ISAAC Training

Arizona State University’s Integrated System for ASU Access Control (ISAAC) provides in-person and online training for segment and area managers. ISAAC offers segment managers a tiered training program. Meetings on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month provide managers’ updates.

日本一本道a不卡免费Area managers must enroll to the area manager organization on Blackboard. The Blackboard training site provides area managers with videos and semiannual webinars on basic Lenel use.

Segment managers must enroll to both segment and area manager organizations on Blackboard. Tests and announcements are offered through Blackboard.

Area Managers

The three-hour semiannual webinars provide area managers with information on how to be an effective area manager. An announcement is sent through Blackboard once an exact date is selected for the webinar. The Blackboard videos match the section covered in the webinar. Each section is intended to refresh learned skills. Area manager duties are delegated by segment managers. Therefore, if time permits, it is recommended that segment managers participate in area manager training.

Monthly Meetings

日本一本道a不卡免费Hour-and-a-half-long bi-monthly meetings cover core skills and discuss any issues segment or area managers encounter. Meetings review tips other segment or area managers have learned and a short training session. The information covered is primarily influenced by issues in previous meetings. Meeting dates are posted on the SharePoint calendar for segment managers or on the Blackboard calendar.

Tiered Training

日本一本道a不卡免费Each training may be taken as many times as desired, but must be completed consecutively. Once training dates are established, announcements for each tier are sent through Blackboard.

  • 日本一本道a不卡免费Tier 1: A five-hour webinar provides an alternative to traditional classroom training on the day-to-day operation of Lenel access control system. Training is typically offered in the spring.

  • 日本一本道a不卡免费Tier 2: A three-hour in-person training session reviews basic daily operations of area access management. Training includes demonstration of several advanced topics. Training is typically offered during the summer.

  • 日本一本道a不卡免费Tier 3: A five-hour in-person training session examines advanced access control operations. Training is typically offered in the fall of each year.