Mandatory Faculty and Staff Training
Discrimination and Sexual Misconduct Trainings
Two (2) of the three (3) courses below are required by the Office of Human Resources and are not able to be replaced or substituted by any other training offerings on campus.
This annually required training will include the following:
Faculty & Staff (All Employees-Excluding Supervisors)
Mosaic: Prevent Discrimination and Harassment Together - Will provide an overview of the law on harassment, preventing retaliation for managers and preventing unlawful discrimination. This will 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.
Faculty, Staff & Supervisors (All Employees)
Mosaic: Prevent Sexual Violence Together - Explores the Campus SaVE Act, which is a federal law affecting students and professionals working for a college or university. You will learn how to recognize and prevent incidents of sexual violence and receive a compliance resource guide. All faculty and staff, whether in a supervisory role or not, are required to complete this version of the training.
Mosaic: Prevent Discrimination and Harassment Together - If you are a supervisor, please take this course instead of the faculty and staff version.
Ohio Ethics Law Training
Under a directive from Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine, all public employees (including faculty) are required to complete an annual Ohio Ethics Law training. The Ohio Ethics Commission has prepared an e-course for 2021 to assist public employees across the state in gaining a practical understanding the prohibitions related to conflicts of interest, nepotism, acceptance of gifts, and selling goods or services to one’s own public employer.
Anti-Hazing: University Policy, State Law and Reporting Requirements Training
This training provides a brief overview of the University’s Anti-Hazing Policy and state anti-hazing law. It outlines the requirements and mechanisms to report hazing to appropriate University officials and law enforcement.
Updated: 10/14/2021 01:06PM