[Micronet] Room Changes and Calpact 2015

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[Micronet] Room Changes and Calpact 2015

Kathleen Valerio

Greetings Friends of Calpact,

We have several important announcements regarding Calpact’s Spring Training Schedule:

1.    Now that the majority of OE projects have moved into operations, we are closing room #135 at 2150 Shattuck effective Feb 13th.
The lease is not being renewed.

2.   We are also finalizing plans to renovate 28 University Hall, to include new carpeting and tables.  During the construction phase all training will be relocated to 2150 Shattuck or some other computer lab on campus.  Present estimates have 28 UHall off-line through February 27th. Therefore, we are not ready to post the Spring Calpact Schedule just yet.

3.  Calpact will announce access to an on-line training vendor on January 20th to help fill in the gap.

Our regular instructor-lead schedule will be posted as soon as plans are finalized.  We anticipate offering classes February through June - locations to be determined.

Please feel free to contact me with questions or concerns. 

Yours truly, 

Kathleen Valerio, CalPact Coordinator 
Learning + Organizational Development

192 University Hall
2199 Addison St.
Berkeley, CA 94720-3540

Ph 510 643-0452
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@KathleenValeri0

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