Frequently Asked Questions


Where can I find information about myUK?
Documentation about myUK, including how to register for a class, enrolling and completing WBTs and more can be found in our myUK Information section.

When and where is Hospital Orientation?
Hospital Orientation is held bi-weekly on Mondays and Tuesdays. It is typically held in the Boone Center. For additional detailed information, check Orientation section of our web page.

What classes do you offer?
We offer a variety of classes. We typically offer technical training on the hospital computer systems, Leadership Development, Diversity Education, Professional Development, and Work-Life classes.  The different classes we offer are listed on our web page.  Look under Technical Training or Professional Development section to get more information.

What order do I take APM (HQPM, SCM) classes in?
Check the Planning Guidelines under Technical Training section of our web page to find out what sequence classes must be taken and if there are any prerequisites for that class.

What are the hours of the Computer Lab?
The Computer Lab is typically open Monday-Friday 7:30am-5pm.

Do you have A/V equipment available?
Training room H31B is equipped with a desktop, overhead projector, and a DVD player. H31F is equipped with a Smartboard that can project. H31H is set up as a computer training lab.

Do you have teleconference abilities?
Training rooms H31b and H31f have phone connections.  The Learning Center can provide a phone with a speaker for conference calls.  If you would like to set up a conference call with a Polycom soundstation, you will have to arrange the equipment to be brought in by Communications.   

How far in advance can I book a room?
Our rooms are available to be booked on a quarterly schedule. For example, in December you may book rooms for January, February and March but you may not book for these months before December.

I'm trying to enroll in a class through myUK online but it won't let me select the class that I want.
If the box is grayed out, it means that class is full and you cannot enroll in it. We leave classes on the web even if they are full so that if someone needs to see where a class is and what time it starts, it will still be available for that information.

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