Title IX online Training & Course for employees and students

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What is Title IX

For Employee:

The new Title IX rules of 2020 change how schools deal with sexual harassment and sex discrimination. This includes a new definition of sexual harassment under Title IX.

As you go through the Title IX online training for employees, we’ll closely examine what Title IX is and why it’s so important. Then, we’ll look at other related laws, such as the Clery Act and VAWA.

You’ll also learn about consent and prohibited behavior, including different types of discrimination and harassment that occur on campuses.

Then, we’ll take you through the new grievance procedure your school must follow for Title IX complaints.

For Student:

The Title Ix online Training for students module is based upon the new Title IX rules of 2020 and uses them to explain how your institution would deal with Title IX complaints in light of the new rules.

We’ll help you understand the new Title IX rules, especially the new definition of sexual harassment, and the grievance procedure that your institution needs to follow.

First, we’ll look at Title IX and other related laws, including the Clery Act, VAWA, and the Campus SaVE Act. Then, we’ll look at different types of harassment.

The Title Ix online Training will also help you understand consent, social and cultural risk factors, and prohibited behavior. You’ll learn about bystander intervention as well.

And lastly, we’ll look at the new grievance procedure for Title IX complaints that your institution needs to follow under the new Title IX rules.

Course Description

CategoryCampus Compliance
Course NameTitle IX
Duration30 mins
Certificate IncludedYes
Languages English
Course TypeInteractive online training
FormatLM-light, SCORM 1.2
Supported DevicesDesktop/Laptop, Tablet, Phone
Last UpdatedJune 30, 2021

What you’ll learn

For Employee:

  • The key provisions of the new Title IX rule
  • What are your school’s obligations under Title IX?
  • What is prohibited behavior?
  • How to handle Title IX complaints?
  • The new grievance procedure under the new Title IX rules 
  • Other school obligations

Title ix for Student:

  • What are the key provisions of the new Title IX rule?
  • Title IX and related laws
  • Types of harassment
  • What is consent?
  • Societal and cultural risk factors 
  • Bystander intervention
  • Title IX officials
  • Title IX grievance procedure


For Student:

  1. Overview of Title IX
  2. What is Title IX?
  3. Title IX and related Laws
  4. What is the Clery Act?
  5. What is the Campus SaVE Act?
  6. What is the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)?
  7. Different types of Harassment
  8. What is Sexual Harassment?
  9. What is Sexual Assault?
  10. What is Dating Violence?
  11. What is Domestic Violence?
  12. What is Stalking or Cyberstalking?
  13. What is consent?
  14. What is effective Consent?
  15. What is not consent?
  16. Alcohol, drugs and consent
  17. Societal and Cultural factors affecting harassment
  18. Societal and Cultural Factors that Permit Sexual Violence
  19. Checklist of Title IX prohibited behavior
  20. What is bystander intervention?
  21. Be an Active Bystander
  22. The 4Ds of Bystander Intervention 
  23. Title IX Officials
  24. Title IX Coordinator 
  25. Title IX Investigators
  26. Title IX Hearing Board
  27. Title IX Grievance Procedure
  28. What is a Title IX Grievance Procedure?
  29. How does the Title IX Grievance Procedure work?
  30. Title IX Informal Resolution Process


For Employees:

  1. Overview of Title IX
  2. Focus of Title IX
  3. Key Issues Covered by Title IX
  4. Covered Individuals under Title IX
  5. Covered Programs under Title IX
  6. Jurisdiction of Title IX 
  7. Title IX and Related Laws
  8. What is the Clery Act?
  9. What is the Campus SaVE Act?
  10. What is the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)?
  11. Prohibited Behaviors under Title IX 
  12. What is Sexual Harassment?
  13. What is Sexual Misconduct?
  14. What is a Hostile Environment?
  15. What is Retaliation?
  16. What is Sexual Assault?
  17. What is Dating Violence?
  18. What is Stalking and Cyberstalking?
  19. What is Consent?
  20. Checklist of Title IX prohibited behavior
  21. Title IX Grievance Procedures
  22. How should employees respond to sexual harassment?
  23. What is ‘First Response’ under Title IX?
  24. What are the Supportive Measures under Title IX?
  25. What is Confidentiality under Title IX?
  26. What is a notice of Allegations?
  27. Dismissal of Formal Complaints under Title IX?
  28. Title IX Investigation 
  29. What is Live Hearing under Title IX?
  30. What’s the process after a determination under Title IX?
  31. How does the appeals Process work under Title IX?
  32. What is the informal Resolution Process under Title IX?
  33. Title IX Officials
  34. Title IX Coordinator
  35. Title IX Investigators
  36. Title IX Hearing Board
  37. Title IX Appeals officer
  38. Title IX Informal resolution facilitator
  39. Additional Resources
  40. Other School Obligations under Title IX 
  41. Reporting Title IX complaints to the OCR 

Who Should Attend?

  • College student
  • All College and university employees
  • College and university administrators
  • Appointed Title IX officials

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Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972 focuses on sexual misconduct and sex discrimination in educational programs and activities. 

Any incident, activity, or decision that can be deemed as sex discrimination or sexual harassment is a violation of Title IX. This includes – 

  • Sexual misconduct that’s severe, pervasive, and objectively offensive to deny equal rights to an educational program or activity
  • All sex discrimination
  • Program inequity
  • All forms of gender discrimination, including discrimination based on gender identity and sexual orientation
  • Discrimination against pregnant and parenting students

Title IX also applies to policy violations such as hazing, bullying, arson, vandalism, and theft, where the incident causes a discriminatory effect.

Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972 is a federal law prohibiting discrimination on the basis of sex in educational programs and activities. In essence, Title IX prohibits sexual misconduct (including sexual violence), sex discrimination (gender bias), and sexual harassment. 

In 2020, changes to Title IX amended the definition of sexual harassment under the law. Under the new rules, harassment must be severe, pervasive, and objectively offensive to deny equal rights to an educational activity or program. Title IX gives the victims of such harassment the right to receive supportive services and file an official complaint against the perpetrator.

Title IX online training is crucial as it fosters safe, inclusive campuses by preventing discrimination, harassment, and ensuring equal opportunities for all, creating a conducive learning and working environment.

Title IX training yields informed students and staff who can identify, prevent, and address issues of discrimination and harassment, promoting a respectful and equitable campus culture that enhances learning and personal growth.

Title IX guarantees students equal access to educational opportunities regardless of gender. It safeguards against discrimination, and harassment, and supports a campus environment conducive to learning, growth, and personal development.