NOTE: Students with disabilities who believe they may need accommodations in this class are encouraged to contact Disability Resources (527-4278), Analy Village – C, as soon as possible to better ensure such accommodations are implemented in a timely fashion.
Hardware and Software
Before taking this .5 unit class, students should have: *a computer or daily access to one *an account with an Internet Service Provider *an email account *a working knowledge of concepts and skills required to use a computer, operating system, basic software (such as an word processing application), and key Internet specific applications (such as browser and email software).
As a starting point, this class assumes you already know and have done all the above. If not, you should not take this class until you have taken suitable introductory computer class(es). The course, CSKLS 334, How to Take an On-Line Class, is specifically recommended.
To pass this class you must complete the assigned course reading in the online Handbook, and interactive assignments and quizzes. Plan on spending approximately 8-10 hours per week completing the assigned work.
You will need to access Adobe Reader to review the PDF documents contained in the material. A link is provided in this Section Home Page (see links below).
Remember that even though this is an online class, the SRJC Student Code of Conduct still applies. Also remember that, in this class, we are Human Resource Professionals. Please be sure your work and your class messaging reflects the best of both the JC and the Profession.
PRIMARY TEXT: All required content is contained online. Students who are enrolled in the HR Certificate Program or who are seeking an Associates in HR might want to print the pages as they study them. Preparation for HR66 includes this content material and the online pages may not be accessible for review at that time.
SECONDARY TEXT: The link below (Littlerforecasts 2010) is to a Report issued by the law firm Littler Mendelson. The report discusses Employment, Labor and Benefit Law Trends for this decade. Information about this Report will be included on the HR66 Certificate Exam and may be part of a required paper for HR66. It is suggested that HR Certificate and HR AA candidates take the time to read the document while they are taking the required prerequisite HR classes (HR60, HR61, etc.).
Before you can participate in this class you must register with Admissions & Records. When the class actually begins, you must check in online as soon as possible. By checking in, you'll notify your instructor of your email address and you'll create your personal username and password. You'll need that username and password to access some Web-based components of your class and/or to fully participate in certain online activities. After you check in, your username and password will not be activated until your instructor accepts you into the class; acceptance might sometimes take a day or two, so don't delay! Check in as soon as class begins.
This class is configured so that you MUST go through the CATE check-in process. No username or password will be functional until you successfully complete the check-in process and your instructor accepts you into class.
Use the following link to reach the online check-in page for this class:
The check-in link is no longer available because check-in has closed. The check-in link for this section was open in this location from 17 March 2013 through 27 March 2013.
Your CATE username and password are case-sensitive. Username is not the same as username which is not the same as USERNAME. Password is not the same as password
which is not the same as PASSWORD. You must enter your username and password correctly in order for them to work.
This is the homepage for one section of HR 62 at Santa Rosa Junior College.
Information on this page applies to this particular section and has been placed here by the instructor of this section.
Other sections of this course might be taught by different instructors, might be delivered by different means
(such as in the classroom, on the Internet, or via television), and in any event might not use the same information presented on this page.
For a full listing of all sections of this course, visit the
complete schedule of classes.
You must be a Santa Rosa Junior College student in order to take any section of this course.
If you are not already an SRJC student, you must first apply for admission to the college.
After you have been admitted to SRJC, then you must officially enroll in this course through
the Admissions and Records Department. Read the SRJC Online Orientation for more information on eligibility, registration, fees, etc.
SRJC is committed to making courses accessible to students with disabilities. If you experience difficulty with accessing required or reasonably necessary
course materials, please contact the instructor or the Disability Resources Department.