You contribute significantly in helping provide a quality education to our students. These training programs provide you with an opportunity to foster your own career development as well as make you even more effective in your job. We encourage you to participate in the training programs that best fit your needs.
Your comments about these and other potential training programs are welcome.
Work-related online computer courses are available to University employees. Visit www.ed2go.com/suemptrng for course offerings which include: Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Publisher, Time Management, Business Writing and Effective Communication among others.
Each course runs for 6 weeks and consists of 12 lessons. Classes begin the third Wednesday of each month. Registration deadline is the Monday before class starts. You must register with the Human Resources Office first with approval from your supervisor. Two hours of work time each week for 6 weeks are allowed for the courses.
The documents below are intended to supplement your on-line training on Title IX and Harassment. Please read them carefully. Especially Title IX On-line Supplement, as it has Suffolk-specific information.
Read the full Suffolk University Policy & Procedures on Sexual Misconduct
ITS offers technology learning opportunities for Suffolk University faculty and staff to aid in performing key job tasks. Applications include: Open Text/Red Dot, Microsoft Office, Qualtrics Survey Software.