Governor Newsom Has Announced a new resource to help parents working in essential fields find safe and licensed childcare.
The new California Childcare Portal has been created to help families working in essential fields (such as health care, police, postal services, grocery, and emergency services) find licensed childcare in their area during the COVID-19 pandemic. The site is easy to use by just typing in a zip code for a result of childcare centers and homes that are currently open, their capacity, licensing history, and other useful information for choosing care.
Training courses for CHRS Recruiting were originally scheduled to begin this month. However, due to a shift in the overall timeline of the project, the training will now begin in June. Details are being finalized and an announcement is forthcoming.
If you previously registered for a training session, you will be contacted and given first priority to move to one of the new dates. At this time, we are planning to deliver all training remotely via Zoom. We also plan to record a session of each course and make them available online.
Your patience is appreciated as we work through these changes. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The majority of employees on campus have transitioned to a remote work space and are adapting to a temporary telecommuting lifestyle. We are pleased to announce several optional online training opportunities through CSULearn and LinkedIn Learning to assist you while working from home. Details on the various course offerings are below.
New CSULearn Courses
Several new learning bundles have been released by the Chancellor’s Office that are available for all employees. These courses are optional and can be reached from the CSULearn Library, under CSU’s Professional Development. Course topics include:
- Mindful Meeting Exercises
- Student Employees (courses designed for our student workers)
- Work-Life Balance
- Working Virtually
From the CSULearn main page, click the Library icon:
Once the library opens, click the arrow to open the CSU Professional Development list then click on the item you wish to learn more about:
Questions regarding CSULearn? Email email@example.com.
Recommended Courses in LinkedIn Learning
LinkedIn Learning has a wealth of optional courses for your personal development. We have created two training collections specifically focused on Working Remotely and Work-Life Balance:
If you have an existing LinkedIn account and have not yet accessed LinkedIn Learning, you will be prompted to connect your accounts. If you do not have a LinkedIn account you may still view these courses.
Questions regarding LinkedIn Learning? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.