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EHS Blackboard Course Changes for Spring 2019; MyTalent Safety Training Now Available

Wednesday, December 19, 2018

New School Blackboard Course Sites Available January 1, 2019!

KU-EHS announces the creation of two new Blackboard course numbers for Spring 2019.  Beginning January 1, 2019, both the Schools of Engineering and Pharmacy will join ISB in having their own EHS Safety Training Blackboard sites. New course numbers are:

 

ID Number

Course Name

NAC018-102

School of Pharmacy EHS Safety Training Courses

NAC018-103

School of Engineering EHS Safety Training Courses

 

Each new school site will have more flexibility in allowing individual instructor or departmental access to grade books. Self-enrollment instructions are available here. Access to the main EHS Blackboard site and its resources will not be affected by these changes.


EHS Safety Training Courses NOW AVAILABLE for KU Employees on MyTalent Learning

KU-EHS is pleased to announce that our entire safety training course curriculum is now available for KU faculty and staff through the MyTalent Learning. Each course is self-paced, have interactive features and a comprehensive test for course completion. Scores are recorded into each student's record once a 90% or better score is attained. Course completion certificates are also available for download or printed at the time of course completion or accessed from student Learning History tile.

All courses are self-enroll or can be assigned by managers, PI's or supervisors through the MyTalent portal. MyTalent access instructions, click here.

If you have any questions regarding EHS Online Safety Training, please contact the course instructor.



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