Training and professional development opportunities are offered to support the knowledge, skill and productivity goals of University employees.
Administrative and Business Affairs
Visit this page to access the Administrative and Business Affairs portal, which lists all of the departmental websites included in this branch of the University.
Employee Safety and Risk Management Program
(formerly "OSHA Training")
This training webpage is USC Upstate’s primary means of employee safety training. This campus-wide resource is intended for use by all USC Upstate employees to facilitate and promote safety, health and environmental management.
Provided by the Division of Human Resources at no cost to you, SkillSoft is a provider of on-demand, e-learning and performance content including 3,200 online courses, 1,200 on-demand videos and more than 20,000 e-books.
Self-Paced Personal and Professional Development Materials
These online and recorded programs are intended to broaden individuals' skills or help prepare them for increased or new responsibilities.
Here you will find a list of trainings that have been offered in the past and/or are available for University departments or units.
University Policies and Procedures
This webpage contains documents outlining the formal policies and procedures of USC Upstate.
USC Professional Development Office
Training programs have been carefully developed to help employees increase their effectiveness by building and refining job skills and by gaining greater knowledge of USC operations. Developmental programs prepare personnel for increased or new responsibilities and broaden individuals as a whole.
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