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Compliance Training

New Employees

New state employees (faculty, staff, management, and student employees) need to complete online compliance courses no later than 30 days after their first day of work.

Employees are auto-assigned training through the CSU employee training system, CSU Learn, a week or two before their first paycheck. [Supervisors: After an employee is in active pay status in PeopleSoft-HR, please allow three nights (for overnight processes) to pass before asking the employee to check email for training notices.]

Employees can begin taking training after it has been auto-assigned. Employees should work with their supervisor to schedule time to complete the online training. Please watch for emails from training@csuchico.edu

Online Compliance Courses

State Employees: In most cases, it is best to wait for a course to be assigned(opens in new window) to you. Please wait for the assignment. 

Auxiliary Employees: Click on the course name below to start a compliance course.

Users will need to " Register(opens in new window)" prior to seeing a "Start" button to begin the activity. Course completions will display after nightly batch updates. Mobile usage (smart phones and tablets) is not currently supported.

All Employees

Position-Related Compliance Courses

The following courses may be assigned to you based on your position. This list is not all-inclusive and does not include most job-specific safety training.

 * CSU Learn will auto-assign to CSU, Chico state employees

CSU Learn Notifications

CSU Learn will send you confirmation of workshops in which you've enrolled, as well as reminders of compliance training that is expiring and needs to be retaken. Emails will come from training@csuchico.edu. Sometimes these reminders may go to Junk Mail or Clutter. Please setup your email to accept these reminders.

Student Employees & Employee Email Accounts

In compliance with EM 16-004(opens in new window), the Account Center automatically creates employee email (Exchange) accounts for all student employees. This “Exchange” email account receives official employee information, including notices to complete required compliance training.

Student employees may elect to redirect (i.e., auto-forward) these messages to their student WildcatMail account.

Compliance Course Assignment Process

Beginning Oct 2019 - Dec 2020, the CSU is transitioning all courses from 23 campus versions to a unified CSU-wide curriculum assignment. Users will need to "Register(opens in new window)" prior to seeing a "Start" button to begin the activity.

In CSU Learn, courses are assigned to groups of employees called audiences. Course assignments occur nightly and courses may have rolling or fixed due dates. Assignment of a course depends on the audience rules, course due date, and when/if the employee last completed the course.

For example, Title IX is set up with several audiences, depending on the employee’s last completion date prior to CSU Learn rollout, and makes use of a fixed annual due date (October 1) after the initial course completion:

Example of course assignments
AudienceLast Completion DateAssignment
New and OverdueNever, or before 10/01/2017Assign immediately, due within 30 days
Due 2019Between 10/01/2017 and 09/30/2018Assign 09/01/2019, due 10/01/2019
Due 2020Between 10/01/2018 and afterAssign 9/01/2020, due 10/01/2020

Date ranges were set up to transition to a fixed annual due date, in consultation with the course owner, campus enterprise training collaborative, and CSU recommendations.

Is Compliance Training Required?

All CSU, Chico employees--faculty, staff, managers, and students--are required to complete online compliance training as part of their job duties. The CSU requires that employees take certain courses to comply with state and university requirements that are driven by federal law, state law or CSU policy(opens in new window)

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The CSU requires that employees take certain courses to comply with state and university requirements that are driven by federal law, state law or CSU policy. View the list(opens in new window) to learn more about each requirement.