myTraining Partner Program
- Careers at UF
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- myTraining Partner Program
- ONE.UF Schedule of Courses
- ONE.UF Time Approval
- Online Promotion & Tenure
- Person of Interest
- Time and Labor
- Assets Management
- Budget & Commitment Control
- Budget Checking
- Distance Learning
- Human Subject Payments
- Hyperion Budgeting
- Journal Entry
- Managerial Budgets
- Material & Supply and Equipment Use Fees
- myUF Payment Solutions
- Paying Vendors (for DSOs)
- Requesting UF Budgets for Support Units
- Student Financials
- Travel and Expense
The myTraining Partner Program (MPP) provides trained UF departments with staff and faculty training responsibilities to access to the myTraining system to create learning activities, manage training rosters, and run training reports. In addition to the required training accessible in myTraining, users with the Author, Instructor Advanced, or Training Administrator role have access to the instruction guides below to perform functions in myTraining.
You may notice the navigation in myUFL is different than what is shown in these training resources. Rest assured, these changes are primarily look and feel differences. All policies and procedures discussed in these materials are accurate and up to date. Training materials will be updated to reflect the new look and menu of myUFL.
|Authors and Training Administrators Instruction Guide|
|Reporting in myTraining|
|Viewing Training Completion in Enterprise Reporting|
|ILT Class Roster Template||XLS|
|Developer Publishing Checklist||DOCX|
|End User Testing – Curriculum Version||DOCX|
|End User Testing – Standalone Online Course Version||DOCX|
|myTraining Partner Roles Chart, PDF|
|Inactivate/Retire Curriculum Structured Course|
|Inactivate/Retire Standalone Online Course|
|How to Cancel an ILT Class|
As part of this program, there are a series of trainings to complete.
- myTraining Partner Introduction: MPP100
This online course serves to orient those interested in obtaining the Author or Training Administrator role to the myTraining Learning Management System. It covers the multiple instances of myTraining, the purpose of the myTraining roles, important areas within myTraining such as the Dashboard, Learning Activity page, Properties, etc., where new learning activities are created, where reports are run and all important policies and protocols.
- myTraining Author Training: MPP200
This training covers all the processes required to serve as an Author in myTraining. It covers creating and editing multiple learning activities, viewing and printing rosters, creating and editing evaluations and running reports.
- myTraining Training Administrator Training: MPP201
This training covers all the processes required to serve as a Training Administrator in myTraining. It covers all the processes of an Author, plus processing all rosters.
- myTraining Instructor Advanced Training: EDT100
This short online course covers all the processes required to manage one’s own training schedule and rosters, and run reports, as an instructor in myTraining. This role does not create or edit learning activities or evaluations.
- These are the security roles that can be requested once training is completed.
- Author – UF_N_EL_AUTHOR
- Training Administrator – UF_N_EL_TRAINING_ADMIN
- Instructor Advanced – UF_N_EL_INSTRUCTOR_ADVANCED
Please visit the Identity & Access Management website << http://identity.it.ufl.edu/identity-coordination/security-roles/end-core-user-role/human-resources/#training-development>> for myTraining security role information.
IMPORTANT: When requesting a security role for myTraining, the department security administrator (DSA) must also enter “UF” for the Authority Area. Users can only receive one security role in myTraining. DSA’s should request removal of any existing myTraining role before requesting new MPP security roles.
In addition to requesting a myTraining security role, a DSA should also ensure the user’s HRMS Department Security is up-to-date. The HRMS Department Security setup will authorize which departments the user can view when generating reports from myTraining. For more information on HRMS Department Security, DSAs may visit the myUFL Security Roles Toolkit << http://hr.ufl.edu/learn-grow/just-in-time-training/myufl-toolkits/security-roles/>>.