As members of the University of Arizona community, we share the responsibility of creating and supporting an inclusive environment free of harassment and discrimination. In support of our commitment to this goal, the University is offering a prevention program to its employees and students in the form of online training. The Office of Prevention, Education and Training of the Division of Equity, Inclusion and Title IX, has transitioned online training platforms as of the Spring 2020 semester.
Harassment Prevention training is available for all institution employees inclusive of Faculty, Staff, Designated Campus Colleagues and Student Employees. All employees of the University are required to take the training. Through a series of comprehensive and robust content, you can learn important principles and develop skills to enhance your working and educational environments. In this training you will be provided with local resources and support available to you and our community.
You will need both your NetID and password to access the training. The training can be completed in approximately 60 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 using the link received via email.
If you have taken the Harassment Prevention training prior to Spring 2020 through WeComply and are seeking completion certificates, they are retained in the Office of Prevention, Training and Education. Requests for these reports can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are currently working on a systemic update to ensure the proper Harassment Prevention training is received in accordance with your classification in the University system. The training will become available after Friday January 24th. Our office is accepting requests at any time as we are tracking every submission being received and will provide access to the training after January 24th. For access to the Harassment Prevention online training, please fill out the form located below.
For additional guidance and direction please contact the Office of Prevention Education and Training directly at 520-621-7287, or emailing them at email@example.com.