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Tiger Training is Clemson University’s designated Training Management System, to be used for all University required (compliance) and optional training.

Overview

  • Tiger Training assists Clemson University with hosting, delivering, tracking, and reporting on all required training for faculty, staff, and students.
  • Tiger Training houses various required and optional training courses. New training courses are added frequently.
  • Tiger Training has a customized Training Management System that the University has built in collaboration with the Bridge corporation. Bridge is not to be confused with Canvas, the University’s learning management platform for academia, or the Bridge-to-Clemson program for students.

Accessing Tiger Training

If you have required training due, you will receive a notification from the Tiger Training system that will inform you of upcoming courses a week before the designated due date.

To access the Tiger Training system and review your training assignments:

  • Go to Tiger Training
  • Use your Clemson username and password to login
  • Recommended web browsers: Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome

Training

  • What is a Training Management System? (Video)
  • Training Management System Learning Guide
    • You may see the name Bridge in relation to our Training Management System. Tiger Training has a customized Training Management System that the University has built in collaboration with the Bridge corporation. Bridge is not to be confused with Canvas, the University’s learning management platform for academia, or the Bridge-to-Clemson program for students.
  • What required training do I need to complete?

    Training / CourseFacultyStaffStudent Workers
    Bridges: Building a Supportive Community  
    Conflict of Interest  
    Information Security Awareness
    Policies and Procedures for Equitable Treatment  
    Fire Extinguisher Training  

For additional information, or training on your role in the Tiger Training system, please contact tigertraining@clemson.edu

Frequently Asked Questions

In some cases, you may be required to take certain courses one or more times annually. Please contact tigertraining@clemson.edu for more information about these training requirements.
Yes, all supervisors should provide both time and equipment so that all the employees they supervise are able to meet training requirement deadlines.
Yes, if you would like to become an author in the Tiger Training system, please contact tigertraining@clemson.edu for assistance.
Additional training guidance is offered by the University’s vendor. Please visit https://community.bridgeapp.com/community/faq/bridge-learn
We recommend using Chrome or Firefox and do not recommend using Internet Explorer or Safari.
Tiger Training is Clemson University’s choice in a training management system and is used to deliver and track your required training. Tiger Training is an engaging, streamlined, and effective learning management platform that allows Clemson to quickly extend to our employees the skills, tools and knowledge that they need to be successful.
Simply visit tigertraining.clemson.edu to login to Tiger Training. Once there, enter your Clemson username and password in the username and password fields.
No, the Tiger Training system is not related to the Bridge-to-Clemson program. In late 2017, the University secured an outside software vendor named Bridge to provide the University its training management system (TMS). We called it Tiger Training to avoid confusion with the Bridge-to-Clemson program. Tiger Training is available for use by all faculty, staff and students. To access your required training and training deadlines, used the preferred web browsers (Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome), visit tigertraining.clemson.edu and log in using your Clemson username and password.

When you visit TigerTraining.clemson.edu, your required training is inventoried for you, which helps take the guess work out. Most faculty and staff are required to take the following University-required trainings:

  • Bridges: Building A Supportive Community
  • Drug and Alcohol Policy
  • Policies and Procedures for Equitable Treatment
  • Information Security Awareness
  • Fire Extinguisher Safety
  • If you are a student worker you are required to take the following University-required trainings
  • Information Security Awareness

From a troubleshooting point of view, below are a list of things you can try:

  • Switch browsers to the recommended Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome. Internet Explorer does not work well with the Tiger Training System.
  • Clear your cache.
  • If the problem persists, contact us at tigertraining@clemson.edu.
Recently we rebranded the training management system to Tiger Training. Originally,, the University secured an outside software vendor named Bridge to provide the University its training management system (TMS). Recently we changed the name to Tiger Training to avoid confusion with the Bridge-to-Clemson program. Tiger Training is available for use by all faculty, staff and students. To access your required training and training deadlines, used the preferred web browsers (Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome), visit tigertraining.clemson.edu and log in using your Clemson username and password.

The email notification that you have received is from Clemson University’s Training Management System, Tiger Training. Because of your classification in the University’s HRIS System, you are required to complete training delivered through Tiger Training. In the future, to access the Tiger Training system and review your required training assignments:

  • Go to https://clemson.bridgeapp.com
  • Login in using your Clemson username and password.
  • Recommended web browsers: Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome
As an employee of Clemson University, the employees you supervise have access to University resources and systems, and as a result, they are asked to complete all required training. Doing required training protects Clemson and all who work for the University.
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