Training Sessions

PeopleAdmin SelectSuite: Demo Training

The Department of Human Resources is pleased to announce the rollout of the new PeopleAdmin SelectSuite System. The Applicant Tracking and Position Management modules will go live on August 15, 2017.

Who should attend: recommended for all users that currently have access to originate and approve actions and hiring proposals in the PeopleAdmin system.

This training will be presented in a lecture type setting to provide an overall understanding of the system.

Some of the topics being covered will be: Access/Logon, Position Management and the Recruitment/Hiring Processes.

Register through the VLC.

PeopleAdmin SelectSuite: How to Videos

Below is a list of videos to help you with your actions in the SelectSuite System.

Video: How to Log Into PeopleAdmin SelectSuite

Video: How to Log On and Change User Groups

Video: How to Modify a Position

Video: How to Move Applicants in Bulk

Video: How to Begin a Hiring Proposal

Video: How to Move a Singular Applicant

Video: How to Export Applicant Files

Video: How to Access Applicants

Video: How to View Postings

A Culture of Service; A Commitment of Excellent Service in Today’s Higher Education Environment

Join us in discussing how we can actualize a comprehensive environment of service provision for all that encompasses Radford University. This two-hour session will assist us with

  • Understanding what customer service really means
  • What role it plays in higher education
  • How “service” needs must adapt to the changing landscape of our audience, including generational differences.

Let us begin the movement together, assessing how we can merge processes, collaborate with departments and form best practices to build a culture of service.

Who should attend:  We encourage all employees to attend, especially those that deal with students directly.  We will be offering a similar course later in the year that will involve a much broader scope.

Register through VLC.

Required State Trainings for Classified Staff

As a new employee it is important for you to complete certain training requirements per Department of Human Resource Management (DHRM) guidelines. Please register through the VLC to access the required state trainings for Classified Staff. This training certification includes the following courses.

  • DHRM-HR Policy - Alcohol and Other Drugs Policy  (30 days)
  • EDR - Workplace Dispute Resolution Services Overview (30 days)
  • DHRM-HR Policy - Preventing Workplace Harassment (30 days)
  • DHRM - HR Policy - Preventing Workplace Violence for Employees (90 days)
  • CoV Terrorism Security Awareness Orientation (90 days)

Required State Trainings for AP and T&R Faculty

As a new employee it is important for you to complete certain training requirements per Department of Huamn Resource Management (DHRM) guidelines. Please register through the VLC to access the required state trainings for AP and T&R Faculty. This training certification includes the following courses.

  • DHRM-HR Policy - Alcohol and Other Drugs Policy  (30 days)
  • DHRM-HR Policy - Preventing Workplace Harassment (30 days)
  • DHRM - HR Policy - Preventing Workplace Violence for Employees (90 days)
  • CoV Terrorism Security Awareness Orientation (90 days)

Online Trainings

Some of the online trainings that are included in the Managing Virginia Program (MVP) program and others are listed below:

The MVP is a comprehensive management development program sponsored by the Department of Human Resource Management for all Commonwealth supervisors and managers. To access any of the MVP program, click on MVP.

  • MVP HR Policy & Law - Leave Policies
  • MVP Communication Skills
  • MVP HR Policy & Law - Understanding and Using the Grievance Procedure
  • MVP Customer Service Skills
  • MVP Leadership Styles and Essentials
  • MVP HR Policy & Law - Compensation Policy
  • MVP HR Policy & Law - Understanding State Government
  • MVP Ethical Decision Making
  • MVP Valuing Differences
  • MVP Self Management
  • MVP HR Policy & Law - Workplace Ergonomics
  • MVP HR Policy & Law - Risk Management
  • MVP - HR Policy & Law - Americans with Disabilities Act
  • MVP Conflict Management Skills
  • MVP HR Policy & Law - Return-to-Work
  • MVP HR Policy & Law - Emergency and Security Awareness
  • MVP HR Policy & Law - Employee Selection Procedures
  • MVP HR Policy & Law - Freedom of Information Act
  • MVP HR Policy & Law - Managing Teleworkers
  • MVP HR Policy & Law - Standards of Conduct
  • MVP HR Policy & Law - Fair Labor Standards Act
  • MVP HR Policy & Law - Financial Fundamentals
  • MVP HR Policy & Law - Alcohol and Other Drugs
  • MVP HR Policy & Law - Fundamentals of EEO Law
  • MVP HR Policy & Law - Family and Medical Leave Act
  • MVP Enhancing Employee Performance
  • MVP HR Policy & Law - Performance Management
  • MVP HR Policy & Law - Preventing Workplace Harassment

EDR - Workplace Dispute Resolution Services Overview (.5 hrs)

This program provides an overview of the Workplace Dispute Resolution tools provided by the Office of Employment Dispute Resolution (EDR). Section 2.2-1202.1(B) of the Code of Virginia requires agencies in the Executive Branch to promote the services of EDR. This program is meant to help agencies familiarize employees with EDR and its services. This policy applies to full time classified employees only.

Register through EDR - Workplace Dispute Resolution Services Overview.

DHRM - HR Policy - Alcohol & Other Drugs Policy #1.05 (.5 hrs)

Completing this course will help you:
(1) recognize policy violations;
(2) identify employee's responsibilities; and, 
(3) name available resources for help.

Register through DHRM - HR Policy - Alcohol & Other Drugs Policy #1.05.

DHRM-HR Policy - Preventing Workplace Harassment (.5 hrs)

By completing this course, the participant should be able to:

a)    Define Workplace and Sexual Harassment;
b)    Define 2 types of sexual harassment;
c)    Identify 7 risk factors;
d)    List actions that prevent and resolve harassment; and,
e)    Identify how to report harassment.

Register through DHRM-HR Policy - Preventing Workplace Harassment.

DHRM-HR Policy - Preventing Workplace Violence (for Employees) (.5 hrs)

By completing this course, participants should be able to:

a)    Define Workplace Violence;
b)    Identify prohibited conduct specified in the Workplace Violence Policy #1.80;
c)    Report potential violence to the appropriate authority; and, explain what to do in a violent situation.

Register through DHRM-HR Policy - Preventing Workplace Violence (for Employees).

DHRM-HR Policy - Preventing Workplace Violence (for Supervisors) (.5 hrs)

By completing this course, participants should be able to:

a)    Define Workplace Violence;
b)    Identify prohibited conduct specified in the Workplace Violence Policy #1.80;
c)    Report potential violence to the appropriate authority; and, explain what to do in a violent situation.

Register through DHRM-HR Policy - Preventing Workplace Violence (for Supervisors).

VDEM - Terrorism and Security Awareness Orientation (.5 hrs)

This is approximately a 45-minute basic awareness course designed to familiarize state employees with terrorism and other security related concerns. It is intended to provide basic prevention and protection information. It is not intended as a discussion of religious, political or cultural issues. At the end of the course, you will need to complete a Final Assessment with a score of 70% or above to successfully complete the course. 

Register through VDEM - Terrorism and Security Awareness Orientation.

IS-100.HE: Introduction to the Incident Command System for Higher Education (3 hrs)

ICS 100.HE, Introduction to the Incident Command System for Higher Education, introduces the Incident Command System (ICS) and provides the foundation for higher level ICS training.  This course describes the history, features and principles, and organizational structure of ICS.

Register through IS-100.HE: Introduction to the Incident Command System for Higher Education.