**Group discounts available for 3 or more registrants from the same institution**
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.
Workplaces, institutions and school districts must respond to and address reports of protected class discrimination that extend beyond Title IX sexual harassment. These reports may come from employees or students and encompass various aspects of protected class discrimination that falls under Title VI, Title VII, ADA, Title IX, ADEA, and state law. This Civil Rights Investigator training will provide an overview of the federal laws that impact these investigations, address best practices, and discuss considerations when there is an overlap with Title IX sexual harassment. This training will also address concurrent EEO or OCR investigations and provide guidance for tools and leveling up soft skills as an investigator. The ICS Team will also touch on assessing credibility and making determinations of responsibility where an investigator is also serving as a decision-maker. This course is appropriate for HR professionals, lawyers serving as external investigators, Equity Officers, EEO staff, Title IX Coordinators, Deputy Title IX Coordinators, Student Affairs professionals and other administrators responsible for investigations into allegations of discrimination or harassment based on a protected class. This course is a live in-person interactive course and attendees will receive a certificate of completion, resources, and compliance aids.
Light breakfast, lunch, snacks and drinks provided.
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