REQUIRED TRAINING | COVID-19: Return to Working on Campus

 UCLA Guidelines on COVID-19: Return to Working on Campus

The required online training is designed to help members of the UCLA community safely return to working on campus during the coronavirus pandemic.

The course, COVID-19: Return to Working on Campus, is required for all faculty, staff, postdocs, student workers, and other personnel whose presence is needed on campus, starting with those who are currently approved to work onsite at the University.

 About COVID-19: Return to Working on Campus

This 12-minute training course covers critical COVID-19 health and safety information, including self-monitoring and testing, workplace and personal hygiene best practices, physical distancing, face-covering protection, and related campus resources. The goal of the training is to provide a baseline set of practices to protect workers from the spread of COVID-19 upon their return to campus.


Complete the Training

You can access the course in the UC Learning System (Course Code: LACEHS-COVID-ECO). All UCLA personnel are required to complete the training by December 31, 2020 or before working on campus, whichever occurs first.

Frequently Asked Questions

Project Managers (PM) and/or University Representatives who hire third-party vendors must communicate the UCLA expectations regarding working on university-owned properties during the COVID-19 pandemic. This information must include: proper face-covering usage at all times (except while eating or using other required respiratory protection), physical distancing of 6 feet whenever possible, appropriate hand hygiene, and adherence to the protocol [] for daily usage of the Third-party Contractor Symptom Monitoring Survey. [] Contractors who do not have a UID can enter a 10-digit phone number in lieu of a UID.

A training guide and training handouts are available for managers and supervisors to conduct in-person sessions. Campus Human Resources Training and Development ([email protected]) can assist with documentation of course completion for those not taking the course online.

For departments conducting online team trainings (i.e. via Zoom or Teams), a Powerpoint version of the eLearning module is available.


Some campus work teams include students who may not be employed, therefore do not have access to the Campus Learning Management System to complete the eLearning module. For these individuals, it is recommended they read the Training Handout and sign an attestation that it has been read. This attestation can be in the form of a training roster (or sign-in sheet) or an email indicating they have read the document.