Contact your agency ELM administrator.
It is recommended you delete all employee temp files (clear the cache) in Internet Explorer and other web browsers so learners and managers don’t experience issues with having ELM 9.1 cache on the system. For further information on system requirements, consult the ELM Technical Help Guide.
ELM is the state’s primary system for online learning and professional development.
On Monday, May 15, 2017
This upgrade provides a solid foundation for more statewide training offered through Enterprise Talent Development in the future. The new ELM system will include a number of new features: • Customizable homepage display • Calendar that displays upcoming scheduled courses • Improved search • Alerts for popular courses and new learning opportunities
View the ELM Upgrade Overview video for new feature highlights.
No. ELM will be unavailable starting at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, May 10 through May 14. Here is a timeline leading up to the launch:
Yes. Assistive technology users should turn on “Screen Reader Accessibility Mode” in Self Service under the My Profile section. There are four accessibility issues that we have directed the software company (Oracle) to fix as soon as possible and we will update this page as they are fixed. The issues are:
The current version of ELM is outdated. The upgrade will result in a better experience for users and managers. It will have better functionality, more accessibility, and will interface with the state’s data warehouse.
Please be aware that if a course has become full by the time you are approved, you will be placed on the wait list for this session. When placed on the wait list for a class within ELM, you will be assigned an initial wait list number. If/when other participants withdraw from the course, you will be continually moved up the list. If you are moved from the wait list into the course you will be notified by email from the ELM system.
You were approved for the course prior to being placed on the wait list and, therefore, will not need further approval to confirm enrollment in the course.
Follow this guide to enter or verify your business e-mail is correct in SEMA4.
Cancellations must be made at least seven (7) calendar days BEFORE the scheduled class. If a cancellation is not made seven (7) calendar days or more before the class begins, your agency will be billed. You may send another staff member in your place, however we ask that you please notify us of any intent to send a substitute.
As of January 1, 2015: If you are in an enrolled status for a course, and unable to attend, you will not have the option to reschedule when the class is offered again. If you wish to take the course at a later date, you must re-enroll in ELM and will be expected to pay for the course again.
Within the 'Monitor Approvals' area of ELM, Training Coordinators are able to look up employees who have enrolled in a course, but have not yet been approved by their manager/supervisor. This is where you are able to override a manager's/supervisor's approval if needed. Additionally, there is an on-demand report you can run, Pending Approvals, which will provide you with detailed information to assist you in this process. Below are the steps to complete enrollment:
As a training coordinator with approval rights within ELM, you will be receiving emails for those employees missing an approver regardless of their agency. There is a report, 'Missing Report To Approvals,' that is generated on-demand to review if those registrants require your follow-up.
If you prefer to stop receiving these notices directly to your Outlook Inbox, we recommend setting up an email rule that identifies these incoming emails and automatically routes them to a folder that can essentially be ignored.
Sign in to Self Service and select the Enterprise Learning Mgmt (ELM) link. In the Pending Approvals pagelet you will see the list of pending approvals for your direct reports. You can approve or deny the enrollment requests from here.
You will also see pending approvals in Notifications and My To Do List.
You do not enter POs or EIORs into ELM. These items are entered into the state’s financial system (SWIFT) which also handles the invoicing processes. When a manager or administrator approves training for an employee it is acknowledgement that the appropriate agency fiscal policies have been followed and completed.