UConn Compliance Related Training Requirements (List 2)

This resource is designed to assist you with identifying mandatory training requirements within each work area. It provides only a brief description of the general requirements. For additional details related to which training you may be required to complete, speak to your supervisor and/or the specific training content owner(s) listed below.

Last Updated on: 9/2/22

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Sexual Harassment, Anti-Discrimination, and Related Trainings
Training Description Population Covered Frequency Platform Regulation /Policy Content Owner Contact Info
Diversity Awareness Training This 3-hour session provides information pertaining to the federal and state statutory provisions concerning discrimination and hate crimes directed at protected classes, including remedies and resources available to victims. Additionally, this training session includes standards for working with and serving community members across a globally diverse working and learning environment. New employees and graduate assistants will gain awareness of their rights, responsibilities, and resources under the University’s non-discrimination policies, and develop tools to address and prevent discrimination and discriminatory harassment, and contribute to a culture of respect, equity, and inclusion.

All full-time employees, special payroll employees at 20+ hours/week, and graduate assistants

Once upon hire

• Employees to complete within 6 months of hire

• Graduate assistants to complete by or before end of first semester

WebEx CGS-Section 46a-54(16) Office of Institutional Equity and Office for Diversity and Inclusion equity@uconn.edu
Sexual Harassment Training This 2-hour session provides information pertaining to federal and state statutory provisions concerning sexual harassment, including remedies and resources available to victims. Additionally, this session addresses organizational risk factors and offers practical prevention strategies. New employees and graduate assistants will gain awareness of their rights, responsibilities, and resources under the University’s Policy Against Discrimination, Harassment, and Related Interpersonal Violence, and develop tools to cultivate trauma-informed response practices to disclosures of sexual harassment, sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and stalking, in accordance with Responsible Employee reporting obligations.

All employees (regardless of payroll type), and graduate assistants

Once upon hire and not less than every 10 years thereafter

• Employees to complete within 30 days of hire

• Graduate assistants to complete by or before end of first semester

WebEx & Learning@Work CGS-Section 46a-54(15)(A), Title IX, Clery Act/VAWA Office of Institutional Equity and Office for Diversity and Inclusion equity@uconn.edu
Search Committee Training This 45-minute session provides information designed to familiarize search committee members with the search process and requisite procedures at the University. Additionally, this session outlines state and federal Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity laws and regulations that impact the search and hiring process, and presents best practices for recruiting a diverse candidate pool and managing implicit bias to ensure an objective, qualifications-based evaluation process. All serving on a search committee Once prior to search committee service

Learning@Work

Institutional Mandate OIE/ODI equity@uconn.edu
Minor Protection Training Provides overview of UConn’s Protection of Minors policy, requirements for University youth activities, and child abuse reporting requirements. All individuals serving as authorized adults in University youth activities Annually Learning@Work Protection of Minors & Reporting of Child Abuse & Neglect Policy HR 860-486-4510