BANNER TRAINING SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED
Do you need to learn Banner? Ever needed to look up a student's academic history? Do you need to monitor budgets as part of your job? If so, training opportunities abound.
Upcoming courses will be offered in the following areas:
Banner Basics - participants will gain general Banner navigation skills so that they can access information in Banner. The information provided in this session provides the knowledge base on which all other Banner training sessions will build.
Banner Finance and Budget - During this hands-on experience participants will learn how to access and interpret budget information in Banner; learn the forms in Banner that allow departments to do internal financial reporting; check available balances (and understand why discrepancies can occur); identify Banner transaction codes; research invoices and vendor addresses; check base budget information; and encumber limited purchase orders.
Banner General Student - Participants will learn how to access information on students. Topics covered include how to do a name search if you do not have the ID#; determine the gender and marital status of a student; determine the admissions status of a student (including missing credentials); view test scores; see if a student has declared a major; determine if a student has holds and what they are; view what classes a student is registered for each semester; view a class roster; and see if a freshman has the learning community attribute needed to register, view academic history; and find out if a student has applied for graduation and/or graduated.
To see a complete schedule or to print out a registration form, please go to the following web address: http://www.odu.edu/af/humanresources/training/bannermain.htm. Print out the registration form, have it signed by your supervisor (for release time) and send it to training and development.
This article was posted on: January 15, 2003
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