Enterprise Learning Management (ELM) , developed by Oracle/PeopleSoft, is the state’s learning management system. ELM is an internet-based solution for managing all aspects of employee learning. Enterprise Talent Development uses ELM to register, track and report on learning delivered through classroom, seminar, video or e-learning platforms. Learn how to get enrolled in an ETD course using ELM. Additionally, Managers, Supervisors and Training Coordinators can learn how to approve and confirm an employee's enrollment in ELM.
When you become officially enrolled in a course, you will receive confirmations and reminders from email@example.com. Typically reminders are sent out fourteen (14) and seven (7) days before the course start date. If you do not receive an email, please first confirm that your email address is correct in self-service. Review the ELM Enrollment FAQ page on how to verify/update your email address. If correct and your status is "enrolled" for the course but you have not received an email, contact ETD by calling 651-259-3646 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
All city, county or local government employees, or those who do not already have a Self-Service log-in ID, must obtain a log-in ID and password in order to enroll in any courses offered through the Enterprise Learning Management (ELM) system. Find more information and steps to acquire a log-in ID and password.
Cancellations & Rescheduling
In order to keep our registration fees as low as possible, we adhere to the following policies regarding cancellations and rescheduling:
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.