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Working at UW Hospital and Clinics - Education and Training

Contact Information
 
(608) 261-0040 (phone)
(608) 261-0031 (fax)
 
UW Hospital and Clinics
Recruitment Center
800 University Bay Dr.
Madison, WI 53705

Corporate Academy

 

Employee growth and development is important at UW Hospital and Clinics. All employees have access to dozens of classes and programs in several areas:

  • Career and personal development
  • Computer skills
  • Fundamentals
  • Leadership development
Tuition Reimbursement
 
Eligible UW Hospital and Clinics employees may receive job or UWHC workforce-need related reimbursement of up to 100 percent of 15 credits per academic year. Reimbursement is pro-rated if employee works less than full-time.
 
School at Work Program
 
UW Hospital and Clinics’ School at Work program is a 32-week program, which targets employees at or about the ninth grade reading level. Employees are paid to meet each week and improve skills in writing, reading, math, medical terminology, anatomy and physiology. They receive career, résumé and interviewing coaching throughout the program.
 
English as a Second Language (ESL)
 
Designed to help employees whose primary language is not English, this program provides an opportunity to improve your ability to speak, read and write in English. Participants will be tested, put into basic, intermediate and advanced levels, and will develop their reading, writing and speaking skills for use on the job or at home.
 
Management Development
 
UW Hospital and Clinics has a special educational curriculum for managers addressing topics such as financial management, understanding policies, people management and system training. UW Hospital and Clinics’ goal is to provide education that is practical, focused on our managers’ changing needs, and focused on key priorities for the organization.
 
President’s Scholarship
 
UW Hospital and Clinics provides a scholarship for one high performing manager or above each year and pays for 100 percent of the costs to earn an Executive MBA degree through the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Business. The scholarship also allows for paid time off to attend weekly classes and recipients given six-month fellowship upon graduation.
 
Career and Educational Coaching
 
Employees have access to career and educational counseling and coaching opportunities throughout the year.