Course Descriptions

  TSU Office of Institutional Compliance 

 

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

Procurement Services: Procurement Card/Travel Card

Course Designed for:

New or Potential Cardholders, CBAs, DBAs, Officer Managers, and Administrative Assistants

 

 

The training will touch on the Policies and Procedures of the P-Card and Travel Card. The Credit Card Program is available to TSU divisions/departments as an innovative method that provides a simple means to procure acceptable commodities and to provide an efficient, cost-effective method for Travel expenditures within delegated limits.   If used to its potential, the program will result in significant reductions in data entry of small orders, vouchers processing, check processing, and prompt pay interest.

 

 


Procurement Services:  Global Card Management
 

Course Designed for:

New or Potential Cardholders, CBAs, DBAs, Officer Managers, and Administrative Assistants

 

This training will allow you to reconcile your individual as well as the department expense reports for both the Procurement card and the Travel card. We will go through every step of the reconciliation process.

 

 

 

 
 
 
Environment Health & Safety:  Drivers’ Safety Training
 

Course Designed for:

All employees who operates University vehicles

 

Basics of safe driving are covered in this class. Subjects such as stopping distance, driving while drowsy, road rage, seat belts, and habitual violations will be discussed. Videos, lecture, and class participation and discussion are all used to help inform and remind employees of the rights, responsibilities, and privilege of being behind the wheel. This course cannot be used for ticket dismissal.

 

 

 

 

Office of Information Technology: Information Security Awareness Training
 
Course Designed for:
 
All authorized users of the state agency's information resources according to the Texas Administrative Code §202
 
Below is a list of topics that are discussed during the training:
  • The nature of sensitive material and physical assets they may come in contact with, such as trade secrets, privacy concerns and student information;
  • Employee and contractor responsibilities in handling sensitive information, including review of employee nondisclosure agreements;
  • Requirements for proper handling of sensitive material (student records) in physical form, including marking, transmission, storage and destruction;
  • Proper methods for protecting sensitive information (student records) on computer systems, including password policy and use of two-factor authentication;
  • Other computer security concerns, including malware, phishing, social engineering, etc.;
  • Workplace security, including building access, wearing of security badges, reporting of incidents, forbidden articles, etc.;
  • Consequences of failure to properly protect information, including potential loss of employment, economic consequences to the firm, damage to individuals whose private records are divulged, and possible civil and criminal penalties.