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Washington State University Office for Equal Opportunity

Employee Trainings

Discrimination and Sexual Harassment Prevention  

Human Resource Services provides a mandatory online Discrimination and Sexual Harassment Prevention course which is required for all current faculty, administrative professionals, civil service, and bargaining unit employees.  New employees must complete the course within 6 months of date of hire.  This course is designed specifically for employees and supervisors. To learn more or take the training, visit the following web site: Discrimination and Sexual Harassment Prevention Training Web Page.

Employee Reporting Requirements

This training is intended for all faculty, administrative professionals, civil service, and bargaining unit employees who are interested in learning about their Executive Policy #15 reporting requirements at the university.  To take the training, visit the following web site: Employee Reporting Requirements Training Web Page. For the audio transcript, visit the following web site: Employee Reporting Requirements Audio Transcript.

Clery Act

Human Resource Services provides a training regarding the Clery Act.  If you have Clery Reporting Responsibilities, the Clery Act Training may be completed online on the Human Resource Services training website.

Student Trainings

Graduate Teaching Assistant Training

This training is intended for graduate students who are currently employed as teaching assistants.  The training introduces teaching assistants to the university’s Policy Prohibiting Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, and Sexual Misconduct, and it provides information teaching assistant’s responsibilities under that policy.  A short quiz and report card are available for tracking results, if desired.  To take the training, visit the following web site: Graduate TA Training Web Page. For the audio transcript, visit the following web site: Graduate TA Training Audio Transcript.

Student Training – General

This training serves as an introduction to students about the university’s Policy Prohibiting Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, and Sexual Misconduct, and it provides information about the university’s process to respond to complaints of discrimination and harassment.  A short quiz and report card are available for tracking results, if desired.  To take the training, visit the following web site: Executive Policy 15 Student Training Web Page. For the audio transcript, visit the following web site: Student Training Audio Transcript.

Safety on Campus – Introduction

This training serves as an introduction to students about safety on campus, resources, definitions, and bystander prevention. To take the training, visit the following web site:  Safety on Campus Training Web Page.  For the audio transcript, visit the following web site: Safety on Campus Audio Transcript