Title IX and Clery Act Training for Faculty and Staff
While most are aware of Title IX as the sex discrimination law, not everyone knows how much this law has and continues to evolve. However you manage campus issues and concerns, your duty is to know the law, establish an actionable Title IX harassment policy, and act in compliance. While you can’t control whether a student is only comfortable confiding in a Resident Advisor (RA), rather than your school’s Title IX Coordinator, you must ensure the RA knows how to respond and report appropriately.
EVERFI’s Title IX training courses on sexual assault prevention not only train administrators on the law, they also help to create a healthy, respectful learning environment that benefits everyone.
This course uses realistic scenarios faculty and staff can relate to as well as interactive elements that keep learners engaged throughout the course. Our approach to sexual assault prevention promotes empathy and support for survivors and increases learners' ability to intervene and prevent sexual assault.
Clery Act and Title IX Course Highlights:
- Bite-sized content is built in short sequences to promote critical thinking and reflection
- Realistic scenarios allow your faculty and staff to practice their responses
- Interactive knowledge checks allow you to monitor knowledge gain and changes in attitudes and beliefs while keeping your faculty and staff engaged
Course Training Topics:
Establish a foundation by defining and highlighting the most important elements of the Clery Act.
Explore crime reports and the handling of those reports through interactive case studies.
Teach your faculty and staff how, what, and when to report a crime on campus.
Policies and Programs
Interactive knowledge checks allow you to monitor knowledge gain and changes in attitudes and beliefs while keeping your faculty and staff engaged