Given the state of the economy worldwide, redundancy is an ever growing threat to anyone that's not self-employed. I'm old enough to remember the recession in the UK when staff would turn up for work only to find the gates locked and chained and no way to get in. Now's the time to update that CV (resume) while you can still remember any dates of courses or training you took in house and if not, you still have the opportunity to find out via your desk diary, memos or Human Resources. I'd advise you if you have any paperwork or certificates in your office you may need relating to your qualifications or appraisals etc. to ensure you at least have a copy of it at home. It can be very hard to recall specifics of exactly when you attended something, what was covered in a long ago training session, prove what was noted in your appraisals or any in house qualifications attained once your access to the information is restricted. Once you start looking you'll find information on courses you forgot you'd attended because you've never used it. You still have that knowledge though, and it deserves to be on that resume. For example I have Minicom training which I've never used in my life but I've done it so it's there. When I did my own a number of years ago when redundancies were being rumored, it doubled what I had listed under training. It's a worthwhile exercise in my opinion not only if you need to look for another job, but if you have to apply for your own. That can and does happen - when redundancies are imminent, a favorite ploy of some companies is to ask you to prove why you should stay on staff, are an asset to the company or such like. Be ready! And I hope you never need it.