Discrimination, Harassment and Retaliation (DHR) Prevention

Online Training for Employees

The CSU is committed to providing all employees and students with an educational and working environment that is free from illegal harassment and discrimination. The CSU requires employees take one of the courses below (based on job duties) to help university faculty, staff and student employees share in maintaining a respectful working and educational environment. 

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Quick Guide to Assigned/Required Training

  1. PC users: use Internet Explorer. Mac users: use Safari. (Don't use Firefox.)
    • We recommend using a campus computer to pass through campus and CSU firewalls.
  2. Enable pop-ups for csuchico.learnerhall.com. Review Knowledge Base Getting Started - Important System Requirements for DTS.  Click on “Enabling pop-ups for…” and select the red title with the name of the browser you’re using.
  3. Once you’ve enabled pop-ups, type the following in the URL of the browser: training.csuchico.edu.
    • You will be forwarded to the campus Training and Professional Development web page.
  4. Click the “Login to DTS” button or go to Quicklinks in the left navigation and select “Development and Training System”.
    • You will be prompted to enter your Chico State Portal/Email username and password. Then click the Login button.
  5. Find Your Assigned Training: Once in the DTS, click the My Menu tab in the top (black) menu.
  6. Click My Assignment and view the course list to see e-courses that display “Launch” or “Retake” in the action column.
    • If no courses indicate you need to launch or retake them, you are currently in compliance and no further action is needed at this time.
  7. Click Launch or Retake next to the title.  Review Knowledge Base 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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Training Details: CSU Preventing Discrimination and Harassment for Non-Supervisors

Title: CSU: Preventing Discrimination and Harassment for Non-Supervisors
Who?

All new employees and all existing non-supervisory employees (faculty, staff, managers, and student employees)

What?

The CSU is committed to providing all employees and students with an educational and working environment that is free from illegal harassment and discrimination. In this course, you'll experience a variety of interactive, real-world scenarios that will provide you the opportunity to practice the crucial skills necessary to help the university maintain a respectful working and educational environment.

Why? Consistent with the Fair Employment and Housing Act, EO 1095, EO 1096, and EO 1097, the CSU requires all employees to receive Anti-Sexual Harassment training upon their initial arrival at campus.
Length? 1 hour
Frequency: Annually

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Training Details: CSU Anti-Harassment, Discrimination and Retaliation Training for Supervisors (required by AB 1825)

Previously called "Sexual Harassment Prevention for Supervisors”

Title: EDU Supervisor: Anti-Harassment, Discrimination, Retaliation
Who?

Employees (including student employees) who lead or direct the work of others.

EDU Supervisor training is automatically assigned when someone else “reports to” you. This “reports to” assignment is tracked in PeopleSoft. 

If you feel this training assignment is incorrect, please notify pdev@csuchico.edu. We will contact the “reports to” maintainer for your unit/college and work with them to update PeopleSoft.

What? The CSU is committed to providing its staff, students, and faculty with an educational and working environment that is free from illegal harassment and discrimination. This course provides the opportunity to practice the crucial skills necessary to facilitate a respectful working and educational environment.
Why? The CSU and State Law (AB 1825, 2004, and Cal. Govt. Code Section 12950.1) require all employees who become supervisors to receive training regarding sexual harassment prevention for supervisors. This e-course also complies with California law (AB 2053) requiring training to prevent abusive conduct in the workplace.
Length? 2 hours - State law requires the training duration to be at least 120 minutes
Frequency: When assuming the position, and then every 2 years thereafter.
Footnotes

1Individuals who are required to complete this training include, but are not limited to:

  • Administrators with supervisory responsibilities
  • Department chairs
  • Faculty in roles such as “program coordinator”, “director”, etc., if those roles involve supervisory responsibilities or providing work direction to employees and/or students
  • Any employee with the word “supervisor” in his/her position title, responsibilities, or position description
  • Athletic coaches
  • Employees with lead worker responsibilities
  • Faculty or staff who assign work to student employees, whether or not they are the supervisor of record

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Navigating to EDU Supervisor

      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 - Important System Requirements for DTS for 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.
      5. Click Launch or Retake next to the course title. 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 at this time.

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