All of the Professional Development courses are open to ANTHC and THO employees. Training and Development offers different courses on a rotating schedule. Visit the training calendar to see dates, times, and zoom information.

Time Management

Setting Goals & Prioritizing

(Offered in January, April, July, October)

Time management begins with setting goals; writing clear goals allows you to prioritize your action plan which is then broken down to tasks or calendar events. Learn time management concepts, principles, strategies, and techniques. 

Procrastination, Crisis Management, Planning & Delegation

(Offered in January, April, July, October )​

​​Time is limited. Learn tools and techniques to overcome procrastination, and how to delegate tasks. Learn ways to declutter and organize your workspace, including how to deal with emails and how to set a routine. Improve your prioritization skills and learn what to do when a crisis occurs.

Organizational Skills

(Offered in January, April, July, October )​​

Personal time management skills are essential for professional success in any workplace. Those able to successfully implement calendaring, decluttering, and email organization strategies are able to control their workload rather than spend each day in a frenzy of activity reacting to crisis after crisis – stress declines and personal productivity soars! 


DiSC 1: Understanding You

(Offered in February, May, August, November)

Each of us has our own personality, preferences and styles. Our individual styles influence who we collaborate well with, and who we tend to have more difficulty with. This training will help you gain a deeper understanding of your style and an introduction to the other styles. 

DiSC 2: Understanding Other Styles

(Offered in February, May, August, November)

DiSC shows that we all approach our work according to what we prioritize. Our priorities also affect how we react to the people we work with. To work more effectively with others, we sometimes have to bridge differences in style preferences and priorities. This training will help you gain an understanding of the different styles and how to work effectively with them. 

Working as a Team

(Offered in  February, May, August, November)​

Misunderstandings, miscommunications, and personality clashes prevent teams from being effective. For individuals that would like to help their teams grow, improve productivity, and improve efficiency, this training will help you understand how to be in a strong, cohesive team that works well together. You will learn DiSC communication style strategies and methods to capitalize on the strengths and understanding the weaknesses of each style to work more effectively with your team. 

Productive Conflict

(Offered in  February, May, August, November)

This training will define conflict, help improve self-awareness of your conflict behaviors and responses to conflict. You will learn about your DiSC style and other DiSC styles in conflict. Attending will help you identify automatic destructive thoughts and understand how they can impact your conflict behaviors. You will learn how to reframe thoughts so that you can become more productive, and improve workplace results and relationships.


Essential Grammar Skills 

(Offered in March, June, September, and December)

At the end of the eLearning course learners should be able to study the parts of speech, the basic building blocks of Standard Written English (SWE), write complete, correct sentences with correct syntax and punctuation; write professionally by developing writing plans, drafting documents, and recognizing common writing mistakes.

Professional Business Writing

(Offered in January, April, July, and October)

*Strongly recommend that you take Essential Grammar Skills or are proficient with grammar and punctuation before taking this course.* In this training, you will learn techniques to clearly, concisely, and professionally communicate to your readers in emails, reports and other documents.​


Zoom Basics 

(Offered in January, April, July, October)

This Zoom Basics Training will help employees in getting started with your Zoom account, including essential steps like joining, scheduling, and hosting meetings; as well as an introduction to task bar controls and additional Zoom meeting features.

Zoom Intermediate 

(Offered in January, April, July, October)​

Building off of the Zoom Basics Training, this Zoom Intermediate Training will help employees in understanding the advanced features of Zoom, including advanced meeting setup, meeting management, presentation tools, participation engagement, and reports.

Microsoft Outlook – Coming August 2022

Essential People Skills

Emotional Intelligence

(Offered in April, June, September, December)

10 Workplace Skills

(Offered in March, May, August, November)

Soft skills are those skills which allow us to effectively work with others. No matter what your position, organization, or industry, you work with people! Taking the time to build effective soft skills can contribute to a more efficient, and more productive workplace. Having the technical skills and knowledge to successfully execute your job duties is only one part of being the best you can be in the workplace.

Interpersonal Skills

(Offered in May, July, September, November)

Customer Service

(Offered in March, June, September, December)

Learn strategies that will keep your team aligned and productive, including how to promote better communication and collaboration and how to boost morale while working to create high performing remote teams, even from a distance.

Managing Remote Teams

(Offered in February, May, August, November)

Learn strategies that will keep your team aligned and productive, including how to promote better communication and collaboration and how to boost morale while working to create high performing remote teams, even from a distance.

ANTHC Training and Development Q&A Sessions

(Offered in January, April, July, October)

Continuing Medical Education/Continuing Education Credits

ANTHC and THO staff may receive CE or CME credits for some of the Professional Development trainings. Doctors are eligible to receive CME’s, nurses CEs and pharmacists CEs for participating, many licensing and professional associations recognize a leadership book club as meeting the professional development credit requirements.

To receive credits:

  • Attend and participate in the Professional Development Training, and
  • Complete a SurveyMonkey Course Evaluation

In support of improving patient care, Alaska Native Medical Center (ANMC) is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), to provide continuing education for the healthcare team.