Campus Training and Professional Development
The Campus Training and Professional Development program for the employees of SUU consists of three forms of training services:
- Live, on-campus sessions
- Online tutorials
- Specialized series
Take advantage of all three opportunities to design your own professional-development plan!
For up-to-date information, schedules and opportunities, contact the Employee Engagement Coordinator, Renee Ballenger, at email@example.com or 435-865-8053 or in Bennion Building 101.
- After you participate in a Campus Training experience, let us know how well it served you by filling out a Campus Training Evaluation.
- Examples of past training sessions include Banner, Communication & Meditation, Excel, Photoshop, and Title IX. Check out the full list of past sessions.
- Resources and handouts from previous trainings will be posted as they are available.
Please let us know which trainings you would like to see again, as well as which new topics you'd like to see addressed. Email your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org .
As employees of a public institution of higher education, we are each responsible to complete federally-mandated trainings on Anti-Harassment. We are happy to announce that the institution now offers especially-convenient access for you to complete these trainings. The Title IX Training needs to be completed annually; the Sexual Harassment Training needs to be renewed only every three years.
- Your username is your T#.
- You DO NOT have to have anyone sign your certificates of completion!
Banner Self-Serve: Tutorials on Timecards, Leave Reports, EPAFs
Access Banner Self-Serve Tutorials
Work/Life Training: Variety of training options are available on topics that range from workplace situations to health/behavioral issues.
Access Work/Life Training
Username is your T#.
Microsoft® E-Learning: SUU employees are eligible to access training on various Microsoft® programs/platforms.
Access Microsoft® E-Learning
Portal login required.
This course is a concise tutorial designed for any employee who drives a work vehicle including both professional and nonprofessional drivers. The course content outlines special considerations for employees driving in inclement winter weather and includes real world driving scenarios to help keep you and others safe when you're driving in snow and/or ice. The course will review the particular hazards of winter driving, cover strategies for avoiding winter driving accidents, identify physical limitations of vehicles as they relate to winter driving, and cover skid avoidance, control, and recovery.
Complete the Winter Driving course (opens in new tab/window)
Time Required: 15 minutes
Special Training Opportunities
The Campus Training Coordinator and committee members are currently in the process of designing Special Training programs like a dynamic Supervisory training series, and a Professional Development Suite program with tailored facets to directly assist new employees, as well as seasoned employees.