Cybersecurity Awareness Training

Description:

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

  1. Beginning the week of April 27, you will receive an email from “no-reply@drip7.com”. This is a legitimate message. Drip7 is a trusted partner we are working with to host this training.
  2. The message includes your primary UW–Madison email, a temporary password, and a link to the online training site.
There Are Two Training Options Available To Campus:
  • Option 1:A highly visual and interactive Cybersecurity Awareness Training delivered through the Drip7 platform. You can complete this training in approximately 20 minutes. This training is less accessible to people with visual and motor disabilities.
  • Option 2: A text-based Cybersecurity Awareness Training delivered in Canvas by the UW–Madison Office of Cybersecurity. This training is very accessible to all users, including those with disabilities. Enroll at https://canvas.wisc.edu/enroll/F7G6PP on April 30 to enroll in this training. We are working to translate this training into our six languages. If you require one of these versions, please contact cybersecurityawareness@cio.wisc.edu.

If you’d like more information you can check out the Cybersecurity Training Website.

Audience

Cybersecurity Awareness Training for all faculty and staff (excluding graduate and undergraduate student employees) rolls out beginning April 26, and must be completed by June 30, 2021.

  • Employees must complete Cybersecurity Awareness Training by June 30th, 2021.
  • New employees must complete Cybersecurity Awareness Training within the first 30 days of their employment.
  • This will become an annual training.
Register:

Click here to go to the training website.

(The first time you login, you will need the temporary password found in your email from no-reply@drip7.com)

 

Understanding Hostile & Intimidating Behavior Policy & Process for FP&M Supervisors

Description:

This workshop is designed to help FP&M supervisors understand what hostile and intimidating behavior is and how to engage university resources to resolve issues. In a two-hour, case-based workshop, participants will work through scenarios to identify when HIB is occurring (and when it isn’t) and understand what the role of a supervisor is when they hear about, witness, or experience incidents related to one or more of these behaviors.

Audience

All FP&M Supervisors

Register:
https://www.talent.wisc.edu/Catalog/Default.aspx?CK=66067

WiGrow Training for Supervisors of Student Employees

Description:
Register:

Campus Security Authorities

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://www.talent.wisc.edu/Catalog/Default.aspx?CK=68918

UW Madison Campus-Wide New Employee Orientation

Description:

Welcome to UW-Madison! Starting a new role in any organization is an exciting adventure. If you are not able to join us on campus, this virtual overview will introduce you to UW-Madison. You will have an opportunity to:

• Learn about the history and structure of UW-Madison
• Explore who makes up the campus community
• Recognize available tools and resources
• And have some fun!

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

Bystander Intervention: Stepping in with Care and Confidence

Description:

Have you ever witnessed something that left you uneasy or concerned for another person at work, but you didn’t know how to step in and improve the situation — so you did nothing? You are not alone. It is common to feel unsure of what to do when we witness behavior that concerns us.

This interactive workshop will introduce you to important intervention skills for building healthy, inclusive and engaging workplaces. You will have the opportunity to practice multiple intervention options in real-life scenarios, and will leave equipped with options to interrupt and improve concerning workplace situations when they arise.

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

Understanding Hostile & Intimidating Behavior Policy & Process

Description:

This virtual workshop is designed to help university employees (faculty, staff, graduate-student employees, and post-docs) identify hostile and intimidating behavior when it happens, understand how to create conditions that prevent it, know the policies in place to address it, and become familiar with the resources on campus that can help.

In this case-based workshop, participants will work through a number of scenarios to help identify what hostile and intimidating behavior is (and isn’t), and work with one another to understand what their responsibilities are when they hear about or experience incidents of hostile and intimidating behavior. The workshop will be a combination of content delivery (e.g., mini-lecture), both small and large group discussion, personal reflective activities, and group activities.

Register:
https://hr.wisc.edu/professional-development/courses/?q=hostile

Breaking the Bias Habit: An Introduction to Implicit Bias

Description:

This 90-minute module for UW-Madison faculty and staff is a basic primer on the concept of implicit/unconscious bias. It explains what implicit bias is, provides key definitions of some bias concepts, discusses how these forms of implicit bias can impact academic units, and provides several evidence-based strategies for minimizing the influence of implicit biases.

Register:
https://hr.wisc.edu/professional-development/courses/?q=bias

Benefits 101

Description:

The session provides new WRS employees* at UW-Madison with benefit plan information, such as:

    • 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)
Register:
https://hr.wisc.edu/professional-development/courses/?q=benefits+101

COVID-19 Training for Spring 2021

Description:

The training covers the new COVID-19 testing program, a brief overview of the Safer Badgers app, and the Badger Ambassadors

Audience

All FP&M Employees

Register:
https://hr.wisc.edu/covid19/workplace-training/

Responsible Employee Training 2020-2021

Description:
Audience

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

Renewal:
Annually
Register:
https://www.talent.wisc.edu/Catalog/Default.aspx?CK=69638

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=62158