Agency Training & Development

Interview and Selection On-Line Training






Effective 9/01/2021, to become certified to participate in employment interviews, please seek supervisory/management approval within your agency. Once approved, please log-in to OneNet and complete the training at: https://onenet.illinois.gov/page.aspx?item=136586.

After the training has been completed, forward a copy of your certificate to your agency's training coordinator.








Interview & Selection Coordinator Listing

Agency Interview & Selection Coordinator contact list.

 

Interview & Selection Updates

Information regarding updates and changes to the Interview & Selection process.

 

Rutan Interviewer Recertification Training

Over 4,800 individuals statewide have completed the CMS Interviewer Certification Training within OneNet!

This was a first step to sunset the Rutan Interviewing certifications which are now vastly outdated with the State's progression toward an electronic and more robust process for structured interviews and alignment with the Comprehensive Employment Plan (CEP). Structured interviews will continue with the current CMS Interview procedures and what was formerly known as Rutan Interviewer Training shall be CMS Interviewer Training.

Rutan Certified individuals will need to complete the OneNet CMS Interviewer Certification Training if they have not already done so to be involved in interviews from 01/01/2022 forward. CMS will archive all Rutan Interviewer Certifications on 12/31/21 and the CMS Interviewer Certification will be required for all interviewers.

If you have any questions or issues with this training, please contact us at CMS.ATD@illinois.gov.

 

Harassment and Discrimination Prevention Training

Beginning in 2020, each officer, member, and employee must complete, at least annually, a harassment and discrimination prevention training program within 30 days after commencement of his or her office or employment.  In accordance with the Human Rights Act, all individuals have the right to be free from sexual harassment, unlawful discrimination, and harassment.  Furthermore, in accordance with the State Officials and Employees Ethics Act, all persons have a right to work in an environment free from sexual harassment.  All persons subject to this Act are prohibited from sexually harassing any person, regardless of any employment relationship or lack thereof."  

Following the training, please complete and provide the acknowledgement form to your ethics officer.

Harassment and Discrimination Prevention Training

If you have any special needs or requirements, please let us know and we will do our best to provide accommodations.

If you have questions or concerns regarding our training programs, please contact us at:

Central Management Services
Agency Training and Development
503 Stratton Office Building
Springfield, Illinois 62706
Phone: (217) 524-8700