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Student Enhancement Training

Students also have the opportunity to further their development by completing one of the four specialized certification. These tailored tracks provide students with extensive training in social justice; career readiness; mental health and crisis management; and wellness. The SET Core Certification must be completed first. It is a prerequisite for students who wish to attain one or more of the SET Specialized Certifications.

Below are some examples of courses offered in each of the SET Specialized Certifications.

Important note: the courses in the specialized certification are subject to change. To view the most updated course offerings, please register for SET and you will receive permission to login to our Webcourses page.

Social Justice Track

SET Social Justice Certification

  • Students must complete the full iConnect 8-hour program to receive certification*
  • Program offered through SDES Social Justice and Advocacy
  • iConnect is a highly selective experiential program designed to help students embrace personal growth, recognize differences and engage in shared experiences with others in order to build a welcoming and inclusive campus community. iConnect will serve as a leadership development opportunity for students to:
    • Develop increased awareness of self as an individual and group member
    • Gain understanding about commonalities and differences across socioeconomic and cultural boundaries
    • Identify actions that contribute to cultivating an inclusive campus environment
    • Learn more about self and others involvement in social structures of power and oppression
Career Readiness Track

SET Career Readiness Certification

  • The purpose of this track is to help students succeed both inside and outside of the classroom, specifically on how to be successful in their job search and future careers.
  • Listed below are some session options*. Students must complete at least 6 hours of training from the sessions listed below to receive certification.
    • Email Etiquette
      • Course offered through Integrity and Ethical Development
    • Ethical Decision Making
      • Course offered through Integrity and Ethical Development
    • Resume Writing
      • Course offered through Career Services
    • Interview Strategies
      • For completion students attend an in-person workshop OR schedule an appointment with a counselor to do a practice interview
      • Course offered through Career Services
    • Cent$ible Knights
      • Course offered in partnership with Office of Student Financial Assistance
    • Time Management
      • Course(s) offered by the Student Academic Resource Center
Mental Health and Crisis Management Track

SET Mental Health and Crisis Management Certification

  • Listed below are some session options*. Students must complete at least 6 hours of training from the sessions listed below to receive certification.
  • Please note that the sessions below with the “UCF CARES” designation count toward completion of the UCF Cares Advocate Certificate. Students will need to successfully complete the 4 designated sessions listed below to receive the certification.
    • Building a Culture of Care One Knight at a Time – UCF CARES
      • Course offered through Student Care Services
    • QPR Training: Assisting Students in Distress – UCF CARES
      • Course offered through Counseling and Psychological Services
    • UCF Cares Student Panel: Leadership through Service – UCF CARES
      • Course offered through Student Care Services
    • Mentors in Violence Prevention Training – UCF CARES
      • Course offered through the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities
    • First Aid (3 hours)**
      • The purpose of the American Red Cross First Aid class is to help participants recognize and respond appropriately to first aid emergencies.
      • Course offered through the Recreation and Wellness Center and is open to all UCF students. The cost is $19**. To register for the class, please come in to the administration office located on the second floor of the Recreation and Wellness Center.
Wellness Track

SET Wellness Certification

  • Listed below are some session options*. Students must complete at least 6 hours of training from the sessions listed below to receive certification.
    • Count Colors not Calories: A complete nutrition presentation
      • Course will be offered by Wellness and Health Promotion Services
    • How to Deal: A New Way to Look at Stress Management
      • Course will be offered by Wellness and Health Promotion Services
    • You, Me and Sexual Wellness: Everything Under the Covers
      • Course will be offered by Wellness and Health Promotion Services
    • Active Knights
      • Course will be offered by Wellness and Health Promotion Services and the RWC

*The exact courses listed in each certification are subject to change. To view the most updated course offering, please register for SET and you will receive permission to login to our Webcourses page.