TITLE IX COORDINATOR TRAINING

SCHEDULE

MODULES

MODULE ONE

Introduction to Title IX, Clery Act, and Campus SaVE Act

  • Introduction to Title IX: sex discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual violence
  • Introduction to the Clery Act
  • Campus SaVE Act Amendments of the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)
  • Making Title IX and Campus SaVE work together

MODULE TWO

The Key Responsibilities of Title IX Coordinators

  • April 4, 2011 guidance: an overview
  • Who should serve as a Title IX coordinator?
  • Key Title IX coordinator responsibilities
  • Title IX coordinator responsibilities as it applies to athletics

MODULE THREE

Understanding Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence and the Legal Responsibilities of the Institution

  • The data on sexual violence on campus
  • Different perspectives – victims' rights, community standards, accused students, parents, community, student groups
  • The role of alcohol, drugs and consent
  • Other types of institutional programs to respond to sexual violence and sexual harassment
  • Other laws that affect investigations

MODULE FOUR

Overseeing or Conducting Investigations of Sexual Harassment and Sexual Assault Investigations

  • Interviews with complainant, accused and witnesses
  • Requests for confidentiality or not to investigate
  • Interim protective measures for complainant
  • Dealing with law enforcement
  • Gathering other evidence
  • Determining whether to bring charges
  • Other general remedial action

MODULE FIVE

Review of Institutional Policies – Part I

  • Complaint handling
  • Hearings, adjudication, and appeals
  • Due process and student code

MODULE SIX

Review of Institutional Policies - Part II

  • Grievance procedures for employees
  • Dealing with parents and media
  • FERPA and Clery Act issues
  • Minors

Compliance with Notice and Training Obligations

  • Notice obligations
  • Who needs to be trained and on what topics
  • Best practices

MODULES SEVEN & EIGHT

Title IX Coordinator Best Practices in Athletics

  • NCAA identification of Title IX coordinator
  • Additional policy considerations
  • Effective harassment/assault avoidance training for coaches, student-athletes and athletics personnel
  • Discussion of requirement that student-athletes be treated similarly to other students in harassment/sexual assault investigations
  • Privacy and athletics
  • Retaliation


WEBINARS

FIRST WEBINAR

March 22, 2017 from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM ET 

Covering Modules One and Two

  • Opportunity for Q&A with instructors
  • Recording is available for all new registrants

SECOND WEBINAR

April 12, 2017 from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM ET 

Covering Modules Three and Four

  • Opportunity for Q&A with instructors
  • Recording is available for all new registrants

THIRD WEBINAR

May 17, 2017 from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM ET 

Covering Modules Five and Six

  • Opportunity for Q&A with instructors
  • Recording is available for all new registrants

FOURTH WEBINAR

June 7, 2017 from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM ET 

Covering Modules Seven and Eight

  • Opportunity for Q&A with instructors
  • Recording is available for all new registrants.