LinkedIn Learning (Access point)

Description:

LinkedIn Learning is an online educational platform that helps you discover and develop business, technology-related, and creative skills through expert-led course videos. With more than 5,000 courses and personalized recommendations, you can discover, complete, and track courses related to your field and interests.

Although LinkedIn Learning is an approved tool for UW–‍Madison faculty, staff and students, we discourage its use when applied directly to assessing student knowledge or performance.

Benefits:

Free and available 24/7, Geared towards all levels of experience from beginners to experts, Learn at your own pace: play, pause, rewind, Resources for classes that require software skills, Easily searches and quick to browse, Topics range from office productivity and graphic design tools to programming and web production codes

Register:
https://it.wisc.edu/services/online-training-linkedin-learning/

Understanding Organizational Politics

Description:

Organizational politics are a natural part of any work setting. Sometimes those politics are ethical and helpful, other times they can be toxic and harmful. Being able to navigate the politics of your organization can help you be a better leader. This module will help you understand the dynamics of organizational politics.

As a result of this module, you will be able to:

· Shift your perceptions around organizational politics

· Differentiate between constructive vs. destructive org politics

· Discuss contributing factors, power, and influence

· Develop constructive political strategies

Register:
https://hr.wisc.edu/professional-development/courses/?q=understanding+org

Emotional Intelligence@Work

Description:

Practicing emotional intelligence (EQ) is an essential part of developing connection with others. The ability to recognize our own and others’ feelings is invaluable in today’s work environment. In this three-part course, you will learn and practice skills and strategies that build connection, trust, and cultivate inclusive decision-making and a sense of belonging. Emotional Intelligence@Work is offered in two formats: a three-part, highly interactive, in-person cohort experience, or pick and choose to learn about specific topics in 90-minute EQ@Work Skills and Strategies virtual sessions. You will be invited to bring your own experiences and understanding as tools for individual and collective reflection, learning, discussion, and practice with others. If you are interested in gathering with colleagues and build your awareness, understanding, and capacity for emotional intelligence (EQ) – this is for you! Use these links to check out each course offering format.

  1. https://hr.wisc.edu/professional-development/courses/?q=Emotional+Intelligence+%40
  2. https://hr.wisc.edu/professional-development/courses/?q=EQ+Skills+ 
Register:

Learn more about the program here: https://hr.wisc.edu/professional-development/programs/inclusion-at-uw/emotional-intelligencework/

Intermediate Software Skills Trainings

Description:
UW–Madison partners with LinkedIn Learning for online technology training, and with New Horizons for in-person and live on-line courses.
New Horizons offers discounted face-to-face or live virtual computer application and software classes for UW staff and faculty. Trainings are available through New Horizons on Microsoft Office, Adobe, Leadership skills, Windows, Cisco, Google Cloud, and more. For a full list of course offerings and descriptions, check out New Horizon’s 2021 Learning Catalog.
LinkedIn Learning offers free online self-study software tutorials that are available 24/7. LinkedIn Learning trainings cover topics that range from office productivity and graphic design tools to programming and web production codes. Trainings are offered in a range of skill levels for each topic.

Quick links to advanced trainings:

Audience

All employees

Register:

Click on above links for more information.

Recognize, Respond, Refer: Suicide Prevention Training for Faculty and Staff

Description:

Recognize, Respond, Refer: Suicide Prevention Training for Faculty and Staff is a multi-part, online program that provides information and guidance for faculty and staff around supporting mental health, intervening, and preventing suicide in UW-Madison students. This training does not offer immediate support to those in distress. Instead, it prepares faculty and staff to be better able to support students in the future. Suicide prevention training is one part of a broader suicide prevention strategy on campus. This course can also be beneficial for those not directly involved with students.

Register:
https://canvas.wisc.edu/enroll/JJ8EJW

NFPA 70E Refresher (canvas)

Description:

A self-paced course.
There is a series of 5 videos, totaling about 4 hours. After watching the videos, there is a required 10-question Quiz. You must receive a PASSING score of 7 correct of 10 to be considered complete. Attendees may make multiple attempts at the quiz, although some quiz questions may change on repeat attempts.

Electrical workers often need to examine, operate, or work on, or near, live electrical equipment. Understanding how to identify electrical hazards and mitigate the risks associated with electrical hazards is an important component of electrical competency.

This 4-hour course will provide refresher training and updated information on the industry electrical safety consensus standard National Fire Protection Associate (NFPA) 70E-2018, Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace. Course content will assume attendees have previously received general NFPA 70E training and that this proposed course will focus on updates, and implications of the updates, from the 2018 revision of the standard.

Register:
https://www.talent.wisc.edu/Catalog/Default.aspx?EK=85295

Campus Master Plan Training Sessions

Description:

To ensure projects are proceeding within the intent of the Campus Master Plan and to increase understanding and promotion of the plan throughout Facility Planning & Delivery the following trainings are being offered.

Each training sessions will be between 45-60 minutes in length. Sessions are recorded for onboarding use.

Session #1: Campus Master Planning at UW-Madison (Williams)
Overview of the planning process and components of the Campus Master Plan. Why do we do campus master plans, what is the process, what does it tells us, how is it used on campus, things it includes and doesn’t include. Where is it located? Where have we been and how does it inform where we are going?

Session #2: The Design Review Board and Zoning Review Process (Williams)
As part of the city of Madison approval of the Campus Master Plan UW is required to have a design review process. What is the Design Review Board, when and how do we get zoning approvals on projects? Discuss why the city reviews our projects along with the various paths of approval a project could take.

Session #3: The Campus Master Plan and S/C/D Facility Master Plans (Brown)
The Campus Master Plan is a broad, visionary document. Our schools, colleges and divisions on the other hand must complete strategic plans and specific facility master plans that look in more detail including facility condition assessments, programmatic space utilization and defining gaps that feed into and inform the Campus Master Plan.

Session #4: Landscape Master Plan (Williams)
How do we use and design the spaces in between our buildings? What is the big vision for the campus landscape? Present the framework for making decisions across campus related to the campus landscape and site design. How do we deal with existing trees on campus and what is the campus tree policy?

Session #5: Utility Master Plan (Hanson)
Explain our existing utility distribution system as well as the recommendations to modify and expand them to accommodate proposed future development based on current and future loads.

Session #6: Long Range Transportation Master Plan (Mendez)
As an update to the 2005 Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP), what is in the plan, how does it influence design, and ultimately what are the strategies to make travel safer and more convenient.

Session #7: Green Infrastructure & Stormwater Management Master Plan (Williams)
How do we model leadership in the areas of sustainability, resiliency, and rainwater management as we continue to develop campus within the context of our lakeshore setting?

Session #8: Campus Design Guidelines & Standards (Williams)
The campus design guidelines are a site-specific framework for each ‘design neighborhood’ across campus to ensure an appropriate dialogue occurs between the university and our design consultants.

Audience

Training sessions are for anyone interested within FP&D with particular encouragement given to Project Managers. By placing equal importance on both buildings and outdoor space, the plan sets a precedent that ensures the development of a world class campus in harmony with its setting while providing appropriate space to accommodate future programmatic needs.

Register:

Access the session recordings from this BOX Folder.

Using e-Reimbursement – Approver/Auditor Training

Description:

Learn how to approve/deny/send back expense reports and how to use SFS queries and resources. Required for all e-Reimbursement approvers and auditors.

Audience

This session is recommended for all e-Reimbursement approvers and auditors.

Register:
https://hr.wisc.edu/professional-development/courses/?q=EXPENSE+reimbursement

Expense Reimbursement – Traveler/Alternate Training

Description:

This training will be presented live, virtually. The session invitation/materials will be sent to all who registered 1-2 days in advance of the session. Until that time, you may want to put a placeholder on your calendar. If you are trying to register after the deadline, email dawn.rekoske@wisc.edu for assistance.

Learn how to create an expense report, assign an alternate, and review pending/completed expense reports. Recommended for frequent travelers and alternates.

Audience

This session is recommended for frequent travelers and alternates.

Register:
https://hr.wisc.edu/professional-development/courses/?q=EXPENSE+reimbursement

UW-Madison: Historic Preservation Training

Description:

Overview of the campus historic preservation review process—as mandated by Wisconsin statute.  Understand what types of construction activities, and which buildings and landscapes require review. Learn where to locate online resources that list reviewable buildings and landscapes.

Audience

Anyone who is involved with construction or maintenance activities on campus—all phases of planning, design and implementation.  Of particular importance to project managers and field supervisors.

Register:
https://www.talent.wisc.edu/Catalog/Default.aspx?CK=73241

AssetWork Full Comprehensive Training (Capital Planning & Project Management (CPPM))

Description:

There are two recorded training sessions for the Capital Planning & Project Management (CPPM) component functions in Assetworks. These were live trainings recorded. You should work with your supervisor for any questions related to Assetworks.

Session 1 (2 hours)

  • Assetworks AiM Overview
  • Roles & Responsibilities
  • Capital Project Data Overview
  • Create My Projects query in TEST and PROD
  • Working with a Capital Project in AiM

Session 2 (2 hours)

  • Budget Revisions
  • Work Orders  (how to request work, how to view work orders and their costs)
  • Direct Expenses
  • Contracts, Invoices and Pay Apps  (explanation and viewing them…Contract Admin input ONLY)
  • Construction Directives, Proposals, Change Orders
  • Reports Available
  • How to create and manipulate saved queries in PROD
  • ½ hour working time for PMs in PROD
Audience

Those that have Project Management, Capital Planning, or Administrative Roles related to Capital Projects.

Register:

Locate both sessions in this BOX folder.

Chemical Safety Specialist EHS Department Training

Description:

Use the link below to find your EHS Department specific online trainings.

Please reach out to your supervisor with any questions.

Register:

Click here for EHS Chemical Safety Specialist trainings.

UW System Learning Path

Description:

UW System provides courses that are assigned to you based on your position. These courses may include:

  • Intro to HRS
  • Security Awareness
  • PY Payroll Calendar
Audience

All employees

Register:

Click here to access your learning path.

Merchant Card Processing: PCI Compliance for Site Managers

Description:

In this interactive discussion, attendees will learn about the PCI compliance process, how this compliance initiative will affect their business practices and processes, and how they can help their department/division avoid serious financial exposure by meeting and adhering to the PCI Data Security Standard.

Please contact PCI-Help@bussvc.wisc.edu for further information.

NOTE: For the health, safety, and convenience of everyone, this training will be conducted virtually instead of in-person at the date/time indicated. All who have registered will receive a meeting invite at least two business days in advance of the session. If you would like to register after the registration deadline, please contact dawn.rekoske@wisc.edu.

Audience

This session is for DBRs and PCI Site Managers for NEW credit card merchant accounts, or who are NEW to their position and have not previously attended Merchant Card Processing (DBR and Site Manager PCI Compliance) in a previous year.

 

Please contact PCI-Help@bussvc.wisc.edu for further information or Anne Bogan (dept contact)

Register:
https://www.talent.wisc.edu/Catalog/Default.aspx?CK=69646

Custodian Funds Training – Bank Reconciliations

Description:

This is a self-paced course intended to be taken after completing the basic Custodian Funds Canvas course.

Audience

All individuals with a Reconciler role for a Custodian Fund bank account are required to complete this training. It is optional for Custodians of Custodian Fund bank accounts.

Prerequisite:
Custodian Funds Training
Register:
https://hr.wisc.edu/professional-development/courses/?q=custodian+funds

Custodian Funds Training

Description:

This is a self-paced course in Canvas that you may complete anytime at your convenience.

The course provides background information on Custodian Funds, information on the various types of Custodian Funds, and Custodian Fund procedures such as opening and closing procedures and reconciliation procedures.

Audience

All individuals involved with the management and control of Custodian Funds are required to complete it.

Register:
https://hr.wisc.edu/professional-development/courses/?q=custodian+funds

Wisconsin Public Records Law Basics for State Employees

Description:

Wisconsin’s Public Records Law, Wis. Stats. §19.31-19.39 is designed to serve two essential functions: transparency and accountability regarding the affairs of the government and the official acts of its officers and employees. As a unit of the state government, UW-Madison is subject to the Law, and the records of University officers and employees are subject to public access. Further, the Law presumes that denial of public access to this information is contrary to the public interest and only in exceptional cases may access be denied.

 

UW-Madison Office of Compliance: Public Records Guidelines for Employees: https://compliance.wisc.edu/2023-public-records-guidelines-for-employees/

You can read more about Wisconsin Public Records Law Guidelines for Employees here.

 

You can read more about Wisconsin Public Records here.

 

 

Audience

Recommended for all UW-Madison employees every three years.

Register:

UW-Madison Office of Compliance: Public Records Guidelines for Employees

Ergonomics Resources

Description:

EHS provides ergonomic services free-of-charge to eligible UW–Madison employees to promote health and safety, decrease injury potential and Worker’s Compensation expenses, and increase productivity.

Resources include virtual consultations, assessment sessions, and showroom appointments. Specific resources are available on the blue light impact on workers, Divisional Disability Representatives, ergonomics training, remote workspace ergonomics, backpack ergonomics, selecting a sit to stand unit, back safety and material handling, and Campus Furniture Memo.

Audience

All employees

Register:

Click here for resources.

Supervising in a Hybrid Work Environment (resource)

Description:

The key to successfully supervising in a hybrid work environment starts with the same fundamentals of good in-person supervision, but the way in which you do it looks different. It is best to check in with each employee to get a sense of their comfort level with hybrid work and managing their workload.

 

Table of Contents

Register:

Check out the resource here

Introduction to Cisco Jabber

Description:

Cisco Jabber is a platform that employees can use to receive calls from their office phone on their mobile device. Below you will find training materials from the UW-Madison KnowledgeBase to help with the use and understanding of Cisco Jabber.

 

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Click on each learning above.