Training & Development

At CSU East Bay, training and developing our university community is not only a necessity but also our mission. Our goal is to create an environment where people can achieve their full potential, increase their productivity, and expand their professional and personal horizons. Recognizing that individuals deserve relevant, comprehensive, and effective training and development opportunities, we are dedicated to providing meaningful programs that address the evolving needs of our employees and community partners.

Learning on Demand

CSU Learn is CSU's learning management system for student assistants, employees, auxillaries, volunteers and contractors to access compliance, professional development and instructor led training.
CSU Bridge is CSU's learning management system specifically for students to access safety and compliance training along with development content to prepare them for their career.

CSU Bridge Login - For Students

California State University East Bay requires that employees take certain courses to comply with state and university  requirements that are driven by federal law, state law or CSU policy.

Compliance Training for CSU Employees-Table provides details on required training for CSU East Bay employees. All courses are available in CSU Learn Login

Driving for Campus Business

All operators of state vehicles and private vehicles while driving on state business must complete Defensive Drivers Training. Training is required every 4 years.



LinkedIn Learning

CSUEB has teamed up with LinkedIn Learning for staff and faculty. LinkedIn Learning has over 14,000 online video tutorials to provide relevant professional development training courses related to your job or interest to take your skills to the next level. Login to CSU's East Bay LinkedIn Learning SSO URL

It’s safe to say that the world-wide COVID-19 pandemic has affected nearly every human life on the planet. It has brought with it significant changes to the ways we live and work, turning terms like social distancing and quarantine into household words.  In the aftermath of the worst of it, the world is struggling to create an evolving new normal. What that will look like for businesses and employees as we unplug from working remotely and return to work? How will we reconnect with our coworkers and reestablish working routines? How can we help create a safe working environment by following new procedures? The "Return to Work Post-Pandemic" courses focus on how employees can foster their flexibility and resiliency in the post-pandemic workplace.  
 Learn how to:
  • Lead in the Post-pandemic Workplace
  • Reassemble in the Post-pandemic Workspace
  • How to bring people back by instituting Post-pandemic Work Policies and Protocols
  • Manage in the post-pandemic World
 Materials in this course are based upon content provided in partnership with "MIT Sloan Management Review." 
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