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Online Training Sessions

Instructions

Below are instructions for accessing the online portal.  

1. Ensure you are accessing the Online Training Portal via the SNC Diversity Affairs webpage https://www.snc.edu/diversityaffairs/trainingsessions.html

2. Click the “Enter Training Portal” button below to access the Online Training Portal.

Enter Online Training Portal by Clicking the Icon

3. You will be prompted for your SNC log-on credentials.  Log-on using your SNC six-letter log-on ID, and the 15-character password that is associated with your log-on.

4. Once you have accessed the portal, click on the course title to begin your training.

5. If you have been assigned more than one training, return to the course listings page, click on the other course title, and complete.


TIP: You will know if your course is completed when there is a green circle next to the course title.  If it is only half green, you have not completed your course.


6. After you have completed the training course, print the completion certificate for your records.    

 

If you have any further questions, please visit our FAQ section.  


The following online trainings are available to the members of the St. Norbert College community.

FERPA Online Training 

Required for: Faculty, staff and student employees

Description: The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) enacted in 1974, is a group of regulations that applies to all educational agencies and institutions that receive funding under any program administered by the Department of Education. This training ensures that employees recognize the sensitive nature of information related to students’ personal and educational information and the responsibilities that colleges have for treating this information with sensitivity. In addition, this training covers who has the right to access or modify student records.

Diversity Benefits Online Training 

Required for: Faculty, staff and student employees

Description: This online training covers a broad range of concepts that are critical to understanding the importance of diversity in today’s world, including equal opportunity, implicit and explicit biases, difference between acceptance and assimilation, and the value of creating a culture of inclusion.  

Preventing Discrimination and Sexual Violence Refresher: Title IX, VAWA and Clery Act for Faculty and Staff 

Required for: Students, Faculty and Staff

Description: Members of the St. Norbert College community – students, faculty, staff, and administrators  – will be participating in a 60-minute interactive online training program, Preventing Discrimination and Sexual Violence: Title IX and SaVE Act. This training will include detailed information on Title IX, the Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act (Campus SaVE Act), the SNC Gender-Based Misconduct and Sexual Harassment Policy, and is in support of a campus-wide effort to educate the college community on sex discrimination, sexual harassment and sexual misconduct. 

Student Empower: Advanced Perspectives 

Required for: Continuing Students

Description: This course provides information on gender identity, sexual orientation, bullying, bystander intervention, alcohol and drug issues, date rape, consent, stalking, dating and domestic violence, discrimination and harassment, reporting, and social media.


In-Person Training

Gender-Based Misconduct and Sexual Harassment: Awareness and Prevention

Faculty and Staff In-Person Training Session

As a follow-up to the online training, Preventing Discrimination and Sexual Violence: Title IX and SaVE Act, this in-person training provides the opportunity to recap critical information on the concepts that all members of the campus community must know and how these concepts relate to the newly adopted Gender-Based Misconduct and Sexual Harassment Policy. This session will allow participants to recognize how these concepts and our policy might come into play with case study examples. Regardless of whether someone completed the “Sexual Harassment: Awareness & Prevention” training in the past, everyone will need to sign up for this training.

As members of the St. Norbert College community, it is our collective responsibility to uphold a learning and working environment that is free of all forms of sexual and unlawful discrimination. This training is meant to facilitate an understanding of those institutional, managerial and individual responsibilities.

Objectives: 

  1. Review the following concepts: Title IX, sex discrimination, gender-based misconduct, sexual harassment and hostile environment.
  2. Overview of the newly adopted Gender-Based Misconduct & Sexual Harassment Policy at SNC.
  3. Review of case studies and discussion of applicable concepts and policy.

This session will be 90 minutes in length and will be offered approximately twice a month over a 12-month period. Each session can accommodate up to 20 participants and registration will be on a first-come, first-served basis. Please make sure to sign up for a session even if you do not plan on attending until sometime next year. 

2017- 18 Training Schedule:  

The following training sessions will be available in the Fall Semester:

 

Title IX Training

September 20, 2017 from 3:00 - 4:30 p.m.  

Bemis 20 AB

Click here to register for this session.  

 

If questions about registration please contact kasia.mills@snc.edu or call  extension 3039.

Online Training Sessions

Instructions

Below are instructions for accessing the online portal.  

1. Ensure you are accessing the Online Training Portal via the SNC Diversity Affairs webpage https://www.snc.edu/diversityaffairs/trainingsessions.html

2. Click the “Enter Training Portal” button below to access the Online Training Portal.

Enter Online Training Portal by Clicking the Icon

3. You will be prompted for your SNC log-on credentials.  Log-on using your SNC six-letter log-on ID, and the 15-character password that is associated with your log-on.

4. Once you have accessed the portal, click on the course title to begin your training.

5. If you have been assigned more than one training, return to the course listings page, click on the other course title, and complete.


TIP: You will know if your course is completed when there is a green circle next to the course title.  If it is only half green, you have not completed your course.


6. After you have completed the training course, print the completion certificate for your records.    

 

If you have any further questions, please visit our FAQ section.  


The following online trainings are available to the members of the St. Norbert College community.

FERPA Online Training 

Required for: Faculty, staff and student employees

Description: The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) enacted in 1974, is a group of regulations that applies to all educational agencies and institutions that receive funding under any program administered by the Department of Education. This training ensures that employees recognize the sensitive nature of information related to students’ personal and educational information and the responsibilities that colleges have for treating this information with sensitivity. In addition, this training covers who has the right to access or modify student records.

Diversity Benefits Online Training 

Required for: Faculty, staff and student employees

Description: This online training covers a broad range of concepts that are critical to understanding the importance of diversity in today’s world, including equal opportunity, implicit and explicit biases, difference between acceptance and assimilation, and the value of creating a culture of inclusion.  

Preventing Discrimination and Sexual Violence Refresher: Title IX, VAWA and Clery Act for Faculty and Staff 

Required for: Students, Faculty and Staff

Description: Members of the St. Norbert College community – students, faculty, staff, and administrators  – will be participating in a 60-minute interactive online training program, Preventing Discrimination and Sexual Violence: Title IX and SaVE Act. This training will include detailed information on Title IX, the Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act (Campus SaVE Act), the SNC Gender-Based Misconduct and Sexual Harassment Policy, and is in support of a campus-wide effort to educate the college community on sex discrimination, sexual harassment and sexual misconduct. 

Student Empower: Advanced Perspectives 

Required for: Continuing Students

Description: This course provides information on gender identity, sexual orientation, bullying, bystander intervention, alcohol and drug issues, date rape, consent, stalking, dating and domestic violence, discrimination and harassment, reporting, and social media.


In-Person Training

Gender-Based Misconduct and Sexual Harassment: Awareness and Prevention

Faculty and Staff In-Person Training Session

As a follow-up to the online training, Preventing Discrimination and Sexual Violence: Title IX and SaVE Act, this in-person training provides the opportunity to recap critical information on the concepts that all members of the campus community must know and how these concepts relate to the newly adopted Gender-Based Misconduct and Sexual Harassment Policy. This session will allow participants to recognize how these concepts and our policy might come into play with case study examples. Regardless of whether someone completed the “Sexual Harassment: Awareness & Prevention” training in the past, everyone will need to sign up for this training.

As members of the St. Norbert College community, it is our collective responsibility to uphold a learning and working environment that is free of all forms of sexual and unlawful discrimination. This training is meant to facilitate an understanding of those institutional, managerial and individual responsibilities.

Objectives: 

  1. Review the following concepts: Title IX, sex discrimination, gender-based misconduct, sexual harassment and hostile environment.
  2. Overview of the newly adopted Gender-Based Misconduct & Sexual Harassment Policy at SNC.
  3. Review of case studies and discussion of applicable concepts and policy.

This session will be 90 minutes in length and will be offered approximately twice a month over a 12-month period. Each session can accommodate up to 20 participants and registration will be on a first-come, first-served basis. Please make sure to sign up for a session even if you do not plan on attending until sometime next year. 

2017- 18 Training Schedule:  

The following training sessions will be available in the Fall Semester:

 

Title IX Training

September 20, 2017 from 3:00 - 4:30 p.m.  

Bemis 20 AB

Click here to register for this session.  

 

If questions about registration please contact kasia.mills@snc.edu or call  extension 3039.

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