Level 1 Mandatory Annual Training and MVR Check
All Kennesaw State University (KSU) employees must complete the Mandatory Vehicle Operator Training on an annual basis. This online course requires about 20 minutes to complete and satisfies the State of Georgia requirement for basic annual training.
The Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) included in this training module only needs to be submitted once to the Office of Enterprise Risk Management (OERM). There is no need to resubmit the form unless you have a change on your Georgia License (Name or Number); obtain a NEW Georgia license; or change the driver status on your license.
To take the course online go to: https://campustraining.kennesaw.edu/ and login with your NetID and Password.
- Scroll to Mandatory Vehicle Operator Training and click the link.
- Carefully read and follow the instructions and complete all sections of the course.
- For technical issues and support contact:
University Information Technology Services (UITS)
There is one (1) form provided at the end of the online training module that you must print, complete and sign:
Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) Form—Georgia Licenses Only
- As a State Agency, KSU is required to review a copy of every employee’s Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) report annually. The form provided is from the Georgia Department of Driver Services (DDS) and is required for KSU to request your Georgia MVR report from DDS directly.
- Complete this form in full, print, sign, and date where indicated.
- Send the original form via interoffice mail to:
KSU Office of Enterprise Risk Management (OERM)
Mail Drop 9093
- You will be notified by email if you do not qualify to operate a vehicle on behalf of KSU.
- If you currently have an out-of-state driver’s license, Human Resources will need to run your MVR. To submit an Out-of-State MVR to HR please complete the following steps.
- Go to: http://background.hrtrucheck.com/
- Click on Applicant Backgrounds and enter Access Code: ksu
- Go to New Users and Create a User Login and Password, then click on Register.
- Please make sure the position is listed as "Out of State MVR"
- Enter Personal Information and Sign
- Send only your MVR Form to OERM. Do not send any other paperwork, forms, or other documents as they will not be retained.
- If you have an out-of-state license and you are a resident of Georgia, you must obtain
a Georgia Driver’s License within 30 days of establishing residence.
( See O.C.G.A. §40-5-20).
- If you have a Georgia License but your address or name has changed, you have 60 days
to apply for a replacement license showing the correct information.
(See O.C.G.A. § 40-5-33).