Accounts Payable Training Now Available in Learning Management System
The Procurement and Business Services team, in collaboration with the Administrative Services Center, has generated a new training course that will provide a high-level overview of several accounts payable processes for employees.
The Accounts Payable Training takes users through a module that covers procurement policies and procedures, purchase orders, supplier onboarding, invoice submissions, and more.
The training is open to all Georgia Tech employees and serves as a reference guide to employees who are new to Georgia Tech as well as those who would appreciate a refresher or have questions about these processes.
“The Accounts Payable Training course is encouraged for all new employees who have any type of role in procuring or paying for items and services using Georgia Tech funds, as well as seasoned employees,” said Associate Vice President of Finance and Planning Jennifer Hubert. “The course provides a general overview of various roles related to procurement and vendor management, and guides participants through the processes that promote greater efficiency in pursuit of administrative excellence.”
Accessing the Training:
Employees interested in completing the Accounts Payable Training can access it via the Learning Management System course catalog.
The training takes approximately 30 minutes to complete and is followed by a brief end-of-course survey. Please allow up to 48 hours for completion status to be reflected in the system.
This is the latest in a series of training courses that are intended for all financial administrators on campus. The Finance and Planning team has also recently created Accounting 101 and Procure to Pay High-Level Overview courses that are available for all employees and strongly recommended for Georgia Tech financial administrators. In addition, those who utilize Workday financials are encouraged to review the recently updated Workday training courses. A list of all relevant courses is available on Finance and Planning’s website via the resources link.