Policy Tech training schedule through June; still time to register for April

The Compliance Department is offering a Policy Tech Training Course.

Course description:

This course will cover document/policy work flow, the role of a document owner and the process of document creation review and revision. The topics reviewed during this training are intended for policy writers and those whom are delegated as policy reviewers. Those individuals with designated writer and/or reviewer roles in the Policy Tech system would benefit the most by attending this course.

Dates, Times and Locations:

PP101 Policy Tech Training – CERM (April 21st – 10AM – 12PM) Summerville – JSAC Hardy Meeting Room 232

PP101 Policy Tech Training – CERM (May 19th – 10AM – 12PM) Summerville – JSAC Butler Meeting Room 227

PP101 Policy Tech Training – CERM (June 23rd- 10AM – 12PM) Summerville – JSAC Butler Meeting Room 227

PP101 Policy Tech Training – CERM (April 29th – 10AM – 12PM) Health Sciences – Annex Bldg. HS Meeting Room 1151

PP101 Policy Tech Training – CERM (May 24th – 10AM – 12PM) Health Sciences – Annex HS Building Meeting Room 1151

PP101 Policy Tech Training – CERM (June 27th – 10AM – 12PM) Health Sciences – Annex HS Building Meeting Room 1151

Registration is now open. Enrollment into any one of these sessions may be completed by logging into the Workforce Learn Online website at WLOL and selecting the Register for Training option.

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