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Basic Cash Control Training: Welcome

What to Know
Welcome

As the scale shows, we believe that an ounce of prevention is more important than a pound of cure. This basic cash control information has been divided into eight topic areas to expedite your review and completion of the training material in multiple short sessions if that is your preference.

In addition, campus resources are listed to answer any questions you may have now or in the future related to cash handling.  Completion of the entire training material will take approximately 30-60 minutes.

  • Practice exercises are included in some lessons.
  • The optional exercises are for you to practice applying the information that was just presented. These are not tests and will not be scored or seen by anybody other than you, so don't worry about guessing. To view the exercise(s) click the golden "Take the exercises" button located near the bottom of some topic segments.
  • There are two ways to navigate between topics 
    • click on the topic in the navigation bar on the left side of each page.
    • or move forward to the next topic by clicking the "On to ___" image at the bottom of each page.
  • Glossary words are highlighted in green text. Simply click on the highlighted word to be directed to the glossary window.  Note: the glossary will open on the first term that begins with the same letter as the word you clicked on.  Scroll down to locate the specific term you are seeking.
  • When you are ready to begin, click "On to Goals" below or select a topic from the left navigation bar on this page.

The foundation for this class is UC Business and Finance Bulletin BUS-49, Cashiering Responsibilities and Guidelines. If you are seeking training on the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS) click here.

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