Onboarding, PDC Student Employment

Onboarding for PD&C student employees consists a set of self-paced set of learning modules and a group-orientation. Both segments need to be completed in order to start your first shift in your work location.

All onboarding and required training must be completed in paid status. Be sure to follow the instructions provided to track and enter your time appropriately.

Learning Modules

The self-paced new employee learning modules are housed in BrightSpace and include required training on several safety topics. There are five modules that generally take a total of 2 hours to complete. You are not required to complete all modules in one sitting, you can save your progress and return at a later time.

These are mandatory, and module quizzes require 100% to pass. You will have 10 attempt to earn 100%, be sure to do so before moving on. If more attempts are needed due to exceeding 10 attempts, please email dining-hiring@purude.edu.

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BrightSpace can be accessed from the Purdue homepage or by clicking here. You will be asked to login with your BoilerKey. If you do not see the “PDC NEO Food Safety” course in your BrightSpace homepage, click the “ALL” tab that is located below “My Courses.” Refer to the the image provided below if needed.

Troubleshooting: If you still do not see the course in your BrightSpace or have questions or problems with the learning module content, email the Central Hiring team at dining-pdchiring@purdue.edu. Contact ITaP for BrightSpace access issues.

Group Orientation

This 45-60 minute session will cover important employment policies and procedures as well as provide you an opportunity to ask any questions that you may have. Take a few minutes to review the Student Employee Manual before your session. The Student Employee Manual and your orientation link will be sent via email at least 24 hours in advance. Orientation is facilitated by the Central Hiring team.

“Don’t be afraid to give your best to what seemingly are small jobs. Every time you conquer one it makes you that much stronger. If you do the little jobs well, the big ones will tend to take care of themselves.” – William Patten

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