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Title IX University

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Title IX University (Higher Ed.)

Title IX University

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Title IX University (K-12)

Certified, On-Demand, Title IX Training

The new Title IX regulations mandate training for Title IX Coordinators, Investigators, Decision Makers and Informal Resolution Facilitators. Title IX U provides certified, legally compliant, on-demand Title IX training from attorneys and subject matter experts in the profession. Course levels from basic to advanced for Title IX Coordinators, investigators, administrators, decision makers, lawyers and even those aspiring to enter the profession. Take one course or create your own curriculum based on your specific needs and knowledge level. All courses provide for materials to be posted for inspection in compliance with the Title IX regulations.

Your Instructor

Courtney Bullard

Courtney Bullard

Courtney is Lead Instructor and the creator of Title IX U. She is an 18-year practicing lawyer who specializes in Title IX compliance. Her experience includes 8 years as in-house counsel for a large University system, conducting Title IX investigations, serving as an expert witness and advising colleges and universities through hundreds of sexual misconduct investigations. She is host of The Law & Higher Ed Podcast and owner of Institutional Compliance Solutions.

Title IX University

Title IX University 101

Title IX University 101

Title IX 101 provides an overview of the evolution of Title IX since its inception to present day. This course is recommended for anyone new to Title IX and for anyone wanting a foundation on the changes to Title IX brought about by the new regulations. The course concludes with an assessment of knowledge and a certificate upon completion.

$299

Certified Title IX Investigator Level 1

Certified Title IX Investigator Level 1

This Level 1 course provides Title IX Investigators with the training required under the Title IX regulations and VAWA/Clery including the definition of sexual harassment and education program/activity and serving impartially in the role. The course also includes detailed information regarding investigative best practices, challenges faced by investigators, report and rationale writing, and litigation trends resulting from investigations. The training also includes a discussion of an institution’s requirements under the Clery Act/VAWA and its interplay with the new Title IX regulations. The course includes flow charts, checklists and resources for download in addition to the ability to post the course for inspection. The course concludes with an assessment of knowledge and a certificate upon completion.

$499

Certified Title IX Decision Maker Level 1

Certified Title IX Decision Maker Level 1

Title IX Decision Maker is a Level 1 course designed to provide training pursuant to the Title IX regulations and VAWA/Clery including the definition of sexual harassment and education program/activity and serving impartially in the role. It is appropriate for hearing chairs, hearing panel members, appellate administrators and other decision makers in matters alleging sexual harassment. The course includes an overview of Title IX and litigation trends that support panel hearings and how Title IX hearings are different than other conduct hearings on campus, a review of special considerations for complainants and respondents, the role of advisors in the process, how to conduct assessments of credibility and relevance, cross examination, burdens of proof, weighing direct and circumstantial evidence, and much more. The training also includes a discussion of an institution’s requirements under the Clery Act/VAWA and its interplay with the new Title IX regulations. The course includes flow charts, checklists and resources for download in addition to the ability to post the course for inspection. The course concludes with an assessment of knowledge and a certificate upon completion.

$499

Title IX Coordinator Intensive

Title IX Coordinator Intensive

This training is to help ensure that Title IX Coordinators understand their role in compliance. Training will include the institution’s obligations under the new Title IX regulations, expectations of Title IX Coordinators, serving impartially, a deep dive into implementation and tracking of supportive measures, best practices for structuring your Title IX team under the new regulations, tracking patterns and trends to prevent sexual harassment and more.

$599

Title IX Decision Maker – Appeals

Title IX Decision Maker - Appeals

Appellate decision-makers in the Title IX grievance process must be trained under the new regulations, whether they are reviewing dismissals of Formal Complaints or Determinations. This course includes the definitions of sexual harassment and program/activity, how to serve impartially in the role, the general Title IX process as prescribed under the new regulations, grounds for appeal under the new regulations, what constitutes the “record” and a review of an appeal, and more. Training will include all required matters under the Title IX regulations.

$499

Title IX Advisor

Title IX Advisor

The new Title IX regulations provide that a complainant and respondent are entitled to a University/School District provided advisor, without fee or charge, in a live hearing in order to conduct cross-examination. Although the regulations do not require training for advisors, training is highly recommended on their role and function. This course include the roles of all University administrators in a Title IX process, an overview of Title IX investigations and hearings under the new regulations, and specific considerations on the role of the advisor.

$499

Title IX Informal Resolution Facilitator

Title IX Informal Resolution Facilitator

The new Title IX regulations allow for informal resolution in sexual misconduct matters and also require training for Informal Resolution Facilitators. This course includes the required training on the definition of sexual harassment, the scope of an institution’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 course also discusses the Title IX process under the new regulations and the facilitator’s role in that process.

$499

Title IX Investigator Level 2 – Report Writing

Title IX Investigator Level 2 - Report Writing
Coming Soon

Title IX Decision Maker – Level 2

Title IX Decision Maker - Level 2
Coming Soon

Title IX University

Title IX Basics K12

Title IX Basics K12

Title IX Basics is a brief course that provides the learner with an overview of Title IX laws and regulations. This course is appropriate for K-12 Title IX Coordinators, School Administrators, and others who will play a role in a school district’s Title IX process. The course concludes with an assessment of knowledge and a certificate upon completion.

$299

Certified Title IX Investigator/ Decision Maker K-12

Certified Title IX Investigator/ Decision Maker K-12

Title IX Investigator/Decision Maker is a Level 1 course that provides Title IX Investigators and Decision Makers with the training required under Title IX for school districts including serving impartially in your role and the definition of sexual harassment and education program/activity. A reminder that investigators and decision makers must be separate individuals in a Title IX process; however, this is a combined training such that both roles can understand the process more fully. This course is appropriate for K-12 Title IX Coordinators, School Administrators, and others responsible for conducting investigations and making determinations into student and/or employee misconduct. The instructive sessions will include detailed information regarding the evolution of Title IX, investigative best practices, challenges faced by investigators, the role of advisors in the process, how to conduct assessments of credibility and relevance, burdens of proof, weighing direct and circumstantial evidence, and much more. The course includes flow charts, checklists and resources for download in addition to the ability to post the course for inspection. The course concludes with an assessment of knowledge and a certificate upon completion.

$499

Title IX Coordinator

Title IX Coordinator

This training is to help ensure K-12 Title IX Coordinators understand their role in compliance. The course includes the school district’s obligations under the new Title IX regulations, expectations of Title IX Coordinators, serving impartially, the definition of sexual harassment and scope of program/activity under the regs, a deep dive into implementation and tracking of supportive measures, best practices for structuring your Title IX team under the new regulations, tracking patterns and trends to prevent sexual harassment and more.

$599

Title IX Decision Maker – Appeals

Title IX Decision Maker - Appeals

Appellate decision-makers in the Title IX grievance process must be trained under the new regulations, whether they are reviewing dismissals of Formal Complaints or Determinations. The sessions include the definitions of sexual harassment and program/activity, how to serve impartially in the role, the general Title IX process as prescribed under the new regulations, grounds for appeal under the new regulations, what constitutes the “record” and a review of an appeal, and more. Training will include all required matters under the Title IX regulations. The training will incorporate compliance aids and resources to assist with learning.

$499

Title IX Informal Resolution Facilitator

Title IX Informal Resolution Facilitator

The new Title IX regulations allow for informal resolution in sexual misconduct matters and also require training for Informal Resolution Facilitators. This course includes the required training on the definition of sexual harassment, the scope of a school district’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 course also discusses the Title IX process under the new regulations and the facilitator’s role in that process.

$499

Title IX Athletics

Title IX Informal Resolution Facilitator

Title IX compliance is mutli-faceted and includes a school district’s response to reports of sexual harassment and gender-equity in athletics. Title IX for athletics addresses the important role athletics plays in both of these areas. With respect to sexual harassment, the course provides an overview of the new Title IX regulations, the definition of sexual harassment and when it occurs within the school’s program or activity, and the vital role athletics plays in the prevention of sexual harassment – including the intersection of bullying, hazing and sexual harassment. The course also discusses evaluating gender-equity in athletics utilizing OCR’s three-part test. Finally, the course provides a brief discussion of litigation trends with transgender students and student-athletes in access to facilities and in competition. Title IX for athletics is appropriate for Athletic Directors, coaches, athletics staff, school leadership, Title IX Coordinators and any other personnel that interface with athletics and Title IX compliance.

$499

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

When does the course start and finish?

The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course – you decide when you start and when you finish.

How long do I have access to the course?

After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for one year – across any and all devices you own.

What if I am unhappy with the course?

We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with the course, contact us in within 10 days of purchase. Please provide proof that you completed the course and an explanation of how you were unable to meet the course objectives. Once approved, we will give you a full refund.

Does this course provide legal advice?

The short answer is, no. While many of our Instructors are licensed, practicing, attorneys, the information provided by those Instructors or others within a course are not legal advice and do not establish an attorney-client relationship.

Do I need to be certified to be a Title IX Coordinator?

There is no federal regulation or law that mandates certification for Title IX Coordinators or other Title IX professionals. Certification is helpful, however, in demonstrating that you received appropriate training, especially if your institution or school district faces federal investigation or a lawsuit.

Who is a good fit for this course?

Anyone who is an aspiring, new, or seasoned Title IX professional is a good fit for this course. Attorneys who are or plan to practice in this area will also benefit from this course. The course is appropriate for those who work in public school districts, colleges and universities.