Training & Development

Training and development programs enhance skills and competencies of SUNY Potsdam employees. Some programs and services are available to all state employees while others are available only to employees represented by a particular union.

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Online Compliance Training:

To access your required employee training, please follow these instructions:

  1. Click on the following link:
  2. Enter your username (your e-mail address)
  3. Enter your password (your date of birth in MMDDYY format)
  4. Click the "Sign-In" button

Civil Service Employee Association, Inc. (CSEA)
The NYS & CSEA Partnership for Education and Training offers education and training programs for CSEA represented employees. 

  1. 2015 Spring Skills for Success Course Catalog
  2. 2015 Spring Skills for Success Region 5 Schedule
  3. 2015 Spring Skills for Success Webinars

Public Employees Federation (PEF)
Programs for PEF employees include tuition assistance, workshops, and grants.

United University Professions (UUP)
NYS/UUP Joint Labor-Management Committees offers education and training grants to UUP employees.

Online Self-Study and Instructor Lead courses:
A series of courses is available to employees who would like to further their professional
development. A summary of these self-study and instructor lead courses may be
accessed at

Agency Services
Curriculum, grants, and organization development resources to support state agency supervisors, managers, leaders, and training professionals.

Statewide Learning Management System (SLMS)

Browse online learning opportunities available for all employees.

To access the Statewide Learning Management System:

  • Log on to the SUNY Portal
  • Select the e-Business Services Tab
  • Select the link for SLMS

- SUNY Potsdam is a member of the SUNY Center for Professional Development (CPD). As an active member, SUNY Potsdam receives a number of professional development "points" that may be used by SUNY Potsdam employees to pay for the cost of registration to SUNY CPD-sponsored academic program events.