Effort Reporting (ERS) Training
Is training in effort reporting required, and if so, how will it be made available?
Yes, all department coordinators and sub-department coordinators are required to attend ERS training. In addition to training, all policies and procedure should be carefully reviewed to ensure compliance and accountability. Training is not mandatory for faculty and staff, although it’s strongly recommended that the home department provide some type of training or communication prior to their first online certification, as well as, stress the significance of certifying within a timely fashion (certification due date).
Department Coordinator/Sub-department Coordinator Training
All one-on-one training sessions should be scheduled via firstname.lastname@example.org. It will familiarize Department/Sub-department Coordinators with the federal regulations and Syracuse University policies and procedures that govern effort reporting and certification. It will also give Department/Sub-department Coordinators a step-by-step overview of the ERS system , as well as instructions on how to successfully complete the certification process from start to finish.
- Prior to ERS training, a fast request form must be submitted by your information coordinator and approved for system access.
- Upon the successful completion of training, a fast request form must be completed and submitted by your information coordinator for system access.
If anyone has any questions or concerns, please contact email@example.com.