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HRMS and financial training

HRMS training

HRMS training for faculty and department administrators is offered jointly by the Human Resources department and Payroll.

Click here for courses offered by Human Resources:

  • Introduction to HRMS
  • Employee Navigation
  • Position Management
  • eRecruit
  • Workflow
  • HRMS/Hyperion

Click here for the ePAF course offered by Payroll.

Although we highly recommend attending one of the in-person courses listed above, you may also choose to take a self-directed approach through review of the HRMS manuals. Please visit our HRMS Manuals page for a full list.

If you are interested in having HRMS training for a faculty or departmental group (8-12 people), please contact: Robert Boudreau at 604.822.8142 or robert.boudreau@ubc.ca.

Financial training

Payroll and Procurement Services (PPS) offer a broad range of training programs for departmental administrators and P/G Managers. This includes UBC Accounting, Hyperion, Accounts Payable, General Ledger, Reporting Tools (nVision and nQuery), Smart Forms, and more.

For more information and to see a full course list, including a course calendar, visit https://finance.ubc.ca/training.

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