Completing your mandatory and targeted training

Completing your mandatory and targeted training is now easier than ever.

Now, when you log in to Latte, the targeted training packages (as well as the mandatory packages) you are required to complete will be automatically assigned to you based on the information in Chris 21.

Mandatory v targeted training – what’s the difference?
All Monash Health employees are required to complete their Mandatory Training, such as iBelong and fire training, regardless of role. Targeted training is specific to your role, and you must complete what has been allocated to you.

How long will the training take to complete?
For most employees, the training overall takes less than 90 minutes per year. Many of the modules are short and can be completed in bursts. You can pause and return to a training module if required.

Training can also be accessed remotely.

What if I haven’t been assigned the correct training modules?
If you believe you haven’t been assigned to the correct training modules, please speak to your line manager. Your manager will look at the role you have been assigned in Position Management as this is used to allocate training.

When do I need to do it by?
Successfully completing your training is a critical part of delivering safe and effective care to our community. You are encouraged to work through the modules assigned to you as soon as possible; all assigned training will need to be completed by 1 July 2020.

As training develops, additional programs will be added to Latte, and these may be assigned to you, so please make it a habit to check in regularly for any additional requirements. Latte will also send you notifications via email as a reminder when there is something new or when you are due to redo a package.

Katrina Nankervis, Executive Director Residential Care & Support Services / Chief Nursing & Midwifery Officer

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