The Child Support Services learning management system (LMS) is our website that organizes and provides employee training. This article presents tips on the simplest way to find training, sign up for a course, and successfully complete a typical course.
The “Find Courses” Search Tool
Once you’ve obtained the address of the DHS Learning website and your password is confirmed, you can log into the LMS. The “Dashboard” (or home page) has a lot to look at, and there is more than one way to accomplish most things here.
To find a course, click “Find Courses” from the top tool ribbon. From the options that drop down, click “Child Support”.
Find Your Course
You have opened a screen titled OKDHSLearning: Child Support Services”. Near the top is the “Search courses” box where you can type the name of the course you want to find. You can enter the whole name or words from the name of the course. Click “Go” to the right of the box, and a list of courses with those words in the title or its summary will appear.
Each search result has a brief summary to help you determine if it is the course you are looking for. You can also click on a course to view all of its details.
Sign Up for Your Course
For annual required training courses, like HIPAA Privacy, or other self-paced learning courses, you can begin at any time, and once you have completed it credit will be registered on your Transcript and Record of Learning.
For other courses, which have event dates and times, you will need to sign up for a specific event in order to be enrolled in that course.
When you click on a course you will see a list of events. Choose the event whose date, time, and location suit you, and then click “Sign-up” in the last column under “Options”. Various notifications and calendar entries will be generated once you have signed up for a course.
There are three things that must be done before these courses can be considered completed:
Reserve a spot in a course event; a specific date and time
Participate in the course
- Mandatory Feedback
Answer questions about your experience of the course
We hope this helps you to better navigate DHS Learning. If you need additional assistance in finding your courses, the Center for Professional Development is happy to help you. You can also always contact the OU Helpdesk directly at: email@example.com or call 405-521-2580.