Title IX Training for Employees

Online Training for Employees

As part of the CSU system’s ongoing efforts to end sexual misconduct on campus and ensure appropriate responses when violence occurs, training has been developed to provide guidance and insights on the subject for members of the campus community.  Title IX training--EDU: Eliminate Campus Sexual Violence (CSU)--is required of all CSU, Chico employees. The campus Title IX site provides more information on reporting sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, domestic or dating violence, and stalking.

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Training Details

Title: EDU: Eliminate Campus Sexual Violence (CSU)
Who? All CSU, Chico Employees.  This includes, but is not limited to, faculty, staff, administrators, graduate assistants, student assistants and anyone with an “active” status in PeopleSoft-HR.
What? Helps CSU employees identify sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, domestic or dating violence, and stalking.  Provides information, resources for reporting, and ways they can help the campus community.
Length? Approximately 60 minutes
Frequency:

Annually

Why?

CSU EO-1095 provides direction to campuses and employees on implementing Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (20 U.S.C. § 1681 et seq.); the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013 (which amends the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security and Campus Crimes Statistics Act, commonly known as the Clery Act) (20 U.S.C. 1092(f)) (VAWA) under its Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act provision (Campus SaVE Act); Title IV of the 1964 Civil Rights Act (42 U.S.C. § 2000c et seq.); the California Equity in Higher Education Act (Cal. Educ. Code § 66250 et seq.); the California Donahoe Higher Education Act (Cal. Educ. §§ 66000 et seq.); and the Governor's California Campus Blueprint to Address Sexual Assault, among other applicable state and federal laws and related regulations.

EO-1095 also prescribes training and education obligations which this training is designed to meet.

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Quick Guide to Online Training

  1. PC users: use Internet Explorer for this training.
  2. Before launching online courses in the DTS, please enable pop-ups for csuchico.learnerhall.com. Review Knowledge Base article Getting Started for more specific instructions.
  3. Click the Course Catalog tab in the top (black) menu.
  4. Click the Regulatory/Compliance Courses folder to expand the folder and view the course list.
    • Before launching online courses in the DTS, please enable pop-ups for csuchico.learnerhall.com. Review Knowledge Base article Getting Started for more specific instructions.
  5. Click Launch or Retake next to the title (EDU: Eliminate Campus Sexual Violence (CSU)).  Review Knowledge Base article Navigating the Development & Training System for more detailed instructions.
    • Exit the training before exiting your browser to save your progress and completion.

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If the “Launch” or "Retake" option is not available, but the “Review” option is, you have already completed the course and no further action is needed.

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FAQs

Below are frequently asked questions about the Title IX online training for CSU, Chico employees implemented July 2015.

  1. Q: Why do CSU, Chico employees have to take this training?
    1. Employees who are properly trained to respond to instances or reports of sexual misconduct help make our campus a safer place.  CSU employees are responsible for knowing what sexual misconduct is and how to report it. It is also required under the Executive Orders issued by the Chancellor’s Office.  View Training Details for more information.
  2. Q: Who has to take the “EDU: Eliminate Campus Sexual Violence (CSU)” online training?
    1. All CSU, Chico Employees must complete this training.  View Training Details for more information.
  3. Q: Do student employees have to take this training?
    1. Yes.  All CSU, Chico Employees must complete this training.  This includes, but is not limited to, faculty, staff, administrators, graduate assistants, student assistants and anyone with an active payroll status in PeopleSoft-HR.  View Training Details for more information.
  4. Q: Why didn’t you assign this training during the Spring when faculty were in session?
    1. Executive Order 1095 was revised and re-issued by the CSU on June 23, 2015.  This revised EO requires training “annually for all Employees consistent with their role in responding to and reporting incidents” regarding CSU policies against Sex Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, Sexual Misconduct, Dating and Domestic Violence, and Stalking, and to make victim resources available, including comprehensive victim services.
  5. Q: Why did you assign this training to all employees during the summer when most faculty are off-campus?
    1. The training was rolled out following the issuance of CSU Executive Order 1095
  6. Q: I’m retired.  Why did I get this notice?
    1. Anyone in active payroll status in PeopleSoft-HR—receiving a paycheck from the campus—received this notice. If your last paycheck is issued September 1, 2015, you will have received this notice because you are considered an active employee (by external agencies) as of July 30, 2015.
  7. Q: Why didn’t you notify the campus?
    1. A campus-wide email was sent to all campus employees on July 30, 2015 from Human Resources.
  8. Q: Why did I receive a Learning Track notice that said I needed to complete the training in 30 days – when I had already completed the training?
    1. The system assigns learning tracks, and then courses within the track.  The learning track assignment was setup for all state employees effective July 30, 2015, and the DTS notified every active employee of the learning track assignment.  
    2. If you were one of the few people who completed the Title IX training before it was assigned campus-wide, the system then processed your course completion and marked your Title IX learning track as complete.  You can view your status in the DTS to see if this is true.

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