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Training

A variety of training and educational presentations are available for the UA community.

Online

The University of Arizona is committed to creating a learning and working environment in which all members demonstrate civility and respect.  In furtherance of this commitment, all incoming students must complete Title IX training to better understand how to prevent and report sex discrimination/harassment.

We encourage employees who work closely with students to take the Title IX training for employees (Preventing Sexual Misconduct). This training will help you recognize and respond to reports of sexual misconduct in accordance with University standards and applicable laws.

To request disability-related accommodations that will facilitate your full participation in this training please contact the DRC at 520-621-3268 or drc-info@email.arizona.edu

Please allow 24 hours for Service Indicators to be updated upon completion of training.

Discrimination and Harassment training is available for employees on the Office of Institutional Equity website at http://equity.arizona.edu/online-training.

In person

Staff from the Office of Institutional Equity can come to your office or department/division to present Title IX information.  We commonly present:

  • Brief information sessions for Faculty on Title IX, explaining types of sex discrimination, reporting obligations, and resources for students
  • Brief information sessions for new students on Title IX
  • Brief information sessions for students in transition (embarking on study abroad, internships, etc.)
  • Training for graduate assistants, teaching assistants, and other student-employees
  • Training for offices, departments, divisions
  • Specialty training or presentations tailored to individual needs

To request a presentation please contact the Office of Institutional Equity, www.equity.arizona.edu, (520) 621-9449

Other training and presentations available on campus:

Sexual Assault and Violence Prevention, Women's Resource Center

Workshop topics include:

  • Consent
  • Stalking
  • Sexual assault
  • Bystander intervention
  • Healthy Relationshops
  • Sex-Positive Party Culture
  • Survivor Advocacy
  • UA Policy

You can request a presentation by calling (520) 621-4498 or by emailing jko1@email.arizona.edu

University of Arizona Police Department

UAPD offers a variety of crime prevention programs, including sexual assault prevention. Please contact the Crime Prevention office at (520) 621-8007 to request a program.

STEP UP!

The STEP UP! bystander intervention program offers training covering a variety of topics, including discrimination, relationship abuse, and sexual assault.

You can request a program by calling the WOmen's Resource Center at (520) 621-4498.

If you have suggestions for other on-campus trainings and presentations to include, please email titleix@email.arizona.edu