Brenau University requires all active employees to complete annual training sessions on a variety of topics throughout the year to demonstrate institutional compliance with federal and state laws and/or liability insurance requirements.
This training session on Compliance Requirements covers the topics of Data Security, FERPA, and ADA and is required for all active employees. Completion of the training will be recorded in the employee’s ADP personnel record for reference and future compliance reporting requirements.
The training program is available electronically through Canvas starting Oct. 1 and will close Oct. 12.
The first 75 employees who complete the training will be entered into a drawing to win one of two gift cards. All employees who are required to take the training will be sent an invitation to participate to their Brenau email account.
HOW TO LOGIN to CANVAS:
Canvas Login Instructions:
- Go to my.brenau.edu
- Click on the Canvas Icon
- Enter your user name and password.
- If you’ve never logged into your my.brenau.edu account before) Click “First Time User” (you will be asked for your PERSONAL email and Student ID). If valid you can set your network password. This can only be done once for security reasons. If it says you are not a first time user, proceed with the “Forgot Password” option and enter your USERNAME (not your email address – just the part before the @ symbol) to reset your password (an email will be sent to you with a verification code – don’t forget to check spam folder). The email can be sent to either your personal email or Brenau email if you can still access it. You are allowed to choose which. If the system does not recognize your username then your account is not active and you should check with Admissions/Registrar to inquire as to the status of your registration.
- Click Courses on the Left Hand Toolbar and find Compliance Requirements 2018.
For assistance with Canvas please contact the IT Helpdesk at email@example.com or 770-538-4774.
All employees should complete this training by Oct. 12.