Last Modified: 9/18/2021
Location: FL, PR, USVI
Business: Part A, Part B
You can register for a learning activity if you have the appropriate permissions. As a learner, you can:
• Search for training and register.
Once you find the activity you need, click Register. Or, if the activity doesn't require registration, click Start to immediately launch it.
Tip: Don't see the Register or Start option? Access to this activity may be limited to specific users. Or, if you've already completed the activity once, it may not allow you to retake it. If you think you should be able to register for an activity and can't, talk to your supervisor.
Some activities have capacity limits. If an activity is at maximum capacity, you may be able to join its waiting list. If you do, then if a "seat" opens up, you'll get a notification giving you the option to register for the activity. If you registered for an ILT course, you may need to indicate when you will take this course by selecting specific ILT class offering(s), as shown below.
After you click Register, click Select Time Slot on the activity’s details page.
Clicking Select Time Slot takes you to an Offerings page where you can choose a Facility, Location, and Date.
Note: Days within 90 days of the current date will have the available dates highlighted in black with the other dates grayed out. Days past 90 days will all appear available, but if you select a date that doesn't have a time slot, they receive a message saying that no time slots are available for that date.
If there are multiple time slots available for that day, you can choose the one that suits you best. Click Save to complete registration.
Once registration is complete, Learn sends you to the activity's details page, where you can review your registered activity.
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