Required Web-Based Training
Access e-course in the UCSB Learning Center under the UCPath Initiator and Approver Training Curriculum
This course provides an overview of the UCPath Workforce Administration (WFA) module and the employee lifecycle in UCPath.
This course also introduces processes for the UCPath Template, PayPath, and Extended Leaves of Absence transactions.
Register for this course - SB-PHCMWFA110: WFA Overview
This course will detail the UCPath processes for funding a position, setting up and correcting regular pay, as well as setting up additional payments/compensation in the system. This course will also go over how to make pay corrections.
Register for this course - SB-PHCMBFS101: UCPath Training - Business and Financial Services
Required Instructor-Led Training
Position Management – Maintains effective date history of all UC positions – filled and vacant – and assigns positions to all employees including students. This course discusses the main points of position management, including creating a new position and updating filled and vac
Smart HR Template Transactions initiate the hiring and exit actions for employees at UCSB. This course focuses on full hire templates, including demonstrations of the custom templates necessary to complete actions specific to both academics and staff, including: full hire, rehire, intra-location transfer, termination, and more.
Smart HR Template Transactions initiate the hiring and exit actions for employees at UCSB. This course focuses on the custom templates necessary to complete actions specific to both academics and staff, including concurrent hire, rehire intra-location and Inter-Campus transfers, termination, retirement, and more.
PayPath is a custom component of UCPath designed to streamline updates to employee data. The component provides compliant functionality designed to meet UC's academic and staff requirements with a tight integration between HR actions and funding requirements. This course discusses the various types of transactions in PayPath, including changes to position data, job data, and additional pay. In addition, we review how to submit multiple actions in a single transaction.