OnCore Training

OnCore New User Training Info

The OnCore Support Team offers both online and in-person training for new OnCore users. The length of each training course varies based on the content covered for each role. Training registration is completed through the WashU Learn@Work system.

If you are a BJC or external employee who does not have access to the WashU Learn@Wrok system, please contact the OnCore Support Team to register for training.

In-Person Training

In-person training sessions take place on the Medical School Campus. Please see the OnCore Events Schedule or Learn@Work for future training sessions.

Please note that currently scheduled training sessions are for Oncology studies only. Non-oncology user training sessions will be announced in the coming months.

Online Training

If you are unable to attend in-person training, online training is available through WashU’s Learn@Work system. Please check with your supervisor to determine if online training will satisfy your training requirements, as some teams may require in-person training.

In Learn@Work, you will have two training options for OnCore:

  1. Clinical Team: users who need to register participants on studies and manage individual subjects throughout their study life cycle in OnCore
    Clinical Team training also covers Regulatory topics. The Regulatory Role is granted to coordinators with supervisor approval.
  2. View Only: users who need to search for protocols and subjects in OnCore, print out documents, and complete effort tracking within OnCore

Please contact the OnCore Support Team prior registering if you are unsure which training would best suit your job responsibilities. If you have already completed training, contact the OnCore Support Team to start the process of gaining access to the OnCore system.

Onsemble Community Resources

Forte, the company that developed OnCore, has numerous training materials on their online Learning Portal. You must be logged into OnCore to access the Forte Learning Portal. Many topics for end-users are documented here, either as tutorial videos or downloadable manuals. Please note that a username and password are required to access the video library and other Onsemble community page resources. You can request access on the Onsemble community page.