As members of the University community, we share in the responsibility of creating and supporting an environment free of harassment and discrimination. In support of our commitment to this goal, the University is proud to offer a harassment prevention program to its employees, in the form of online training. Through a series of engaging scenarios and activities, you can learn important principles and develop skills to enhance your working and educational relationships. The program concludes with a comprehensive quiz.
All employees at the University of Arizona are required to take one of the two trainings:
- Preventing Discrimination and Harassment for Nonsupervisory Employees
- Preventing Discrimination and Harassment for Supervisors and Faculty
All employees who work closely with students must complete the Title IX for employees (Preventing Sexual Misconduct) Training. This training will help you recognize and respond to reports of sexual misconduct in accordance with University standards and applicable laws.
You need both your NetID and password to access the trainings. Either training can usually be completed in 20 - 30 minutes. If you are unable to complete the training in one sitting, you may exit it at any time and then re-access it from the point where you left off by logging in at the same link above. Please be prepared to print your Certificate of Completion to create a record for yourself, your supervisor, or other requesting administrator. You may also copy and paste your Certificate of Completion into an email message, and then forward the message to yourself, your supervisor, or other requesting administrator. For additional guidance and direction, please review the following Online Training Tutorial.
Program completion records are maintained by Training and Education of the Division of Title 9, Inclusion and Equity. Supervisors may request a department's completion report by contacting Training and Education directly at 520-621-7286, or emailing them at firstname.lastname@example.org.