In October and November, the OUC sponsored a number of learning opportunities through our Continuing Professional Education (CPE) courses – both at the CU System Offices on Grant Street and on the campuses.
If you’re looking for finance or procurement training, note that the online courses have been reorganized in SkillSoft. The new approach relies on campus and department folders so employees can zero in on courses relevant to their specific location.
Kudos to OUC staff members Heather Hoyer and Lisa Vallad, both of whom will achieve CPLP designation effective May 1.
Developed by the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD), the CPLP certification denotes a Certified Professional in Learning and Performance. The designation is achieved after considerable study, passing of a comprehensive test, and submission of a real-world work product.
Need training? Take a look at the recently reorganized folders in SkillSoft. Now, when you’re searching for our required or recommended online courses, you’ll find them under a more logical filing system.
The new navigation for online courses offered by the Office of University Controller (OUC) and the Procurement Service Center (PSC) is:
Log in to your campus portal > on the CU Resources tab, select Training > select Start SkillSoft > select Catalog. Open the University of Colorado - Courses folder > select Finance (or select Procurement).
The January 1 semiannual update cycle includes a few changes to policies, procedures, and forms. Among them:
Alcoholic Beverages: Administrative Policy Statement, PSC Procedural Statement, and Official Function form clarify approval requirements when Fund 36 (development) monies are used
Mileage Rates: PSC Procedural Statement Travel, Non-Employee Reimbursement form, and Concur Travel & Expense System updated to reflect mileage rates in effect as of Jan 1 (new standard rate is 50 cents/mile)
We had a terrific response to our Dec 5 Continuing Professional Education (CPE) course schedule.
Most of the courses offered that day filled to capacity. After a few cancellations due to weather, we were able to accommodate additional individuals on the wait lists.
We'll provide a recap of participant evaluations shortly. In the meantime, feel free to review next quarter's CPE. Our Feb 18 courses are all new and are described on the CPE website at www.cu.edu/controller/cpe/?page_id=1504.