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Compliance and Regulatory Training

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Compliance and Regulatory Trainings

Building a Foundation: Discrimination Prevention and Title IX (full course and refresher)

Our ongoing commitment to support and promote inclusion, respect and diversity is upheld, in part, by ensuring members of the university community are educated and informed through annual training. This module covers topics related to discrimination, harassment and Title IX, as well as university policies. You are responsible for successfully passing the mastery test (score of 80% or better) in order to fulfill your annual training requirement. This training course takes about one hour to complete, and must be completed every other year. On years where training is not required, the University encourages faculty, staff and student appointments to complete a training refresher. Visit the Discrimination Prevention and Title IX training webpage to access the training or refresher in myLearn and view additional information, frequently asked questions, technical assistance tips and more.

Campus Emergency Alert Training

The University of Missouri System is committed to providing a safe and secure working and learning environment for our faculty, staff and students. Each of the four universities of the UM System has a number of safety programs, and one of the most effective programs at each university is the emergency alert system. Emergency alert systems are used to notify the campus community when there is an emergency situation, including criminal threats and/or natural disasters. This course covers basic information about the emergency alert system at each university, and provides insight on how one might respond in emergency situations. The training takes about twenty-five minutes to complete. Visit the Campus Emergency Alert Training webpage to access the training in myLearn and view additional information, frequently asked questions, technical assistance tips and more.

MakeITSafe Information Security Awareness

University policy requires that you complete MakeITSafe Information Security Awareness training annually to protect university information assets and IT systems from electronic threats and to help protect you from cybercriminals. You are responsible for successfully passing the mastery test (score of 70% or better) in order to fulfill your annual training requirement. More information is available on the MakeITSafe webpage.

Reviewed August 24, 2018.