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/

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

Cybersecurity Awareness Training (Annual)

Description:

Annual Cybersecurity Awareness Training is part of your employment obligation and is required per the UW System Board of Regents.

Employees who do not complete the training will be deemed ineligible for pay adjustments and bonuses and ineligible for pay play increases.

Audience

Cybersecurity Awareness Training is required for all faculty and staff (including graduate and undergraduate student employees) per UWSA Policy 1032 (Source: wisconsin.edu). It is also available for all students.

Employees who do not complete the training will be deemed ineligible for pay adjustments and bonuses determined by their local schools, colleges, or divisions and ineligible for pay plan increases. Complete your training today to satisfy this requirement.

Information and training options can be found on the website Cybersecurity Awareness Training (Source: it.wisc.edu). You can access the training once you have set up your NetID and MFA-Duo.

Renewal:
Annually
Register:
https://it.wisc.edu/it-projects/cybersecurity-awareness-training/#started

Campus Security Authorities 2023-2024

Description:

This training is required on an annual basis. This training will summarize the requirements for Campus Security Authorities to include: why you are a Campus Security Authority, what your role is as a Campus Security Authority and what you are required to do as a Campus Security Authority. Resources and reporting information is included in the training.

Renewal:
Annually
Register:
https://go.wisc.edu/CleryCSA

UW Madison Campus-Wide New Employee Orientation

Description:

Description:
Welcome to UW-Madison! Join us to learn about UW-Madison history, tradition, and organizational structure. You will have an opportunity to:
• Connect with other new employees
• Learn about the history and structure of UW-Madison
• Explore who makes up the campus community
• Discover available tools and resources for employees
• And have fun along the way!

Register:
https://hr.wisc.edu/professional-development/courses/?q=new+employee+orientation

Benefits 101

Description:
The session provides new WRS employees at UW-Madison with benefit plan information, including:

– How to enroll in new employee benefits
– What is the Wisconsin Retirement System (WRS)?
– State Group Health plan options (what insurance will cost you, how it will work)
– Income Continuation Insurance (ICI), a type of disability insurance
– Brief overviews of supplemental plans (dental, vision, life and accident insurance, flexible spending and the 403b and 457b retirement plans)

Most benefits have 30-day enrollment deadlines, so plan to attend within the first 30 days of employment. If you are unable to attend a Benefits 101 within your first 30 days of employment, please review:

– YouTube video of Benefits 101 presentation
– Most new employees can enroll in insurance plans online using Self-service (eBenefits)
– Informational brochures and application forms

If you register for an online live session: information on how to join will be emailed to you before the session.
If you register for an in-person session: please note the location at time of sign up.

Contact Info:
Any questions regarding this event, registration or cancellations can be directed to the UW-Madison Benefits Services.
Benefits Forms and Publications can be found at: http://www.ohr.wisc.edu/benefits/forms-publications.aspx
Register:
https://hr.wisc.edu/professional-development/courses/?q=benefits+101

Responsible Employee Training

Description:

This training is required for anyone designated as a Responsible Employee in the UW-Madison Policy on Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence. Responsible Employees, because of their roles on campus, have certain reporting requirements regarding potential violations of the policy.

You have been designated as a Responsible Employee per the guidelines of our campus policy on Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence. Your position on campus is one that students, co-workers or visitors see as a trusted representative of the university. In this role, you have an important duty in ensuring victims of sexual harassment and sexual violence are properly connected to resources and reporting options.

As a Responsible Employee, you are required to complete an annual training regarding your reporting obligations.

Audience

You have been designated as a Responsible Employee per the guidelines of our campus policy on Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence. Your position on campus is one that students, co-workers or visitors see as a trusted representative of the university. In this role, you have an important duty in ensuring victims of sexual harassment and sexual violence are properly connected to resources and reporting options.

As a Responsible Employee, you are required to complete an annual training regarding your reporting obligations.

Renewal:
Annually
Register:
https://go.wisc.edu/88ls97

Preventing Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence at UW–Madison

Description:

Preventing Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence at UW–Madison is a required online training module for all UW-Madison faculty and staff on how to recognize, prevent, and respond to sexual assault and sexual violence in the workplace. Information about reporting options and campus and community resources to support individuals who have experienced sexual harassment or sexual violence are also provided.

Employees without access to a computer as part of their daily work responsibilities and our English language learners will be offered alternate training opportunities on this important topic.

All employees must take the course to meet our compliance obligations under Board of Regents Policy 14-2.

Audience

All UW-Madison Employees

Register:
https://www.talent.wisc.edu/Catalog/Default.aspx?CK=73721