Title IX training is more important than ever in this ever changing Title IX landscape for all facets of your campus or school district. For institutions of higher education, training is mandated through the guidance set forth by the Office for Civil Rights and VAWA. On-site training for your Title IX team is imperative and all members of your team should understand their individual roles and responsibilities in institutional compliance.
We work to design a tailored program that takes into account your campus policies, procedures and people involved in sexual misconduct investigations. This training also includes a train the trainer program. All training is informed by the 2001 and 2017 OCR guidance, VAWA and best practices.
Additionally, we provide on-site Title IX training for specific areas of your institution including, but not limited to, athletics, faculty, staff, administration, campus police, Greek life and students. We can provide the training or assist you in designing a program that can be utilized for your campus.
Does your institution or organization have training needs outside of Title IX?
We can provide training on all legal areas that affect an institution including workplace harassment, workplace violence, Clery and FERPA plus training for industry and non-profits and training for Greek organizations on hazing and sexual misconduct.
Past on-campus trainings include:
- Investigator Training, Tennessee Technological University
- Investigator Training, Eureka College
- ICS Title IX Investigator Training
- Training provided to ICS members through the Know Your Role Series, used to train all University faculty and staff.
Training for athletics staff, personnel and student-athletes, University of Alabama, Huntsville
Student-Athlete Training, University of Southern Mississippi
- Title IX Coordinator Bootcamp, ICS