Training is an essential part of an effective compliance and ethics program. Education and training has been developed to ensure that the UCLA community understands their responsibilities.
While there are various campus trainings that may be required dependent on one's role, below are common topic areas where additional training is needed.
- New Employee Orientation
- Environment Health and Safety Training
- Research with Human Subjects
- Research with Animals
- FERPA Training
Required training for all employees
The topics listed below include training courses that all employees are required to complete campuswide. These training courses are available through the UC Learning Center. The UC Learning Center is a learning management system (LMS) deployed across the University of California for systemwide employee training and development. To access required training, log into the UC Learning Center using your UCLA Logon ID and Password at http://lms.ucla.edu. Select Required Training on the home page to find the currently assigned trainings.
Sexual Violence/Sexual Harassment Prevention Training Program
This training program will help employees learn about and understand their role in ensuring that the University community remains free of all forms of discrimination and harassment, including sexual harassment and violence, which is prohibited by law and UC Policy.
Cyber Security Awareness Training
The eCourse on information security awareness training covers basic information regarding security, email, passwords, and social engineering, in addition to introducing contemporary threats and teaching good behaviors that protect information.
Ethical Values and Conduct Training
The purpose of the mandatory UC Ethics Briefing is to raise awareness of the UC Statement of Ethical Values and Standards of Ethical Conduct adopted by The Regents in May of 2005. It will also clarify how to apply the Standards and encourage their use by providing examples of ethical challenges that may arise in the workplace.