This training (Dealing with Payments/Cashiering) is part of the Certificate in University Financial Management (CUFM) and required for all those who collect money for the University. Re-training is required every two years.
Hands-on Banner training is available to Banner users through the University community who need to learn the skills necessary to use the administrative computer system.
The Office of Finance has designed a multi-section training program that focuses on the business practices needed by budget units.
Leave policies and procedures for classified employees comply with the provisions of the Policies and Procedures Manual issued by the Commonwealth of Virginia Department of Human Resource Management.
In 2000 a 2-year assessment plan and reporting cycle was developed to document our ongoing institutional effectiveness efforts.
The Global Certificate Program has been established to assist in dealing with misunderstanding and frustrations when dealing with other cultures.
The Leadership and Management Development Certificate Program (LMDC) provides Old Dominion University employees the opportunity to learn and share experiences and knowledge with colleagues and experts. The goal of the program is to provide participants with tangible knowledge and resources in the areas of leadership.
ODU students, faculty, and staff have FREE access to the 2,500+ video courses, and more are added every week.
ODU's new employee orientation (NEO) is an important component for all Classified, A/P Faculty and Hourly employees.
ODUKC provides enrollment capabilities for on-campus training as well as ODU and State specific online modules. Fon non-State or non-ODU specific training use Lynda.com to provide online development.
The Office of Environmental Health & Safety provides safety training lectures on a variety of subjects and situations you might encounter around campus.
This 12-week series is designed to provide practical policy-based information to supervisors of classified employees (this should be the supervisor of record). Topics include performance management, progressive discipline, time and leave management, the grievance procedure and more.
This training (Accounts Payable, Part 1: Travel) is part of the Certificate in University Financial Management (CUFM).
The supervisor is responsible for assuring that complete and accurate leave taken is submitted by the employe via the web.
Web Time Entry training for classified and hourly staff and for supervisors/approvers of classified and hourly staff.