Catalog

University courses that are either required or recommended are listed in the catalog below.

Required Training

Many of the listed courses meet federal-, state- and university-training requirements. Some are required of all employees; others are dependent on specific work responsibilities. Details are given in the description for each course.

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CITI Training

Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) courses are required for anyone involved in Colorado Multiple Institutional Review Board (COMIRB) research, including employees, affiliates and students. Find more information under the "Complete Submissions and Training" tab on the COMIRB website.

Catalog

Advancement

CU: Advancement - Creating Gift Agreements

  • Description: This course teaches development staff how to handle gifts that are received in their offices.
  • Duration: 45 minutes
  • Audience: Required for advancement staff.

CU: Advancement - Gift Handling

  • Description: This course teaches development staff about gift agreements. Learn when gift agreements are required, where to find templates, how to route agreements for approvals, and how to monitor your agreements.
  • Duration: 30 minutes
  • Audience: Required for development staff who receive gifts at the development office and need to deposit or forward to processing.

CU: Advance Web Overview, Navigation and Reports

  • Description: This course introduces new users to Advance Web, the university's donor database. Learn to navigate through the system and run reports.
  • Duration: 30 minutes
  • Audience: Required for advancement staff and other users of Advance.

Campus Security

CU: Campus Security for CSAs

  • Description: Learn the crime reporting requirements under the Clery Act. The Clery Act requires gathering crime data from a wide variety of Campus Security Authorities (CSA) and publishing it to ensure students know about dangers on campus. CSAs are individuals who have a responsibility for student safety on campus.
  • Duration: 30 minutes
  • Audience: Required for faculty and staff with responsibility for student and campus activities.

Conflict of Interest

CU: Conflict of Interest for NIH

  • Description: Learn about changes to the NIH Financial Conflict of Interest regulations that took effect in August 2012.
  • Duration: 30 minutes
  • Audience: Required for research investigators or staff who are key personnel on NIH grants.

Department of Transportation (DOT)

CU: DOT: Awareness of Controlled Substances

  • Description: Learn about federal drug and alcohol testing, the CU-Boulder Alcohol and Drug Testing policy and procedures, and their responsibilities under these policies.
  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • Audience: Required for all supervisors of drivers with CDL (commercial driver’s license) and drivers with CDLs.

CU: DOT: Reasonable Suspicion

  • Description: Learn about federal drug and alcohol testing, the CU-Boulder Alcohol and Drug Testing policy and procedures, and their responsibilities under these policies.
  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • Audience: Required for all supervisors of drivers with CDL (commercial driver’s license) and drivers with CDLs.

Environmental Health and Safety

Asbestos Awareness

  • Description: Learn about the health hazards associated with exposure to asbestos. Learn about where asbestos is commonly found, how it can affect you, and what to do to protect yourself and others from exposure. This course complies with applicable regulatory requirements.
  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • Audience: Required for all university employees who may come into contact with asbestos-containing materials.

CU: Bloodborne Pathogens

  • Description: This course is the Bloodborne Pathogens Refresher course for the University of Colorado (CU). Only take this course if you have previously completed the initial training for Bloodborne Pathogens (BBPs) at CU. This refresher reinforces your previous training covering exposure control for BBPs and other potentially infectious materials (OPIMs).
  • Duration: 30 minutes
  • Audience: Required for all academic research laboratory personnel with potential occupational exposure at the University of Colorado.

CU: Chemical Waste Management

  • Description: This course is the annual refresher for the University of Colorado, Chemical Waste Management course. You must complete the initial training for Chemical Waste Management before you complete this course. This refresher reinforces previous training about correct hazardous waste management, including using chemical safety information, understanding chemical hazards, responding to emergency spills, and identifying hazardous waste.
  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • Audience: Required annually for all employees who prepare packages or paperwork, offer hazardous materials shipments, load or unload materials, or transport materials.

CU: Lab Safety

  • Description: Learn about general laboratory safety and the associated hazards of chemicals, biological materials, and equipment; how to employ administrative and engineering controls to minimize hazards; guidance on selecting appropriate personal protective equipment; and how to prepare for emergencies.
  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • Audience: Required for faculty, staff, student workers, and affiliates who work in laboratories.

Laser Safety Training

  • Description: Learn what a laser is and how it works, name the types and classes of lasers, describe non-beam laser hazards, recall the biological effects of a laser on the human body, and identify types of control measures. This course complies with applicable regulatory requirements.
  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • Audience: Recommended for employees who work with or around Class 3B (moderate) and 4 (high-power) lasers or laser systems.

CU: Radiation Safety

  • Description: Learn about radiation and how it behaves, using detection instruments, employing safety controls in the laboratory, ordering and receiving radionuclides, performing surveys, and responding to spills and injuries.
  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • Audience: Required of all faculty, staff, students and volunteers at the University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus who work with radioactive materials.

CU: Radiation Safety Refresher

  • Description: Take this annual refresher course if you have taken the initial Radiation Safety course, online or in person. This course covers the essential information from the initial training, including radiation basics, safe handling and disposal of radioactive materials, performing surveys, and selecting shielding.
  • Duration: 30 minutes
  • Audience: Required annually for all personnel at CU Denver and AMC who handle radioactive materials in any form.

CU: Regulated Medical Waste Management

  • Description: Learn about important regulations and practices for safe management and disposal of medical waste at CU Denver.
  • Duration: 30 minutes
  • Audience: Required for faculty and staff at the University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus who generate regulated medical waste on campus.

Respiratory Protection

  • Description: Learn about respiratory hazards, protection mechanisms, and safe work practices. Learn about using respiratory protection for protection from hazardous airborne contaminants in the work environment. This course does not include the types of respirators and other protective considerations required when working with ionizing radiation.
  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • Audience: Recommended for employees who may be exposed to hazardous airborne contaminants in their work.

CU: Shipping Biological Materials

  • Description: Learn to follow the appropriate regulations when shipping biological materials. This course is initially required within 90 days of hire and a refresher is required once every three years thereafter.
  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • Audience: Required annually for all University of Colorado employees with job duties that generate or handle hazardous chemical waster, and employees who work in areas where chemical waste is generated.

Export Controls

CU: Introduction to Export Controls

  • Description: Learn to follow the appropriate regulations when shipping biological materials. This course is initially required within 90 days of hire and a refresher is required once every three years thereafter.
  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • Audience: Recommended for research personnel at CU-Boulder whose work involves export-controlled technologies, or who are responsible for transactions with non-US entities.

CU: LASP Export Compliance

  • Description: Learn about federal laws, university policies, and best practices that help ensure compliance with export regulations and provide specific information on how these may apply to LASP research projects and personnel.
  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • Audience: Required for all employees in Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP) who deal with items or information that are exported out of the U.S.

Faculty

CU: Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

  • Description: Learn about your responsibilities under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Learn the correct actions to take toward your direct reports and students who indicate they have a disability. Learn how to determine reasonable accommodations and maintain proper respect toward individuals with a disability.
  • Duration: 30 minutes
  • Audience: Required for faculty and staff who either teach students or supervise employees.

CU: Assessment and Instructional Alignment

  • Description: Learn to use the Revised Bloom's Taxonomy as an approach to assessments. Improve your assessment system and improve student learning by aligning course objectives, activities and assessments using the taxonomy. Learn to write observable learning objectives, choose learning activities that support your learning objectives, and choose assessments that match your activities and objectives.
  • Duration: 45 minutes

    Audience: Recommended for faculty at the University of Colorado Denver.

CU: FERPA

  • Description: Learn how federal law protects student education records.
  • Duration: 45 minutes
  • Audience: Required for employees with access to ISIS. Recommended for faculty with access to ISIS.

CU: New Faculty Orientation - CU Denver

  • Description: Welcome to CU Denver. Learn about technical support for computing, research, and textbook ordering; instructional support; student support; and policies and resources.
  • Duration: 45 minutes
  • Audience: Required for all new faculty at the University of Colorado Denver who do not attend in-person orientation.

CU: Research Administration for Faculty

  • Description: Learn the process of applying, receiving, and administering sponsored funding.
  • Duration: 90 minutes
  • Audience: Required for faculty at the University of Colorado Denver who apply for and receive sponsored funding.

CU: Summer Salary Limitations

  • Description: Learn about the regulations regarding summer salaries for faculty on a nine-month appointment and the procedures for calculating summer salaries.
  • Duration: 30 minutes
  • Audience: Recommended for anyone who calculates summer salaries for faculty on nine-month appointments.

CU: Search Committee Training, Recruiting Diverse Talent to the University

  • Description: Learn how to conduct a University of Colorado job search that complies with state and federal regulations and maximizes your chance of finding the best person for the position.
  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • Audience: Required for members of a search committee, including the hiring authority.

CU: Tenure Review

  • Description: Learn about the components of the tenure track process, as well as university policies that explain tenure requirements.
  • Duration: 30 minutes
  • Audience: Recommended for University of Colorado faculty.

CU: VETS: Veteran Educators Training and Support Program

  • Description: This course is intended to help faculty relate to veterans in the classroom.
  • Duration: 30 minutes
  • Audience: Faculty

Finance

CU: Cash Control

  • Description: Learn the policies and procedures for handling cash on behalf of the University. You must complete the course and the acknowledgement in order to get complete credit for this training.
  • Duration: 30 minutes
  • Audience: Required for employees responsible for collection, deposit, receipting/recording, disbursement, or reconciliation.

CU: Cognos Running m-Fin Reports

  • Description: Learn about the Cognos Reporting System, how to gain access to the Financial Reports within the Cognos Reporting System, and how to log into the Cognos Reporting System. The course will also cover the essentials of running a financial report.
  • Duration: 30 minutes
  • Audience: Beginning users of the Cognos Reporting System m-Fin Financial Reports, and for University employees who have a financial fiscal role on a SpeedType.

CU: Cognos Working with m-Fin Reports

  • Description: Learn about working within the Cognos Reporting System, such as how to drill to additional detail, how to use additional prompt pages, and how to export reports into other formats, such as PDF and Microsoft excel.
  • Duration: 30 minutes
  • Audience: Beginning users of the Cognos Reporting System m-Fin Financial Reports, and for University employees who have a financial fiscal role on a SpeedType.

CU: Fiscal Code of Ethics

  • Description: Learn about the University's Fiscal Code of Ethics (focusing specifically on the Employee Code) and how to apply it in your daily work life. You must complete the course and the quiz (including the agreement) in order to get complete credit for this training.
  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • Audience: Required for all employees that conduct fiscal transactions on behalf of the university.

CU: Fiscal Code of Ethics - Officer’s

  • Description: Learn about Officer requirements for ethical behavior while conducting official university business.
  • Duration: 15 minutes
  • Audience: Required for officers of the University of Colorado.

CU: Gift Fund Management - Advanced Course

  • Description: Learn about the types of funds at the University of Colorado Advancement, University SpeedTypes, gift purpose codes and expense purpose codes, the cash transfer processes between Advancement and the University, and Gift Fund Journal Entries.
  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • Audience: Recommended for individuals with a fiscal role (Fiscal Principal, Fiscal Manager, or Fiscal Staff) on a Gift Fund (Fund 34) SpeedType, or who need to know more about gift funds.

CU: Gift Fund Management - Beginner Course

  • Description: Learn how gifts are received and spent by CU in compliance with donor wishes. Learn about the fiscal roles and responsibilities in regards to gift fund management.
  • Duration: 30 minutes
  • Audience: Recommended for anyone with a fiscal role or involved in daily operations of a Gift Fund (Fund 34) SpeedType.

CU: Identity Theft Prevention Program

  • Description: Learn to detect, prevent, and mitigate theft of personally identifiable financial information of the University's customers. To fulfill the training requirement for this course, you will need to complete a short quiz.
  • Duration: 30 minutes
  • Audience: Required for employees with access to personally identifiable information (PII).

CU: PeopleSoft Finance System - Inquiry

  • Description: Learn about the PeopleSoft Finance system and the concepts of fund accounting used by the University of Colorado.

  • Duration: 40 minutes

  • Audience: Required for anyone who needs authorization to use the PeopleSoft Finance System.

CU: PeopleSoft Finance System - Journal Entries

  • Description: Learn about working with journal entries in the PeopleSoft Finance system. Learn to describe the functions of Journal Entries and complete a Journal Entry.
  • Duration: 30 minutes
  • Audience: Required for PeopleSoft Finance users.

Grants and Contracts

CU: Budgeting for Clinical Trials

  • Description: Learn to include necessary information in your research budget. Learn to prepare a budget template, include all major budget categories in the template, and check your budget for overlooked categories and items.
  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • Audience: Recommended for faculty at the University of Colorado Denver.

CU: Clinical Trials Recruiting

  • Description: Learn to better estimate the time, money and effort needed to recruit research study participants. Even when research is being funded, a study can languish for lack of enrollment. This course describes basic principles and tips for recruiting participants for research studies.

  • Duration: 60 minutes

  • Audience: Recommended for investigators and coordinators of the CTTIC curriculum.

CU: Direct Charging to Sponsored Projects

  • Description: Learn which charges are allowable as direct costs and how to charge them.
  • Duration: 30 minutes
  • Audience: PIs on the CU Denver campuses. Recommended for employees engaged in federally funded grant or contract.

CU: ePER, electronic Personnel Effort Reporting

  • Description: Learn about the importance of effort reporting, accessing and certifying your ePER, and new ePER features and procedures.

  • Duration: 45 minutes

  • Audience: Federal mandate requires every faculty and staff employee working on a sponsored project to complete this course.

CU: Research Administration for Faculty

  • Description: Learn the process of applying, receiving, and administering sponsored funding.

  • Duration: 90 minutes

  • Audience: Required for faculty at University of Colorado Denver who apply for and receive sponsored funding.

CU: SubRecipient Monitoring

  • Description: Learn how to communicate with and monitor subcontractors (subrecipients) for your project.

  • Duration: 30 minutes

  • Audience: Recommended for awardees of a sponsored project.

HIPAA

CU: HIPAA Regulations

  • Description: Learn about the privacy and security segments of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).

  • Duration: 60 minutes

  • Audience: Required for all faculty, staff, student employees, affiliates and covered entities that work or interact with medical patients or handle patient medical files and information.

Human Resources

CU: Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

  • Description: Learn about your responsibilities under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Learn the correct actions to take toward your direct reports and students who indicate they have a disability. Learn how to determine reasonable accommodations and maintain proper respect toward individuals with a disability.
  • Duration: 30 minutes
  • Audience: Required for faculty and staff who either teach students or supervise employees.

CU: Discrimination and Harassment, Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus and UCCS

  • Description: Learn to distinguish between discrimination and harassment, identify cases where accommodations must be made, address discrimination and harassment behavior, and monitor your own behavior.
  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • Audience: Required for employees of the University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus and University of Colorado Colorado Springs.

CU: Discrimination and Harassment - CU-Boulder and System

  • Description: Learn the most current information, policies, and procedures administered by the Office of Discrimination and Harassment.
  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • Audience: Required for CU-Boulder faculty, staff, and student employees (and to be retaken every five years), as well as System Administration employees. For System, this course is administered by Employee Services, Office of the President.

CU: Faculty Search Committee - CU-Boulder

  • Description: Learn about conducting a compliant and effective faculty search.
  • Duration: 20 minutes
  • Audience: Required for faculty serving on a search committee.

CU: Form I-9

  • Description: Learn about University policies and procedures for completing the I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification Form. The I-9 Form must be completed for all new employees and verifies that new employees have documents showing that they are legally eligible to work in the U.S.
  • Duration: 30 minutes
  • Audience: For any employees who complete I-9s, typically Payroll & Personnel Liaisons (PPLs) and Human Resources (HR) Liaisons, and administrative assistants who approve I-9 forms.

CU: New Employee Orientation - CU-Boulder

  • Description: Learn to help new employees understand the organizational structure of the university and the Boulder campus, its history, and what is required of them as a new employee.
  • Duration: 30 minutes
  • Audience: Strongly recommended for all new staff members at the University of Colorado Boulder.

CU: New Employee Orientation - SYS

  • Description: Learn how system administration at the university is organized and what you need to do as a new employee.
  • Duration: 15 minutes
  • Audience: Recommended for all new employees at the University of Colorado, CU System Administration.

CU: New Employee Orientation - UCCS

  • Description: Learn the organizational structure of the university and UCCS, its history, and what is required of you as a new employee.
  • Duration: 15 minutes
  • Audience: Required for all new staff and the University of Colorado Colorado Springs.

CU: PeopleAdmin/JobsatCU

  • Description: Learn about the procedures and processes needed to create and manage employment positions, job postings, applicants and hiring proposals using JobsatCU, the University’s online employment application and hiring system by PeopleAdmin.
  • Duration: 75 minutes
  • Audience: Required for all university DRL/PPL employees who create or manage positions, job postings, applicants and hiring proposals using PeopleAdmin, the JobsatCU administrative server.

CU: Performance Management

  • Description: Learn about performance management for state classified staff. You will learn how to rate performance, set goals, and coach classified staff.
  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • Audience: Required for managers and supervisors of classified staff at the University of Colorado.

CU: Performance Management for Supervisors of Classified Employees - CU-Boulder

  • Description: Learn about the process for performance management, including requirements and deadlines for classified employees.
  • Duration: 45 minutes
  • Audience: Required for supervisors of classified staff at the University of Colorado Boulder.

CU: Search Committee Training, Recruiting Diverse Talent to the University

  • Description: Learn how to conduct a University of Colorado job search that complies with state and federal regulations and maximizes your chance of finding the best person for the position.
  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • Audience: Required for members of a search committee, including the hiring authority.

HRMS

CU: HRMS Fundamentals

  • Description: Learn how to enter time records into HRMS and about the University of Colorado's time collection process.

  • Duration: 60 minutes

  • Audience: Required for all employees who need access to HRMS.

CU: HRMS Inquire and Reporting

  • Description: Learn to use HRMS to view Inquiries (Reviews), run Reports, and find data.

  • Duration: 60 minutes

  • Audience: Required for HRMS users who need inquiry and reporting access.

CU: HRMS - Payroll Processing

  • Description: Learn about Payroll Processing in HRMS using hands-on learning components and unit exercises. Apply advanced concepts and lessons that were introduced in the pre-requisite courses: Fiscal Code of Ethics, HRMS Fundamentals, HRMS Inquire and Reporting, HRMS Time Collection, Managing Positions in HRMS and Managing People and Jobs in HRMS. To receive credit for this course, learners must complete all course modules and pass the quiz with a minimum score of 70%.

  • Duration: 60 minutes

  • Audience: Required for all HRMS users responsible for approving payroll data.

CU: HRMS Time Collection

  • Description: Learn how to enter time records into HRMS and about the University of Colorado's time collection process.

     

    Duration: 60 minutes

    Audience: Required for employees who are time collection only users and Payroll Personnel Liaisons (PPLs) whose operator role includes entering time records in HRMS.

CU: Managing People and Jobs in HRMS

  • Description: Learn about administration and management of people and jobs in HRMS using hands-on learning components and unit exercises. Apply advanced concepts and lessons that were introduced in the pre-requisite courses: Fiscal Code of Ethics, HRMS Fundamentals, HRMS Inquire and Reporting, HRMS Time Collection, and Managing Positions in HRMS. To receive credit for this course, learners must complete all course modules and pass the quiz with a minimum score of 70%.

  • Duration: 60 minutes

  • Audience: Required for all HRMS users responsible for entering or approving payroll data in HRMS.

CU: Managing Positions in HRMS

  • Description: Learn about Position and Funding Administration in HRMS using hands-on learning components and unit exercises. Apply advanced concepts and lessons that were introduced in the pre-requisite courses: Fiscal Code of Ethics, HRMS Fundamentals, HRMS Inquire and Reporting, and HRMS Time Collection. To receive credit for this course, learners must complete all course modules and pass the quiz with a minimum score of 70%.

  • Duration: 60 minutes

  • Audience: Required for all HRMS users responsible for entering or approving payroll data in HRMS.

IACUC

CU: IACUC Refresher Training

  • Description: This is a refresher, required every three years. You will learn about the role of IACUC and the regulations for animal research and use; Occupational Health; and veterinary topics.
  • Duration: 30 minutes
  • Audience: Required for all animal housing staff, researchers and laboratory personnel who work with animals at CU-Boulder.

Information Security

CU: Information Security and Privacy Awareness

  • Description: Learn to protect university and private information. You must complete all course modules and video content and pass the final quiz with a score of 70% to receive credit.

  • Duration: 30 minutes

  • Audience: Required for all CU employees.

CU: Information Security for IT Service Providers

  • Description: Learn the four key concepts of the University of Colorado Information Technology Security Program Policy, APS 6005.

  • Duration: 45 minutes

  • Audience: Required for all IT staff including central and departmental personnel at each campus and anyone who manages IT.

CU: IT Confidentiality Agreement

  • Description: Learn your responsibilities for protecting the confidentiality and privacy of information at the University of Colorado. All IT employees play a key role in protecting resources and information entrusted to the university. At the end of this course, you must acknowledge and affirm your understanding of the Employee Confidentiality and Privacy Responsibilities.

  • Duration: 30 minutes

  • Audience: Required for all information technology employees at CU.

CU: Secure Application Development

  • Description: Learn about secure application development concepts, strategies and IT security policies to software, Web application and PeopleCode developers working for, or contracting to the University of Colorado.
  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • Audience: Required for Software, Web application and PeopleCode developers who work for, or contract to, the University of Colorado.

ISIS

CU: FERPA

  • Description: Learn how federal law protects student education records.

  • Duration: 45 minutes

  • Audience: Required for employees with access to ISIS. Recommended for faculty with access to ISIS.

CU: Introduction to ISIS Campus Solutions

  • Description: Learn about the basic functionality and concepts, such as login, navigation, menu items and shortcuts, shared by all ISIS Campus Solutions modules for all University of Colorado campuses.

  • Duration: 45 minutes

  • Audience: Required for anyone with view-only or update access to ISIS Campus Solutions.

CU: ISIS Campus Community

  • Description: Learn the basic procedures for viewing information in ISIS. Learn to identify duplicate records, view biographical and demographic data, see student residency history, and view student service indicator details.

  • Duration: 45 minutes

  • Audience: Required for all ISIS users.

CU: ISIS Student Financials

  • Description: Learn to access the Student Services Center in ISIS to view student's financial account summary data and information about specific financial transactions.

  • Duration: 30 minutes

  • Audience: Required for ISIS users who need to view basic student financial account information.

OLAR

CU: Animal Program Orientation

  • Description: Learn about the laws and regulations concerning the ethical treatment of research animals. This course is the first of three required for all University of Colorado Denver personnel who conduct research with animals.

  • Duration: 30 minutes

  • Audience: Required for all personnel who participate in animal research at the University of Colorado Denver or affiliated institutions.

CU: Disease Prevention and Control in the Animal Housing Facilities

  • Description: Learn the risks associated with using animals (especially rodents) in research, diseases and how to control them within the facility. This course is the second in a series of three online courses to be completed before attending the in-person animal housing facilities training.

  • Duration: 30 minutes

  • Audience: Required for CU Denver personnel who perform research using animals.

CU: OLAR WAO

  • Description: Learn how to use the Granite Web Animal Orders (WAO) system to order animals for research at CU Denver.

  • Duration: 30 minutes

  • Audience: Required for all University of Colorado Denver affiliates who require the use of animals for research or classroom instruction.

CU: Standard Operating Procedures

  • Description: Learn about Standard Operating Procedures, or practices that are required inside the animal housing facilities, including personal protective equipment, supplies, aseptic technique and disinfection.

  • Duration: 30 minutes

  • Audience: Required for CU Denver personnel who access the animal housing facilities (third course in the OLAR Animal Orientation series).

Procurement

CU: Concur - Booking Travel

  • Description: Learn to book travel within the Concur Travel and Expense system, including reservations for airfare (domestic only), car rentals, and hotels.

  • Duration: 45 minutes

  • Audience: Recommended for employees who need approver permissions in CU Marketplace.

CU: Concur - Reconciling Procurement Card

  • Description: Learn to process Procurement Card transactions within the Concur Travel and Expense system.

  • Duration: 30 minutes

  • Audience: Recommended for employees who reconcile procurement card transactions, for themselves or others, within the Concut Travel and Expense system.

CU: Concur - Reconciling Travel

  • Description: Learn to process University of Colorado employee Travel Card transactions and reimbursements using the Concur Travel and Expense system.

  • Duration: 45 minutes

  • Audience: Recommended for employees who reconcile university travel.

CU: CU Marketplace Approver

  • Description: Learn to approve requisitions within CU Marketplace.

  • Duration: 35 minutes

  • Audience: Required for employees needing the Approver role in CU Marketplace.

CU: CU Marketplace - Invoice Match Exception Approver

  • Description: Learn to approve vouchers with match exceptions within CU Marketplace.

  • Duration: 30 minutes

  • Audience: Required for employees who need the Invoice Match Exception Approver role within CU Marketplace.

CU: CU Marketplace - Receiver

  • Description: Learn about receiving within CU Marketplace.

  • Duration: 30 minutes

  • Audience: Required for employees needing the Receiver role in CU Marketplace. Not required if you have completed the CU Marketplace Requestor online course and passed the quiz.

CU: CU Marketplace Requester

  • Description: Learn to shop and submit orders within CU Marketplace.

  • Duration: 45 minutes

  • Audience: Required for employees who need the Requestor role in CU Marketplace.

CU: CU Marketplace Shopper

  • Description: Learn about shopping within CU Marketplace.

  • Duration: 35 minutes

  • Audience: Recommended for employees who have the Shopper role in CU Marketplace. You must submit the acknowledgment for completion credit.

CU: Procurement Card Approving Official Training

  • Description: Learn your responsibilities as an Approving Official (AO) for the Procurement Card Program.

  • Duration: 60 minutes

  • Audience: Required for anyone designated as approving officials in the procurement card program.

CU: Procurement Card Cardholder Training

  • Description: Learn about the policies and procedures governing the use of the University Procurement Card, as well as about your individual responsibilities as a cardholder.

  • Duration: 45 minutes

  • Audience: Required for Individuals who request the Procurement Card (University of Colorado Visa) in order to accomplish small-dollar purchases for their departments.

CU: Procurement - Purchasing and Contract Management

  • Description: Learn the policies and procedures related to purchasing, or paying for, goods and services on behalf of the University. Learn about documentation requirements, working with purchasing agents, and managing vendor performance.

  • Duration: 45 minutes

  • Audience: Required for employee procurement cardholders and approving officials.

CU: Travel and Travel Card Training

  • Description: Learn the policies and procedures related to official University business travel.

  • Duration: 30 minutes

  • Audience: Required for anyone needing to obtain and use a Travel Card. Recommended for anyone who travels, approves travel, or arranges travel for others.

School of Dental Medicine (SODM)

CU: SODM - Bloodborne Pathogens

  • Description: Learn about the nature of bloodborne pathogens, how they are spread, and methods of preventing the spread of infections at the School of Dental Medicine.
  • Duration: 30 minutes
  • Audience: Required for All personnel who may come into contact with bloodborne pathogens and other infections at the School of Dental Medicine at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus.

CU: SODM - Chemical Waste Management

  • Description: Learn the types of hazardous chemicals used at the School of Dental Medicine; how to use, store and dispose of chemicals safely; and how to respond to emergencies.
  • Duration: 30 minutes
  • Audience: Required for all personnel who handle or dispose of chemical wastes at the School of Dental Medicine at the University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus.

School of Medicine

CU: Research Response Criteria

  • Description: Learn about the criteria for identifying, measuring and documenting lesion changes for research studies.

  • Duration: 15 minutes

  • Audience: Required for all residents who measure cancerous lesions for research purposes.

WHC

CU: Information Security and Privacy Awareness

  • Description: Learn to protect university and private information. You must complete all course modules and video content and pass the final quiz with a score of 70% to receive credit.

  • Duration: 30 minutes

  • Audience: Required for all CU employees.

CU: WHC Community Health

  • Description: Learn about the public health and prevention frameworks that are foundational to Community Health.

  • Duration: 180 minutes

  • Audience: Required for new student coordinators and interns with Community Health.

CU: WHC HIPAA Review

  • Description: Learn about the HIPAA privacy rule and how to follow safeguards to protect health information at Wardenburg Health Center (WHC).

  • Duration: 60 minutes

  • Audience: Required annually for WHC employees.

CU: WHC Infection Control

  • Description: Learn to identify the benefits of adhering to scientifically accepted principles and practices of infection control to WHC patients, staff and families. Learn about the different ways that pathogens can spread and what you can do to prevent spreading. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), and various accrediting organizations have developed the consistent methods and practices of Infection Control that are found in this training.

  • Duration: 45 minutes

  • Audience: Required annually for all Wardenburg Health Center (WHC) employees.

CU: WHC Safety and Risk Management

  • Description: Learn about staff and patient safety as well as the basics of managing risk.

  • Duration: 45 minutes

  • Audience: Required annually for all Wardenburg Health Center (WHC) employees.