Welcome to the OCFO Training website! Here you will find many different resources that you can use to improve your career and skills. To view this site, click on of the links to the left.
Proposal to Closeout (P2C) Online Course Now Available!
The OCFO Training group is proud to announce the release of the online version of the Proposal to Closeout (P2C) training. We have combined the course content with the videos in a unique way that will allow participants to view the videos we took during the actual training course and ask questions via a Commons bulletin board system. The course starts off with a brief introduction of the overall process, responsibilities, and actions for participants to complete (i.e. print a participant's guide and check for sound). The main part of the course contains videos accessed through on interactive menu which keeps track of each participant's progress through the 17 process step videos. Participants are offered additional resources and a place to ask questions at each step of the course. While the course is a little over 2 hours in length, you may exit the course at any time without having to start over. The course will keep track of your progress and allow you to resume where you left off (if using the same computer to access the course).
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Free Online Learning Subscriptions to Lab's SkillSoft Subscription Available
The Lab's SkillSoft subscription features hundreds of online books, courses, simulations and performance support tools on a variety of business and management topics. You can access Skillsoft at work, at home, or on the road from a PC using Internet Explorer, or MAC using Safari. Examples of courses available include: Time Management, Project Management, Business Writing, Leading Teams, Problem Solving, Coaching, Excel 2010, and PowerPoint. To see descriptions of OCFO-recommended courses and books, please click HERE.
The Berkeley Lab Institute (BLI) offers this service free on a rolling two month basis. To subscribe, contact Emalynn Robinson, BLI Coordinator, at x7001 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Subscriptions can be renewed as needed. For more information or other questions about this valuable resource, you can contact Phil Weiss at x7873 or go to the BLI website.