Additional Learning Resources

There are a variety additional learning resources across campus:

C.A.R.E

Develop your cultural competency and contribute to an inclusive campus community by participating in the Conversations About Race & Ethnicity (C.A.R.E.) program, and the Safer People, Safer Spaces training.

Carebridge

Optimize your well-being with support from Carebridge, the Faculty and Staff Assistance Program.

CUPA

Explore training offered through professional organizations CUPA-HR (College and University Professional Association for Human Resources). Ask your supervisor if your department has a membership in a professional association relevant to your interests.

DPS and Crime Prevention

Department of Public Safety (DPS) provides training including driver safety, ergonomics, and fire safety.  Or, increase your sense of personal safety when you learn more about crime prevention strategies.

EHSS

Environmental Health and Safety Services (EHSS) provides training on safety and compliance regarding workplace hazards

Higher Education Recruitment Consortium

Syracuse University’s partnership with the Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (HERC) provides learning opportunities in areas of interest to higher education professionals, such as diversity and compliance, recruitment and retention, work-life and family.

Learning opportunities available from ITS

Lynda.com/Linked In learning

Choose from over 4,000 courses that you can complete on-demand, at your convenience, from business skills and marketing, to audio and video production, to web design and CAD on lynda.com. Sign in using your NetID and password.

Office of Equal Opportunity, Inclusion and Resolution Services

Preventing Sexual Harassment and various diversity related training options are available through the Office of Equal Opportunity, Inclusion and Resolution Services (EOIRS)

Other Learning Opportunities

Performance Partnership

Performance Partnership training and resources

Remitted Tuition

Remitted Tuition provides credit hours for eligible employees/retirees and their spouses/same sex domestic partners for undergraduate and graduate study.

Wellness + WorkLife

The Wellness Initiative offers programs, information and events for faculty and staff; including nutrition, physical activity, gratitude, positivity, Carebridge, Tobacco Cessation and more.