This live, online training provides 4 hours of instruction and fulfills Oregon's annual training requirements outlined in HB 3415 (2019). There will be opportunities to ask questions during the training.
Per the requirements of HB 3415, the information and materials contained in this training are gender-responsive (but not reliant on gender stereotypes) and account for the unique needs of individuals who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, gender nonconforming, and/or gender nonbinary.
Who Must Be Trained?
Title IX Coordinators
Third-party Contract Investigators
Campus Security Officers
Others who assist with investigations
Identify Oregon definitions for sexual assault, sexual harassment, stalking, dating violence, and domestic violence.
Examine conduct prevalence rates.
Understand trauma-informed best practices.
Review best practices for addressing bias and increasing accessibility for students through the use of an anti-oppression framework.
Identify effective interviewing techniques.
Live, instructor-led class
Live Q&A throughout the course.
Individual fee: $100*
*Contact us for sliding scale institutional rates and registration.
UPCOMING TRAINING DATES
This course meets once for four hours. You must attend the entire class to receive your certificate of completion.
There are no trainings available for registration at this time.
New Title IX Regulations
This training is up to date with the current Title IX and Oregon state-based regulations and guidance.
Certificate of Completion
Certificates of completion will be delivered by email. Certificates will only be emailed to students who have completed the course in its entirety.
We have decided to cover credit card processing fees to encourage online payments as many are away from offices.
For questions about the course or assistance with registration, please contact
Suzanne Gray at email@example.com