Trainings and Online Courses
OEC provides both online and in-person training options for departments, divisions,
student groups, and other members of the UAA Community.
In person trainings for your department or program can be requested by emailing email@example.com.
Changes from previous years trainings
In previous years, the trainings for Students and Employees were in different locations and covered slightly different content. This year, the University of Alaska has consolidated the trainings into one cohesive online program accessed through blackboard. This new training will cover all the federally mandated requirements to ensure our campus is informed on Title IX.
Training for Students and Employees
The online on-demand training is available through Blackboard for students and employees. All UAA students and employees are required to complete UA Title IX training every academic year. If you have completed an in-person training then you have satisfied this requirement.
Degree seeking, living in campus housing, middle college students enrolled at the university, or on national/international exchange who have not completed the training since July 1, 2021 must complete the UA Safe training.
The Title IX training course will cover sensitive issues. If you have experienced trauma in the past related to sex or gender-based discrimination and you feel that impacts your ability to take the Title IX training, you can opt out by completing the Title IX Training Opt Out Form. If you are uncomfortable at any point or want to speak to someone about this training, please contact:
- Office of Equity and Compliance at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 907-786-0818
- Employee Assistance program: Deer Oaks - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, at 1-888-993-7650 or https://www.deeroakseap.com
The Office of Equity and Compliance (OEC) is committed to reducing and eliminating harm within our campus community. As a way to meet this mission, OEC offers a variety of trainings to help educate our community on resources and to be active bystanders.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Why is this training required?UAA is committed to reducing and eliminating harm within our campus community. This yearly training is provided in order to help educate our community on resources and to be active bystanders.
- If I'm a student and haven't taken this training, what happens?Students who complete the training are able to participate in the priority registration for the following semester. Students who have not completed the training prior to the start of priority registration will have a temporary hold placed on their account before they are able to register for the following semester of classes.
- I'd love to schedule this training in person for my staff meeting, how do I set that
up?In person training for your department or program can be requested by emailing email@example.com.
- I took a training and it brought up some traumatic memories, what should I do?If you have experienced trauma in the past related to sex or gender-based discrimination and you feel that impacts your ability to take the Title IX training, you can opt out of future trainings by completing the Title IX Training Opt Out Form. In addition, if you feel comfortable, we encourage you to reach out to our office and we will listen to your experience and provide supportive measures if possible.
- I finished the training so why is there still a hold on my account?Once completed, it usually takes a short while for the hold to be automatically removed as our systems update. If you still have the hold after an hour, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll look into it further.