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Below are several of our most popular trainings currently offered for all employees hosted by King County Learning and Development and its training partners. Follow the link to register and browse all trainings. For questions or assistance contact

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Additional training opportunities for employees, including those facing lay-off and current participants of King County's Priority Placement Program, are also available through Career Support Services (CSS). For questions or assistance contact

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Other learning opportunities

In addition to these opportunities provided through the Department of Human Resources, browse other training opportunities including online learning, first aid, safety classes, Sharepoint training, the KCIT Training hub, and others. View other learning opportunities here.

Popular trainings available to King County employees

Brain Based Time Management

Do you procrastinate, get distracted, have a hard time prioritizing? What we do and how we do it are driven by how our brains are wired.

Building Gender Inclusive Spaces

Because of the great response to the sessions that occurred in celebration of LGBTQ+ Pride month, DHR’s L&D team will be hosting two additional sessions on Building Gender Inclusive Spaces: Exploring the Intersection of Race and LGBTQ+ Identities

Employment Transition Orientation

King County experts will provide you with important information about the resources and services that are available to employees who are facing a layoff. Topics covered include: Career Support Services, Priority Placement Program, Employee Assistance Program, Making Life Easier Program, Balanced You and Benefits. There will also be time for you to ask questions. This is a voluntary virtual meeting.

King County Mentoring Program Lunch and Learns

Would you like to have a mentor, someone who can help you grow professionally? Do you want to strengthen your coaching skills? As a Mentee, you will have a trusted advisor who can help you navigate complex situations, and as a Mentor, you can uncover new or forgotten skills and build influence. If the thought excites you, join King County’s Mentoring Program by signing up for one of our monthly Zoom, live/online, sessions to uncover more about mentoring and search for a Mentor.