A guided tour of DHS Learning’s updated layout and improved tools, launching Summer 2020
Once you have your username and password, you’re ready to begin learning! Access the site and log in using the info you received by email.
Learn what to do when you log in for the first time and the system states, “You must change your password to proceed.”
These days, you probably have tons of accounts and passwords to keep track of. Never fear! If you forget your password, you can reset it through the system using your uNumber.
Your account profile is important because parts of it control which courses you can take. It also helps us develop better tools and make sure you get everything you need as a learner, and is a way for classmates to get to know each other.
New learners must update the Role field in their account profile to make sure they have access to the right courses.
On your Transcript page, you can find information about your current and completed courses including Course Title, Previous Completions (for updated or annually renewed courses), Progress and Completion Date.
The first step in taking a course is to find it! Easily locate courses you need by searching or browsing the DHS Learning course catalog. The catalog is organized into course categories, which often represent specific DHS service areas.
When you find a course you’d like to take, you can enroll yourself without any special permission—as long as the course is open for self-service enrollment.
Activities are the building blocks of courses, and each course can include any number or combination of required activities.