This is a message from your TASFAA Training Chair, Janie Burns. I want to share the information below with you just in case you did not see it on the IFAP website.
Subject: Online Training Modules - FSA Quick Takes
Summary: This letter announces the availability of FSA Quick Takes, a new series of brief online recordings from Federal Student Aid on trending financial aid topics.
We are pleased to announce the availability of a new online training opportunity for financial aid administrators. The FSA Quick Takes series offers short, focused recordings that integrate easily into a busy professional’s schedule. These recordings are accessible online and each is about 15 minutes long.
The FSA Quick Takes series covers in-demand topics of current interest to the financial aid community, including:
· Finding FSA Training
· Conflicting Information
· Paper Secondary Confirmation Part I and II
· Professional Judgment
FSA Quick Takes is available on the Federal Student Aid E-Training Web site, located athttp://fsatraining.info. To access the training series, log in to Federal Student Aid E-Trainingwith your username and password and select “Training by Topics” on the main menu bar. From the drop-down menu, choose "Quick Takes Videos" and then select "Start Here" to launch the series.
Note: If you do not have a username and password for Federal Student Aid E-Training, click on "Create new account" on the home page and follow the instructions to create a username and password.
In the future, watch for additional FSA Quick Takes training modules to be announced on the Federal Student Aid E-Training Web Site. We will also send e-mail notifications to Federal Student Aid E-Training account holders to announce the addition of new topics in the series.
Thank you for your continued interest in and support of our training efforts. If you have questions about this new series or would like to suggest ideas for future topics to cover, please contact David Bartlett at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Acting Service Director, Operations
Federal Student Aid