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Transactional End-User Training


 

Umoja Transactional End-User Training is held on the UN’s e-learning platform, inspira, as well as through Computer Based Trainings (CBTs) or in-person classroom sessions at each deploying entity.

To become a certified user of Umoja, Levels 1, 2 and 3 Training courses must be taken through the e-learning platform on inspira.  These courses will each be followed by assessments, surveys and certificates which confirm that one has passed the training.  The certificates are issued through inspira

Umoja Transactional End User Training will begin approximately 4-6 weeks prior to Umoja’s deployment at each site. Please visit the Umoja Deployment Interactive Timeline to find out when Umoja will be implemented at your location.

 



  The Umoja Training material has also been made available for review purposes below.  
Please note that reviewing Umoja Training material on this website will not certify users. 
 


 

These courses are overview/navigational courses, to be taken on a self-service basis. To count towards personal curriculum completion (i.e. in order for users to get provisioned Umoja access), courses must be taken through the inspira portal.  For all other uses, they are publicly available on the UmojaNet website.


Level 3 Training is available for review on the Umoja iSeek Training page for UN staff only.

These courses are at an advanced, transactional-level and intended to be studied in an instructor-led environment.
They can only be viewed while browsing on the UN network.


Need Help?


 

For technical questions about inspira and the e-learning platform, please go to the  inspira website and follow their instructions for technical help.

For questions regarding the Training Curriculum, Enterprise Roles, or other questions, go to your Site Coordinator. Your Site Coordinator will contact the Umoja project at umoja@un.org for assistance. Please include the word "TRAINING" in the subject line.

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Umoja Academy



The Umoja Academy was established in May 2014 with the purpose of developing a greater cadre of Umoja expertise across the UN Secretariat.  Participants receive customized training through a tailored curriculum comprised of learning modules relevant to the participants’ functional area.  Through the Academy, participants become fully familiar with all aspects of Umoja and gain a fundamental understanding of “end to end” processes and scenarios.

Process Experts (PEs) and Local Process Experts (LPEs) become certified through Umoja Academy once they have completed all necessary trainings and passed the mandatory assessment.  PEs and LPEs assist in the deployment of Umoja by training and supporting end-users in their respective functional units at each deploying entity. 

To view the Deployment Schedule and to learn more about the Umoja Academy visithttps://unite.un.org/connections/communities/community/umoja

Contact us by email at umoja-academy@un.org for more information on dates and admissions requirements. 

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