Return to Campus eLearning

This brief training provides all employees with UC Davis guidance to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus

This short, online course provides basic information about reducing the spread of the coronavirus, describes some of the strategies that may be used on campus to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and identifies where to find the latest information regarding the return to normal campus operations.

Course length: 12 minutes

Now required for all employees

Sept. 25 is the deadline to complete the course for employees who are currently working in-person and those who expect to return to campus before January 2021.

All other employees, regardless of remote working status, are required to complete the course by Dec. 15 at the latest.

This requirement includes all academic, staff and student employees. Only UC Davis Health employees on the Sacramento campus are exempt, as they have their own training materials.

Message from the Vice Chancellor and Vice Provost

As UC Davis gradually manages a return to campus operations, we expect all academic employees and staff members will need to be responsible for keeping up-to-date with UC Davis public health guidance. Each of us is responsible to our students and campus community to do all that we can to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

This training is scientifically based and provides a baseline of knowledge for all of our essential workers, faculty members, academic employees, staff members and student employees. We feel very strongly that employees need to be part of the solution.

We are confident you will take this brief training seriously in the interest of public health and as part of our ongoing efforts to adhere to state guidance. Please also take a few more minutes to peruse the Campus Ready website to learn more about worksite planning details and resources available to UC Davis employees to help keep our campus healthy. Thank you for your diligence as we work together to find a new normal.

Kelly Ratliff
Vice Chancellor
Finance, Operations and Administration

Philip Kass
Vice Provost
Academic Affairs

 

Receiving Credit

To receive credit for completing the course, viewers must successfully complete the short quiz at the end.
 

Click to Take the Training 

You will be redirected to the UC Learning Center.
Log in using your UC Davis CAS credentials.