REQUIRED EMPLOYEE TRAINING
Security Awareness Training
All employees of SWCC must obtain a security awareness training certificate in order to receive/maintain access to SWCC net
worked information including computers, printers, email, networked applications, AIS and SIS information.
–Employees will receive an email notice for Certification Renewal in their sw.edu mailbox each year on their individual certification date, and must complete the online security awareness training within 30 days.
Access the Security Awareness Training website at https://va.moatusers.com.
Contact Paula Owens, CISO, if you have questions or need support.
Phone: 276.964.7344, firstname.lastname@example.org or Charles Musick at 276.964.7647, email@example.com
DIRECTIVE FROM THE VCCS HRMS
All employees must complete the HRMS Overview and Self Service Training. These mandatory courses are accessed through Knowledge Center Global
If you are a first time user or you need help accessing the KCG system, please call Connie Harris at 276.964.7339 (x7339 if dialing from on-campus).
Click the logo to be directed to SWCC’s KC Global login page
View the KC Global User Tour to learn how to use KC Global
EMPLOYEE INFORMATION AND RESOURCES
Resources & Links
COVACARE ValueOptions – Behavioral Health and Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
ValueOptions provides your behavioral health and EAP benefits under COVA Care. Review the website at http://www.achievesolutions.net/ for full information about the services available to you.
We recommend that you call ValueOptions at 1-866-725-0602 so that your care through the ValueOptions services can be authorized in advance. A ValueOptions participating provider works with a care manager to ensure that the services you receive are covered under your plan.
When you self-refer to a non-network provider, you are responsible for making sure the services you receive are medically necessary for your condition. There is no out-of-network coverage (except for an emergency) unless you choose the Out-of-Network option.
The Employee Assistance Program offers up to four visits at no cost to you or members of your household for counseling in such areas as mental health, substance abuse, work and family issues, financial or legal matters.
The purpose of CommonHealth of Virginia is to assist state employees, their families, and state retirees, in identifying and changing unhealthy behavior and lifestyles. Participants in CommonHealth identify their own health risks by filling out a health risk appraisal and participating in a medical screening at the worksite. Each participant reviews a confidential health risk profile which pinpoints personal health risks and areas that need improvement and which outlines the steps necessary to make positive lifestyle changes.
There are many health promotion programs delivered at the worksite. If you are a state employee living within SWCC’s service region of Buchanan, Dickenson, Russell, or Tazewell Counties, Virginia, your contact for information about CommonHealth and the programs available to you is: Connie Harris, firstname.lastname@example.org, 276.964.7339