Bowling Green State University leadership made the determination in 2014, which requires that all new employees and annually existing employees complete two compliance-training courses.

All acts of sexual violence are forms of sex discrimination and prohibited by Title IX. As a federally funded university, BGSU must ensure that no students are denied or limited in their ability to participate in or benefit from educational programs or activities based on sex.  Furthermore, the Campus SaVE (Sexual Violence Elimination) Act and Title IX require "colleges and universities to provide programming for students and employees addressing the issues of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking." It is critical that all faculty, staff, and students understand their roles and responsibilities as they relate to these federal laws.

Employees will receive an email directly from United Educators with your login password, to utilize the EduRisk Learning Portal link to take the eLearning compliance trainings.  Compliance training must be completed within thirty days of notice:                 . 

Training topics include:

Campus SaVe Act:  This course explores the Campus SaVE Act, a federal law affecting students and professionals working for a college or university.  Learn how to recognize and prevent incidents of sexual violence at your institution.  A compliance Campus SaVE Act guidance will be provided.

Workplace Harassment Prevention:  This course will provide an overview of the law on harassment; preventing retaliation for managers; documenting workplace harassment; prevent unlawful harassment for supervisors; and preventing unlawful harassment for employees.  This training help you recognize and prevent unlawful harassment and retaliation as they occur in educational settings.  You will have multiple opportunities to check your mastery of key concepts.

Thank you for your cooperation in completing these required courses so that BGSU complies with the legal mandates that govern sexual violence and sexual misconduct.

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Skills Development Training:  The Office of Human Resources’ Training and Professional Development team offers staff and faculty technical skill building trainings to enhance their personal and professional development skills. These Skills Development trainings include a variety of courses including: