Online learning is sponsored by the University of Missouri (UM) System Office of Human Resources. Percipio is an online tool that helps us support our ongoing commitment to the continuing development of faculty and staff. Percipio offers training and resources in many areas, including leadership, software applications, professional effectiveness and legal compliance in the workplace. Users can choose to follow learning paths curated based on role or the skills they'd like to develop. They can also select from over 700 learning channels, each based on a skill employees and organizations regularly identify as valuable.
Human Resources offers systems and functional training across a wide array of topics including eRecruit, Benefits, Payroll, PAFs and Percipio. Contact your HR consultant for more information.
Human Resources provides essential management training through the Management Foundations Institute (MFI) – a six month professional development program for employees whose positions requite them to supervise other employees either on a regular basis or on assigned projects, or who assist in supervising other employees. Contact your HR consultant for more information.
Training Provided by UMSL Campus Departments
Information Technology Services
ITS offers a wide range of training options which include classroom and web-based courses. These courses supply basic and advanced knowledge in office software used by faculty and staff.
Computer Education and Training Center
The CETC offers computer training courses in a wide variety of topics from the most basic programs to more advanced software and coding. All faculty and staff receive a 50% discount on all classes including the Chancellor’s Certificate Computer Classes.
UMSL Procurement Services
Purchasing Card Online Training is available through myLearn. New users must complete and sign the application/agreement form.
UMSL Accounting Services
Accounting Services offers PeopleSoft training solutions which include Non-Purchase Order training. Contact Accounting Services.
Training Provided by UM System
The Leadership Development Program (LDP) provides leadership development opportunities and ongoing support to academic leaders on all four campuses. This program enhances effective leadership to create the conditions for high performance, high commitment, and cultural competence in the academic setting.
The Administrative Leadership Development Program (ALDP) provides professional development opportunities to a small group of selected leaders from across the University of Missouri System.