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fast-train-logo-email.pngGood news! We have recently updated our Fast-Train site, which now includes: 

  • A new logo,
  • A mobile-friendly, task-oriented, and icon-based navigation page. These icons will make it easier to find courses and course calendars, transcripts, goals, and much more. 
  • A “Good to Know” page that features pertinent information about our courses, instructions on navigating through the new icons, and other professional development-related information.

Additional upgrades are also planned for later this year, with several of the upgrades benefiting supervisors.  More information will be forthcoming. If you have questions, please email

Entering Fast-Train

  • The sign-in for Fast-Train is located within the AU Access portal. Sign into AU Access from the University’s main web page.
  • Go to the “Employees” tab.
  • On that page under “Professional Development” click on “Fast-Train,” and you will be taken directly to your Fast-Train navigation page. That page will assist you with its operation. All users will see blue icons; supervisors will have access to orange icons; and instructors will have access to the "Teaching Schedule" icon.

For more information contact HR Development at

Training History

To view your training history, click on the "Training History" icon on the Fast-Train Navigation Page. You may export your training history from this screen.

Fast-Train Generated Emails

Based on the action taking place, Fast-Train generates these emails:

  • To the employee indicating that we know that he/she has requested a particular course.
  • To the supervisor asking the supervisor to go to Fast-Train to approve or disapprove of the employee taking the course.
  • If the course is full, to the requesting employee indicating that he/she has been placed on a waiting list.
  • If the course is open, to the employee indicating that the request for attendance has been approved.
  • To the employee, if registered, reminding him/her that the class is coming up.
  • Once the employee has attended the session, indicating that the course has now been entered as completed in his/her training history. All emails will appear to be from
  • To the employee and supervisor if the employee enrolled but did not attend the course.
Last updated: 03/31/2020