This guide is designed to inform SLAC trainers and Subject Matter Experts about:
Following these steps will activate your training session in our system. Those who have added their name to the course waitlist or are identified as overdue/coming due in their STA will be automatically notified. This process also helps ensure that training rosters are provided and records are accurate.
A PDF of the course roster will be emailed to the instructor the afternoon before your course. This will help ensure that your session roster is up-to-date, reflecting any last-minute registrations or drops. Instructors are encouraged to check the Course Registration report a few days prior to the session to determine if expected numbers have registered. If not, the instructor is encouraged to check the Training Due Dates report and send an email to those not registered encouraging them to register and attend.
If you require a blank roster for an out-of-schedule class, you may download that below.
Submitting Completed Rosters
Encourage all attendees to sign-in on the course roster and tell walk-ins to print their names legibly and include their SLAC ID. Those who have not signed the roster will not received course credit.
Email a scan of the roster to firstname.lastname@example.org to have it entered into the training database. Be sure to keep the hard copy for your records.
It is the instructor’s responsibility to ensure that the roster is reviewed and revised, as necessary, prior to submission to SLAC Training. If a student has signed the roster but did not successfully pass the course exam, for example or if the student signed the roster but missed a significant portion of the course, note that on the roster otherwise SLAC Training will assume that all on the roster should receive course credit.
Transferring Credit From Another Institution
As the Subject Matter Expert for a given curriculum, you are responsible for determining whether training taken at another institution is transferable for SLAC credit. To transfer credit from another institution to SLAC, follow this process:
We are committed to helping SLAC instructors and Subject Matter Experts(SMEs) improve the performance of their training by providing course evaluations for all classroom and web-based training sessions.
Course Evaluation Forms
The following course evaluation methods are available to all SLAC instructors and SMEs: