Training for university employees
As part of its commitment to stopping sexual misconduct and creating a safe and respectful academic environment, IU provides several training opportunities for employees online and in-person at request. By learning how to identify potential acts of sexual misconduct, who to contact if you learn about or experience sexual or related misconduct, and policies and procedures for reporting and resolving such issues, you can can help keep all of our campuses safe places to learn, work, and live.
The university provides an online training module titled “2023-2024 Sexual Misconduct Policies, Procedures, and Resources: Employee Training” to all employees. While any employee is welcome to take the training module, Responsible Employees are required to take the training on an annual basis and will receive instructions to take the training via direct email communications.
How to access the online module
- Navigate to the Sexual Misconduct course listing on expand.iu.edu
- Click “Enroll”
- Log in to Expand if you have not already done so (use your IU credentials or create a guest account if you don’t have an IU username)
- Click “Enroll in Course”
- Select “Go to Your Dashboard”
- Locate the proper course under “In Progress” then select “Go to Course” to begin.
Employees must use their Central Authentication Service (CAS) login to Canvas in order to access the training, which takes about 30 minutes to complete.
If you have any questions regarding the training or your responsibilities, feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other training opportunities
IU’s Office of Institutional Equity offers educational presentations and training opportunities on each campus. If you would like to request training for your unit/department or office, please contact email@example.com.