All faculty, staff, student employees, and designated campus colleagues (DCCs) are expected to take the Preventing Harassment and Discrimination training found in the EDGE Learning platform.
Learners can access the training from their Learner’s page in EDGE Learning. Complete step-by-step instructions for accessing and enrolling in training are available on the EDGE Learning course page. Learners need to use their NetID and University email addresses. A full extension of the email address firstname.lastname@example.org is necessary. If you need assistance with their NetID, they may contact the UITS 24/7 support center by dialing (520) 626-TECH (8324).
In March 2021, the University launched an updated Preventing Harassment and Discrimination training. If you have a certificate of completion in Edge Learning, you do not need to take it again until the two-year certification period has expired. You will receive a renewal notification from EDGE Learning when it is time to complete the training again.
All new faculty, staff, student employees, and designated campus colleagues (DCCs) are expected to take the Preventing Harassment and Discrimination training within 30 days of hire. You can access the training in EDGE Learning after your start date.
You can pause the training at any point. The course automatically saves your progress, and you can resume your session at a later time.
You can view your completed training status from the Completed Learning tab in your EDGE Learner profile.
EDGE Learning makes it easy to manage and view training status for your direct reports. You can learn more about managing employee training status by visiting EDGE Learning.
Please contact the EDGE Learning Team for questions or assistance with EDGE Training. If you need help with your NetID, please call the UITS 24/7 support center at (520) 626-TECH (8324).
Yes. More information about the online mandatory all-employee is available at Harassment and Discrimination Prevention Training.
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