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: 7/1/19

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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 The Office of Institutional Equity (OIE) in partnership with the Office for Diversity and Inclusion (ODI) will present several 3-hour Diversity Awareness Training sessions throughout the Academic Year.

All employees on regular and special payroll (20+ hours week) and graduate assistants

Once (within 6 months of hire and graduate assistants within their first semester as assistants In Person C.G.S. 46A-54(16) OIE/ODI 860-486-2943
Sexual Harassment Training 2-hour Sexual Harassment Prevention Training sessions throughout the Academic Year.

All employees on regular and special payroll and graduate assistants

Once.  Individuals last trained prior to 10/1/18 required to complete 2 hours of re-training by 10/1/20 In person and online. C.G.S. 46a - 54(15)(b) OIE/ODI 860-486-2943
Search Committee Training Search committee members will be required to complete search committee training before serving on a committee. Training workshops now include AA/EEO compliance information, search process steps, and overcoming implicit bias in the search and hire process. All employees serving on a search committee Once

In person and online.

Institutional Mandate OIE/ODI 860-486-2944


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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 SABA Protection of Minors & Reporting of Child Abuse & Neglect Policy HR 860-486-4510