Note: The course has been updated to address the U.S. Department of Education’s August 2020 Title IX regulations addressing sexual harassment. The regulations require institutions of higher education to make any Title IX training materials publicly available on their websites. Accordingly, course participants may post the updated course materials if they deem doing so appropriate in accordance with §106.45(b)(10). NACUA does not grant course participants permission to post course materials that were created prior to the release of the August 2020 regulations.
This course will undergo a significant course update at the time that the U.S. Department of Education releases the final Title IX regulations in October 2023 or at the time that they are released. This updated course will launch in the winter or spring of 2023-2024.
The four live classes and three pre-recorded modules offered in the fall of 2023 will focus on the current August 2020 Title IX regulations addressing sexual harassment that will likely still be effective in the fall of 2023.
Title IX Coordinators are responsible for overseeing the entire breadth of an institution's Title IX compliance efforts. This includes gender discrimination, sexual harassment, retaliation, sexual assault, and athletics. These are significant responsibilities. To be effective, Coordinators should be well versed in the procedures, policies, and training mechanisms in place for addressing campus sexual harassment, sexual violence, and equity in athletics. It is crucial that Title IX Coordinators receive appropriate training to successfully handle the position's multiple responsibilities.
This course consists of (1) three modules featuring pre-recorded webinars and (2) four modules featuring a series of synchronous, live classes (i.e., webinars).
The course features access to:
- Three modules (pre-recorded webinars, self-assessments, and written resources); and
- Four modules featuring interactive, live classes with the course instructors. These classes will not be recorded, but the course’s written resources will be available at any time.
Participants can access course materials for one year from the date of purchase.
Who Should Participate?
This course is designed for campus Title IX Coordinators. After reviewing the schedule, institutions may determine that there are attorneys or other campus administrators who would benefit from the program as well.