K@TE is a collaborative learning initiative implemented in 2017 by three different programs at UT, all of which are detailed below. Through K@TE, UT employees are able to register for and take training, as are external UT stakeholders and customers.
If you are not a UT employee and need to create a new K@TE account, choose the UT program providing your training from the below list. Each heading will direct you to the current course offerings and training services in K@TE and instructions for creating your new account.
The UT Institute for Public Service (IPS) takes the expertise of a statewide university to the communities of Tennessee by helping leaders in government, business and law enforcement solve real-world problems every day. IPS plays a key role in the public service component of UT by assisting city and county governments in Tennessee and by training law enforcement personnel on a local, regional and national level. With offices in every region of the state, IPS also helps Tennessee manufacturers reduce costs and increase revenues.
- Center for Industrial Services (CIS)
- County Technical Assistance Service (CTAS) or CTAS Training
- Law Enforcement Innovation Center (LEIC)
- Municipal Technical Advisory Service (MTAS)
- Naifeh Center for Effective Leadership (NCEL)
The UT Institute of Agriculture (UTIA), through its colleges, research and education centers, and county extension offices, serves the people of Tennessee and beyond through the discovery, communication and application of knowledge.
UTIA, working with the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, is committed to providing undergraduate, graduate and professional education programs in a diverse learning environment that prepares students to be leaders in a global society. UTIA's delivery of education, discovery, and outreach contributes to the economic, social and environmental well-being of all Tennesseans and focuses on contemporary problems faced by Tennessee, the nation, and the world.
The UT System Office of Employee and Organizational Development (EOD) embraces life-long learning and provides employees with opportunities for personal and professional growth.
EOD provides more than 150 in-person training courses, seminars, and conferences for UT faculty and staff each year. Additionally, EOD provides 300 eLearning courses at no cost to UT employees on a variety of topics, making it easy for UT employees to meet their development needs.