Required Compliance Training

The courses listed below are to be completed annually

 

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  • Anti-Hazing: Recognize and Prevent Hazing

    This course will teach you about the harms that hazing can cause and the typical, yet misguided, reasons people use to justify hazing.  There are also some tips to help you determine if an activity is hazing, tell you how find your institution’s policies about hazing, and give you some ideas about how to respond if you become aware of hazing- (20 minutes).  

    • Data Security Learning Program

      This learning program includes online courses and supplemental resources to provide learners with a high-level overview of data security issues while offering practical steps institutions can take to avoid data breaches (50 minutes).  

      Courses within the Program include:

      Data Security: Malware (10 minutes)

      Data Security: Passwords (10 minutes)

      Data Security: Mobile Devices and Third-Party Websites (10 minutes)

      Data Security: Phishing (10 minutes)

      Data Security: Physical Security and Unintended Disclosures (10 minutes)

      • Prevent Discrimination and Harassment Together

        Workplace harassment and discrimination diminish the entire campus community, as does the related problem of student sexual misconduct. College and university employees, including faculty and staff, have a vital role to play. This course will help employees identify, address, and prevent these problems with the Mosaic learning program. 

        Courses within the Program include:

            Mosaic: Prevent Discrimination and Harassment Together- Employees (40 minutes)

            Mosaic: Prevent Discrimination and Harassment Together- Supervisors (40 minutes)

        • Protecting Children Learning Program (Minors on Campus)

          **Protecting Children Learning Program (Minors on Campus) is available to all employees, however it is only required to be completed if you are planning to host or are participating in an event where you will exercise direct supervision of minors**.   

          Protecting Children Learning Program (Minors on Campus) - This learning program will help educators and adults learn how to recognize, prevent, and report sexual misconduct. It includes online courses for educators, a short video for higher education employees that don’t work directly with children, as well as checklists, guides, and publications.

          Courses within the Program include:

          Identifying and Reporting Sexual Misconduct (30 minutes)

          Hiring Staff Who Work with Minors (30 minutes)

          Shine a Light (10 minute video)

          The Youngstown State University Board of Trustees adopted a Minors on Campus Policy.  As a provider of a program where you and/or your staff are in direct supervision of minors, please familiarize yourself with the Minors on Campus Policy, which dictates that any person who will oversee, direct, and/or chaperone minor children on campus must have training on how to protect children from harm while on campus.

          The primary contact for the event is responsible to complete the Minors on Campus Event Staff form indicating all persons who will exercise direct supervision of minors and to provide them with the registration instructions on how to complete the required training.  The information will be sent to Training and Development- Stacey Luce (seluce@ysu.edu) and Carrie Clyde (crclyde@ysu.edu).  

          "Any employee or volunteer who in the course of their duties witnesses abuse or neglect of a minor or has information that would lead a reasonable person to believe that a minor faces a substantial threat of such abuse or neglect, shall immediately contact the county Children Services Agency and the Youngstown State University Police Department (330-941-3527)". Policy 3356-7-50 Minors on Campus.

        • Title IX for Faculty & Staff
          Courses within the Program include:

          Mosaic:  Prevent Sexual Violence Together (45 minutes) - This course examines concrete, common-sense ways to fight back, including recognizing, reporting, and preventing these offenses.

        • Title IX for Students

          Title IX Course Collection - This course collection was developed to help meet training obligations for students under Title IX and the Violence Against Women Act and is meant to complement other prevention efforts.  This course contains required content that may be upsetting to learners.

          Courses within the Program include:

          Impressions (45 minutes)

          Lasting Choices:  Protecting Our Campus from Sexual Assault (30 minutes)

          This course is designed as a requirement under the Title IX Sexual Harassment Policy 3356-2-05.  Please use the registration instructions to assist you in completing the training. 

          For more information on Title IX, contact Dana Lantz (dclantz@ysu.edu) in the Office of Equal Opportunity and Policy Development and Title IX .