Learning and professional development

Learning and professional development


USC provides abundant training resources for employees to further their professional knowledge and skills. Also see USC’s

Training Requirements and Opportunities policy

.

TrojanLearn


TrojanLearn

is the university’s learning platform, which contains thousands of “learning assets” including courses, books, systems training, videos, certificate programs, curriculum, and more – including the comprehensive catalog of Lynda.com coursework. Logging in is easy – use your USC NetID username and password (also known as “Shibboleth” password – if you need help with that, visit

the ITS website

). Along with an enormous wealth of resources, you’ll find a personalized transcript where you’ll see any training or courses assigned to you (you can also assign learning to yourself). So

log in and look around

! Use the search function to look for educational resources on any business-related topic.

Help for TrojanLearn is available online

or by contacting

the HR Service Center

.

Trojan Knowledge Expedition

A wonderful way to get started mining the riches of TrojanLearn is through

Trojan Knowledge Expedition

, the university’s professional development program, which offers bite-sized curated curriculum on a monthly basis.

Mandated training

Different employees may have different

mandated training

requirements, but some training is required for all employees.

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New hires

You’ll need to complete Harassment Prevention and Campus SaVE Act training, and

if you’re hired as a manager

, you’ll also need to complete Management Essentials – see our

mandated training

page for more information. All employees will also want to familiarize themselves with the “Help for employees” page on the

Workday Help

site, which includes many helpful guides, including how to set up direct deposit

Other learning opportunities


Coaching programs

– learn and apply coaching skills to further your career


Faculty development and mentoring


Workday help

– including many helpful guides to Workday, USC’s comprehensive HR system


Business Services training

– including training for various busines systems


Lab safety


Research workshops and training for investigators


Norris Bioinformatics workshops


Campus Emergency Response Team training (CERT)


The USC Experience

– excellence in customer service


Manager Gateway

– a toolkit for those who supervise, providing information on hiring, managing people and finances, managing workplace safety and more – to help managers become effective and successful at USC


HR Professional Portal

Formal degree programs –

get a degree at USC

! Or,

your children or spouse may qualify for free or discounted tuition

.

Informal learning – almost every day on campus you can find a free lecture – often at lunchtime (and sometimes offering free lunch!); you can use the Employee Gateway calendar (on the Gateway front page) to keep track of these opportunities

TrojanLearn as a service for departments

USC Learning department staff can help you develop custom training for your school, division or department, which you can host and track on TrojanLearn. Any content you wish to deliver to your employees can be offered including:

  • Online courses
  • Videos
  • Live events
  • Tests or surveys
  • Discussions
  • Curriculum

USC Learning offers instructional design support, tracking of your employee training, and custom reports. Centralize all your training in one place! To get started, fill out the

simple request form

– then scan and email to

uschr@usc.edu

.

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