OPM Federal Training and Development Wiki

Training and development are one of the most critical areas to the success of an organization and their workforce to facilitate mission accomplishment.  For this reason knowledge management is essential in training to maintain the value and usefulness of the training function.  In 2011, OPM created the Training and Development Policy Wiki (Wiki) for Federal government training and development practitioners.  The shared goal of Wiki users is to learn, share relevant information, and collaborate across the government on all matters related to Federal training and development.  The OPM Wiki is open to everyone to view and search for content.  However, only Federal Government employees may register and post content tools, resources and best practices directly onto the wiki.  All users are encouraged to provide comments relevant to the page topic thus making the wiki a “living” and ever-evolving resource.


As of Friday, September 14, 2018, HR University (HRU.gov) is no longer an active website. Users will still be able to access available resources via OPM.gov and Telework.gov. 

Federal HR Institute (FHRI)

Established in 2017, FHRI was developed specifically for Federal HR practitioners. Our classes were designed by Federal HR professionals, and the instruction lets you take advantage of the Federal career maps offered by OPM. Attending FHRI gives you the ability to contribute to your agency at higher levels, and enhances your options for career advancement in the federal government.

For information on FHRI, visit the FHRI webpage in OPM.gov.

Access OPM courses for Federal HR Professionals! The courses are available for:

1. Individuals to take in a playable format

2. Agencies to import into their LMS


About This Wiki

Employee Development

Leadership Development

Training Program Evaluation

Innovation and Technology

Training Program Management

Federal Academic Alliance

HR Career Guide

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