Training

Training information available on this page includes Instructor Led-Training (ILT) and Self-Paced Learning, links to instructional materials organized by category, and related resources.

Instructor-Led Training and Self-Paced Learning

Instructor-Led Training

Workday ILT courses are offered via Zoom for both new and experienced users. Registration is via UTLearn unless otherwise noted. For a current schedule, view the Upcoming Instructor-Led Training (ILT) events list.

Self-Paced Learning

askUS Self-Paced Learning is a series of courses designed for users to complete at their own pace and convenience. Each course focuses on specific topics or areas of work for both Workday and UT Financial Systems.

Instructional Materials by Category

Academic Employment

Covers business processes related to academic employment for faculty, NTT faculty, and academic staff.

Additional Employment

Learn how to handle Additional and Sporadic Employment in Workday for all populations.

Core HR Processes

Covers HR business processes for staffing of all populations. Topics covered include hire, change job, multiple jobs, and termination.

Job Costing

Training, guidance, and tools for Cost Center Managers, Financial Analysts, and University HCM Fiscal Analysts.

Onboarding & 1-9

Covers business processes related to Onboarding for all populations and completing the Form I-9 for employees and I-9 Partners.

Performance

Materials cover both performance appraisal and corrective action processes in Workday.

Recruiting

Materials to support recruiting and candidate management business processes.

Security & Delegation

Covers managing Security Roles and Delegation for Security Partners, Cost Center Security Partners, Academic Unit Security Partners

Student Employment

Materials covering topics related to Student Employment.

Time & Absence

Information about time and absence tracking for Timekeepers, Absence Partners, employees, and managers.

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askUS is a searchable FAQ (frequently asked questions) about university-wide systems and processes. The askUS knowledge base is the best place to start when you have a question about how to use Workday. Answers in this regularly updated repository often include links to relevant training materials or other resources. Learn how to get the most out of your askUS search by checking out these askUS Search Tips.