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CATTS to change stripes
The computer-based training system used by the university, UMA, and the
medical center will get an update to enhance security and make it
easier to use.
The Computerized Annual Training and Tracking System (CATTS), a
mainstay program for annually updating and testing employee knowledge,
tracking employee competencies, to include classroom training and
maintaining licenses/certifications, will get a new web face when
version 5 is activated Aug. 1.
The changes shouldn’t cause any downtime, said Latonia Allen,
information resource consultant with the medical center’s Human
Resources. Allen said the new version’s drop-down navigation menus will
make it easier for employees to find their assigned lessons.
Version 5 will improve security for administrative users. This update
will also present a revised login screen and a new learners’ homepage
with added features.
Most employees are familiar with CATTS as the program for completing
their annual, mandatory online training sessions. CATTS modules provide
information and test employees’ knowledge on designated topics. Modules
and/or lessons are based on the employee’s role in the organization,
but some topics are mandatory for all employees. The system is also a
means of tracking employees’ competencies, licensure/certification
expiration dates, training to include both internal and external
A reference guide for the learner to the updated CATTS program can be
found at http://mcintranet.musc.edu/hr/training/CATTSrefguidelearners.pdf.
When the update is completed, the main link to the program will remain
available at http://www.educode.com/musc/.
For information contact one of the CATTS support personnel: Latonia
Allen, 792-2805 or email@example.com (medical center); Summer Young,
792-0319 or firstname.lastname@example.org (university); or Suzanne Collins, 876-1323
or email@example.com (UMA).
Friday, Aug. 1, 2008
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