To mark the official broader launch of the Training Portal, the following promotional video has been launched to help communicate more of the system’s overall benefits for managers, employees, faculty, and students: https://youtu.be/exjl02LJFrI\
Some interesting statistics to date:
2200+ staff have enrolled in instructor-led courses.
On September 1, 2016, the University will implement a training prerequisite for certain new system roles
Training is required for users who are new to their jobs and getting system access for the first time, and for existing system users who take on a new system role (e.g., an HCOM shopper who becomes an Approver)
These users will be required to take the 20-minute online Responsibilities of Purchasers, Preparers and Approvers (ROPPA) course and to get 70% or better on the course assessment before being granted systems access Read more about ROPPA Training Prerequisite
Please note that after July 13, you will no longer be able to sign up for classes or view your training history in PeopleSoft. This brief break is necessary for pre-launch activities and has been timed to coincide with a period of minimal training offerings.
As a reminder, the Harvard Training Portal will launch Monday, July 25, 2016. The Training Portal is your one-stop-shop for professional learning, career development, finance and PeopleSoft job aids, Lynda.com courses, policy and other online courses, mandatory Environmental Health & Safety Training, and more.
HTP will have many new and current features, including:
access using your Harvard Key
one place to register for training, university-wide
This July, Harvard will implement the Harvard Training Portal, a replacement for three major compliance/staff training systems: Eureka (online courses, job aids), the EH&S Training Management System, and the PeopleSoft Training Registration module.
Below is a copy of the initial broadcast announcement, which was emailed on May 10 to individuals who accessed those systems over the past year. For more information, please visit http://www.trainingportal.harvard.edu.