Partnership Courses

Courses for CSEA-represented NYS Employees

Skills for Success Fall 2016 - Courses are now available in the following categories: Adult Education Basics; Computer Skills; Individual Development; Interpersonal Communication; Safety and Health; Trades Operations, and Maintenance; and Work Management. Individual CSEA-represented employees can enroll, with supervisory approval, through the Statewide Learning Management System (SLMS) or by completing the Partnership's course application form. Courses are offered at training sites across the state or via webinar.

Adult Education Basics (AEB) - Courses are offered in a variety of topics including: Reading, Writing, and Math Skills; English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL); Introductory Spanish as a Second Language; and College Preparatory Skills. Also available to AEB students are one-on-one support from Educational Advisement Services staff and special tuition vouchers to take basic skills remedial courses from educational institutions.

Online Learning Catalog - Individual CSEA-represented NYS employees can choose from two Labor-Management and over 7,000 Skillsoft self-paced online courses. Courses can be taken at home or at work with supervisory approval. Online Learning course categories include: Administrative Support; Communication; Finance and Accounting; Grammar and Writing; Leadership and Management; Math Skills; Personal Computer; Personal Development; Professional Information Technology; and Safety and Health.

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Courses Brought to a Worksite by NYS Managers and CSEA Leaders

Courses Brought to a Worksite by NYS Managers and CSEA Leaders

Partnership Course Catalog - New York State managers and CSEA leaders can jointly request to bring Partnership courses to their agency or facility worksites.

More than 100 courses are available in the following categories: Adult Education Basics; Individual Development; Interpersonal Communication; Labor-Management Services; Language Skills; Math Skills; Safety and Health; Trades, Operations, and Maintenance; Work Management; and Writing Skills.

Updated: August 3, 2016