**Group discounts available for 3 or more registrants from the same school**
ICS will allow attendees to post its training materials as required by OCR in §106.45(b)(10)(i)(D) of the 2020 Title IX Regulations. Once registered for a virtual event, ICS will send additional instructions regarding this process.
The new Title IX regulations allow for informal resolution in sexual misconduct matters and also require training for Informal Resolution Facilitators. This virtual training is not a webinar, but instead a “live” and interactive experience. It will include the required training on the definition of sexual harassment, the scope of a school’s education program or activity, how to conduct an informal resolution process and the different types of informal resolutions that may be considered, and how to fulfill the role and serve impartially, including avoiding prejudgment to the facts at issue, conflicts of interest, or bias. The training will also discuss the Title IX process under the new regulations and the facilitator’s role in that process. Participants will work through case studies to put the concepts learned into practice and also receive compliance aids. Space is limited to foster an interactive learning environment. Attendees will receive training that complies with the 2020 Title IX regulations, addresses best practices based on current litigation trends and OCR guidance, and if applicable, covers the latest on any newly released Title IX regulations.
Registrants must be present for at least 80% of the duration of the training to receive a certificate of completion.