Training and Engagement
Tennessee Tech Training and Engagement embraces life-long learning and provides all employees with opportunities for personal and professional growth. We offer courses for faculty and staff, at no cost, on a variety of topics — making it easy for employees to meet their development needs.
Additional Training Courses
Interested in some additional training? Check out the options we have below available by request.
Workers Compensation 101
This training will walk participants through properly reporting a work-related injury. Reporting methods, workers comp pay, leave, and return to work policies are all covered.
Auto Liability Notification Training
This training walks participants through the reporting process for employees who drive
state or personal vehicles in an official capacity.
TimeClock+ (TCP) Training
TimeClock+ (TCP) is our timekeeping system for all hourly, temporary employees and
student workers. Supervisors are required to approve their employee's timesheets online
via TCP. This training provides and overview and demonstration of TCP.
This training will highlight different personalities in the workplace and how we work
together. Highlighting the differences and providing insight to how types behave in
a workplace setting to better work together.
Customer Service Basics
This training will focus on communication, customer care, dealing with difficult customers,
email and phone etiquette, and office professionalism.
Signature Authority Training
This training is required for anyone who will be signing documents for University
This training covers ethics and the University Code of Conduct.
Graduate Assistant and Adjunct Training
NOTE: The following training items are to be completed within the first 30 days of employment.
This law prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, and national origin in programs and activities receiving federal financial assistance.
This training is completed on an annual basis.
Click below to access instructions and the Title VI Training.
This federal law protects students and employees of educational institutions against sex discrimination, including sexual misconduct.
Title IX training for employees is completed through Employee Orientation. Student employees are added to Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention training in iLearn.
For information on how to log on, contact Greg Holt, Title IX and Clery Coordinator
As a Tennessee Tech University employee, you are responsible for reviewing and complying with Tennessee Tech policies (login with normal domain credentials).
Tennessee Tech Policy 141: Discrimination and Harassment - Complaint and Investigation Procedure
Tennessee Tech Policy 142: Process for Filing Title VI Complaints
Tennessee Tech Policy 144: Title IX Policy and Grievance Procedures
To review all Tennessee Tech policies, click the link for Policy Central below.