DOI Learn FAQ's, Training Aids and Orientation Info

Frequently Asked Questions

The U.S. Geological Survey maintains a DOI Learn Frequently Asked Questions for all DOI users.  Please check here first to see if we've addressed your question before.

Printable Desk References and other training materials

Learners: Find information about the topics below at USGS's Office of Organizational and Employee Development website.

  • DOI Learn Search Tips
  • New Federal Hires - Information
  • How to Request an Account for External/Non DOI User
  • How to Login and Update Your Profile
  • How to Register for a Course and Enroll in a Class
  • How to Print Transcript & Certificates
  • How to Validate Training That You Have Completed
  • How to Create an SF-182 for the learner

Supervisors: Find information about the topics below at USGS's Office of Organizational and Employee Development website.

  • How to Approve Training
  • How to Mark Training as Complete in the Employee's Gradebook
  • How to Manage the SF-182 and Approve/Complete for Your Employee
  • How to Submit a Class on Behalf of an Employee
  • How to Run Standard Reports
  • How to Run Custom Reports
  • What a Supervisor Needs To Know about their Role

Internet Explorer 11 Considerations for DOI Learn (NEW!)

If you've recently upgraded to Internet Explorer 11 you may need to make some adjustments to your browser in order to access training in DOI Learn.  The DOI Learn Program Office has created a job aid to help learners check their browser configuration. The job aid can be found here.

Dashboard for Supervisors (NEW!)

The Dashboard provides the ability for supervisors to have quick access to information regarding themselves and their assigned employees. The dashboard button is located on the My Home tab and a quick reference guide can be found here.

Setting Your Security Questions

DOI Learn Orientation Webinars

  • Do you need to manage training for your organization?
Webinar link and teleconference information will be emailed to registrants 1-2 days before the day of the webinar.
 
Last updated 1/30/2017