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Training

HHS Travel Training for Travelers and Preparers

A new training course is now available on the HHS Learning Management System for all Traveler and Preparers. This course offers HHS Travelers and Preparers an overview of the various roles and responsibilities within their travel organizations, guidance on some common travel policies questions, and a hands-on walk through of the online travel service, Concur Government Edition (CGE). Within CGE, you will learn how to book domestic and foreign travel, create travel Authorizations, create Vouchers for reimbursement, and cancel travel reservations. All Travelers and Preparers are required to complete this training before logging into CGE.

To register and complete this training, log in to the HHS Learning Management System and register for: HHS Travel Training for Travelers and Preparers (Offering ID: 00104360)

If you use assistive technology and require a fully accessible course, select this link to access the 508 compliant version of the course.

For more information about this course, contact your OpDiv/StaffDiv FATA.

HHS Travel Training for Certifiers and Approvers

A new training course is now available on the HHS Learning Management System for all Certifiers and Approvers. This course offers HHS Certifiers and Approvers, as well as all types of Routing Officials, an overview of the various roles and responsibilities within their travel organizations, guidance on some common travel policies questions, and a hands-on walk through of the online travel service, Concur Government Edition (CGE). Within CGE, you will learn how to access a travel document, review relevant information for accuracy and policy compliance, and edit the document as needed. All Routing Officials are required to complete this training before logging into CGE.

To register and complete this training, log in to the HHS Learning Management System and register for: HHS Travel Training for Travelers and Preparers (Offering ID: 00104361)

If you use assistive technology and require a fully accessible course, select this link to access the 508 compliant version of the course.

Recommended prerequisite: Travel Training for Travelers and Preparers (Offering 00104360).

HHS Travel Training for Federal Agency Travel Administrator (FATA)

The HHS Travel Training for Federal Agency Travel Administrators (FATAs) is an instructor-led training that will be offered as part of the launch of the new online travel service, Concur Government Edition (CGE). This course covers the roles and responsibilities of the FATA, an overview of the HHS and federal policies which regulated travel, and the administrative functions of CGE.

This course is required for all employees who will act as administrators in CGE. For more information about this course, contact your OpDiv/StaffDiv Lead FATA or Account Manager.

HHS Travel Charge Card Training

The HHS Travel Charge Card Training is a 30-minute course that will give cardholders and A/OPCs an understanding of HHS-specific policies and procedures for the Travel Charge Card and will help cardholders and organizations maximize the benefits of the Travel Charge Card program. As stated in OMB Circular A-123 Appendix B, all cardholders are required to complete training prior to receiving a card and every three (3) years thereafter, and A/OPCs are required to complete the training every year. Supervisors of cardholders are also strongly encouraged to complete the training.

To register and complete the training, log in to the HHS Learning Portal and register for: Health and Human Services Travel Charge Card Training (Offering ID: 00047851)

This course should be viewed using either Internet Explorer version 7 or 8, or Safari version 4.0.3.

If you experience login problems, please contact the AMS Help Desk at 1-888-ONE-DHHS (1-888-663-3447) or AMSHelp@hhs.gov. For LMS issues, contact the LMS Help Desk at DHHSHelp@hhs.gov or call 1-855-495-2184.

For additional information, please contact your A/OPC.


Content created by Assist. Sec./Administration - Program Support Center
Content last reviewed on November 21, 2014