It is a basic introductory course for all employees who have responsibility for HR processes within their department, unit, or college. Topics covered: How to log onto HR Banner, search techniques, HR banner functionality, PPAIDEN forms, security, data standards,. This course is a hands on and will give users a chance to practice in a "test instance of HR Banner" Duration: 2 hours - this course is the prerequisite for HR 102.
This course offers an introduction to the electronic approval process. It is for staff who submits HR forms for approval. For example: staff responsible for completing electronic forms necessary to hire a salaried fiscal year employee, or wage hourly employee, etc. Topics covered: basic approval processes using NOAEPAF, and basic mechanics of how to use the electronic approval system within Banner. This course is a hands on and will give users a chance to practice in a "test instance of HR Banner" Duration: 3 hours - this course is a prerequisite for HR 103.
This course encompasses HR electronic departmental record maintenance and is a continuation of HR102. Topics covered: day-to-day upkeep of departmental records involving employee and job changes such as, salary changes, title changes, and account changes within HR Banner. Learners will learn how to set up automatic routing of EPAF'S and will learn about how proxies are set up. This course is a hands on and will give users a chance to practice in a "test instance of HR Banner" Duration: 3 hours - participants must take HR 101 & 102 before attending 103.
Electronic Approval Process for Approvers in HR Banner. This course is designed to give busy managers hands on and step by step training of how to approve electronic approvals, how to set up proxy approval within their own departments and an overview of how the electronic approval process works. This course is setup in the USU Blackboard system. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to be given access to the course. Duration: 1/2 hour - No prerequisites for participants.
HR107 Departmental Time Entry
This course is designed to show step by step instructions on how to entry time into Banner on a departmental level. Participants will learn who their departmental leave and time approvers are, and how to submit time for approval. Duration: 2 hours - Prerequisites are HR 101, 102, and 103.
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