Skill Development & Enhancement
Driver Safety Training
The University of Montana Vehicle Use Policy requires that all individuals who will be driving large passenger vehicles UM owned or other rentals must complete the Driver Safety for Campuses Course or hold a current CDL with a passenger endorsement.
Affordable online training for anyone interested in improving their professional or personal development skills. Topics range from accounting and finance to publishing or teaching.
IT Short Courses
The Information Technology Short Courses are classes are provided free of charge to all faculty, staff, and students. Classes vary, but generally occur during the work week and are generally one – two hours in length.
Principal Investigator Training
This training is mandatory for Montana University System (MUS) researchers who anticipate submitting applications for a grant. Topics include pre- and post-award grant management, intellectual property, and conflict of interest and misconduct in science compliance.
The Risk Management & Tort Defense Division provides training programs designed to assist state agencies to reduce their risks and prevent exposure to claims/losses. Training services are offered on an open enrollment basis at locations throughout Montana or these services can be customized and provided at an agency-specific location upon request.
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