Global Title IX Training
May 18, 2020, NACUA Program Schedule
Title IX: The Department of Education’s Final Rule on Sexual Harassment
- Status of the Regulations
- Actual Knowledge
- Program or activity
- “Must terminate”
- Emergency Removals
- Cross Examination
- Standard of Evidence
- Specific Issues Related to Employees
- Communication with Stakeholders
- NACUA, Title IX Final Regulations Grid with Preamble (May 17, 2020)
- U.S. Department of Education, Title IX Regulations Addressing Sexual Harassment (May 6, 2020) (unoffcial copy).
- U.S. Department of Education, “Title IX: U.S. Department of Education Title IX Final Rule
Overview” (May 6, 2020).
- U.S. Department of Education, “Title IX: Summary of Major Provisions of the Department of Education’s Title IX Final Rule” (May 6, 2020).
- U.S. Department of Education, “Title IX: Summary of Major Provisions of the Department of Education’s Title IX Final Rule and Comparison to the NPRM” (May 6, 2020).
- U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights, “Title IX Regulations Addressing Sexual
Harassment” (Webinar, May 6, 2020).
Investigator Report Writing Workshop – April 2022
Deputy TIX Coordinator Training
Training facilitated by the Utah Attorney General’s Office to the following University stakeholders:
- University Counsel Members
- Athletic Administrators and Coaches
- Title IX Committee
- Academic Department Chairs and Program Coordinators
- Refresher training to encourage reporting for various teams on campus.
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TIX Coordinator Training
NACUA’s Title IX Coordinator Training Online Course is a blend of self-paced and instructor-led modules. Once registered, students are able to view the pre-recorded webinars in the course modules at their convenience – at home, the office, or anywhere there is a connection to the Internet. Live classes will give students the opportunity to interact with their instructors. These classes will not be recorded.
Fundamentals of the August 2020 Regulatory Requirements (pre-recorded webinars)
MODULE 1: Jurisdiction and Other Threshold Topics
- Definition of Sexual Harassment
- To Whom do the Regulations Apply? Applicability of Regulations to Students and Employees (Title VII)
- When and Where do the Regulations Apply?
- Implementation Issues
- Required Institutional Response to a Report
MODULE 2: Formal Complaints, Investigations & Grievance Procedures
- The Formal Complaint
- Written Notice of Allegations
- Dismissal of Formal Complaints
- Informal Resolution
- Relevancy Determinations and more
MODULE 3: Policy & Training Obligations
- Dissemination of Policy
- Elements to be Included in Your Policy
- Policy Decision Points
- Required Training
Module 4: Definitions, Jurisdiction and Preliminary Matters
- Important definitions, including the definition of “sexual harassment” for Title IX purposes
- Title IX jurisdictional issues, including the scope of an institution’s programs or activities
- The filing of a formal complaint
Mandatory and discretionary dismissals of formal complaints
- Providing supportive measures, including to both complainants and respondents
- Planning for and implementing informal resolution
Module 5: Conducting a Title IX Investigation
- The applicability of the Title IX regulations to investigations when employees are involved
- Conducting an investigation of a formal complaint
- Ensuring impartiality and avoiding conflicts of interest, bias and prejudgment
- Understanding relevance
- Addressing conduct that violates other policies or policy provisions
Module 6: The Grievance Process, Hearings & Appeals
- Ensuring due process and fundamental fairness
- Making credibility determinations
- Advisors and their role within the grievance process
- Producing written determinations
- The appeal process
Module 7: Anatomy of an OCR Investigation
- What to expect
- How to respond
- Resolution options