days after a major disaster such as earthquake.
Find out how to register for Zoom and use it, as well as how to save your ReadyTalk recordings before that system is decommissioned at UCOP.
Apply by April 28 for one of the open spots on the PACSW committee at OP.
The deadline to submit questions has been extended to March 31.
UC Health believes strongly that any health reform efforts must maintain at least the same level of coverage, care and consumer protections for patients that are currently available.
If you are contacted to reverify family members enrolled in your UC benefits plans, you will need to submit the required documentation by May 12, 2017.
Sorting out the alphabet soup: Learn about Professional Services Agreements (PSA), Pre-Travel Authorizations (PTA) and reimbursements for travel and entertainment (T&E).