“Why is my inbox filled with training reminders?”

This morning you may have noticed an email from myTraining-noreply@ufl.edu in your inbox and wondered, “Who is this myTraining-noreply and why do I keep receiving emails from them asking me to complete another training?” A number of needs have prompted a surge of required courses this fall, but each really does fulfill a unique and necessary purpose. Here’s a quick breakdown:

  • Managing Bias represents an initial step in our shared efforts to fight racism and create a more racially just UF, prompted by President Fuchs’ commitments announced last June.
    Complete training by: Jan. 31, 2021
  • At-Risk for Faculty and Staff is designed to help us all improve our mental health literacy in support of students who may be showing signs of stress; it is required of all state university employees at the request of the Florida Board of Governors.
    Complete training by: Jan. 31, 2021
  • Compliance: A Collaboration for Success reviews important provisions of the Florida Code of Ethics and UF expectations for employee behavior and departmental operations.
    Complete training by: Dec. 15
  • Protecting UF: Information Security Training provides education about restricted data, the cloud and sharing, as well as common cyber security risks, and is required annually in response to the Board of Governors’ recommendation.
    Complete training by: End of fall semester