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"What if I can't login into MLearning or do not see any ULAM training assigned?"
If you will work under an IACUC approved protocol, you must first be added to the protocol's handling details by your Principal Investigator. Once added, IACUC required training will automatically be assigned to you and you will be given access to MLearning. You will receive a confirmation email from MLearning with login and training details.
"What training do I have to complete in order to be added to protocol?"
ULAM online training must be completed first, and is required for approval to the protocol by the Animal Care and Use Office. You have 60 days to complete any in-person training required in order to remain on protocol.
"I was assigned training but completed it previously, do I have to take it again?"
As of July 24, 2017, all IACUC Required online training classes will expire every three years. Check your MLearning Learning Plan to view your training due now. If you do not have training due now, you will be notified by email when your training is coming due. Online training is assigned to your MLearning Learning Plan six months before it expires. This does not apply to in-person workshops.
"I received an 'overdue' email from MLearning, what do I next?"
ULAM online classes are due within 10 days of assignment. New protocols and amendments, and protocol renewals, are not approved by the Animal Care & Use Office (ACUO) until all online training is complete.
ULAM in-person workshops are due within 60 days of assignment. Staff with incomplete in-person workshop training are subject to removal from IACUC protocol and PIs are subject to IACUC review and suspension of IACUC protocol.
"Do Training Core classes start on 'Michigan Time'?"
No, Training Core workshops meet promptly at the scheduled start time, due to the nature of the training and amount of content covered in the allotted timeframe. Late arrivals will be rescheduled for the next available session. If attending for the first-time, we suggest allowing extra time to navigate building and parking considerations; contact the Training Core for assistance.
"What do I wear to laboratory training?
For your safety and protection, shorts and open-toed shoes are not allowed in laboratory training workshops. Your personal attire must cover your torso, legs and feet; scrubs and crocs are available for use.
"Can I bring food/drinks to laboratory training?"
Food and drinks are not allowed in the laboratory.
Contact the ULAM Training Core with questions at (734) 763-8039 or email@example.com.