Training

Introduction

Title IX guidelines require all members of the Title IX conduct process to receive appropriate training for their role. Training will be ongoing throughout the year and logged on a regular basis in accordance with Title IX guidelines. NCSSM uses UNC System training resources as a primary tool to meet the training requirements.

Education for Students

Information about your rights under Title IX are available in the Title IX Institutional Policy. Students receive a brief overview of the policy in the NCSSM Orientation Course. Additional educational opportunities are available throughout the year; including Q&A with the Title IX Coordinator, our Active Bystander Program, in Cornerstone, our Residential Education Course required for juniors, and more.

2020 Title IX Student Presentation

Information about Title IX shared with students in their beginning-of-year orientation can be found in the presentation linked above.

Education for Employees

Employees receive a brief overview of the Title IX Institutional Policy in All Employee Orientation. Additional educational opportunities are available throughout the year; including Q&A with the Title IX Coordinator, required sexual harassment education through Human Resources, and more.

2020 Title IX Employee Presentation

Information about Title IX shared with employees in their beginning-of-year orientation can be found in the presentation linked above.

Human Resources Policies and Forms

It is the policy of the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics that no employee may engage in speech or conduct that is defined as workplace harassment. Our school's workplace harassment policies and procedures can be read in full in the document linked below.

It is the policy of The University of North Carolina that the grievance process exists to allow for prompt, fair, and orderly resolution of disputes arising out of employment. The UNC System's SHRA Grievance Policy can be read in full in the first document linked below, and NCSSM's SHRA Grievance Initial Filing Form can be downloaded from the second link below.

Presentation Options

The following Title IX Presentations are ready and available to be offered to NCSSM community members:

  1. Overview of Title IX at NCSSM (45 minutes)

    • This presentation includes an overview of the Title IX policy and procedures at NCSSM. We’ll discuss reporting, supportive measures, hearing procedures, and informal resolution.

    • Target Audience: Students, Faculty, and/or Staff

  2. Q&A with the Title IX Coordinator (30 minutes)

    • This session includes a brief introduction to Title IX followed by time to answer your questions.

    • Target Audience: Students, Faculty, and/or Staff

  3. What are students taught about Title IX, consent, dating violence, and more? (30 minutes)

    • This presentation pulls together information about education and programming at NCSSM that relates to Title IX. We’ll highlight elements from Residential Education classes, to hall programs, to club activities, and to orientation programs.

    • Target Audience: Faculty, and/or Staff

You can request one of these presentations for Title IX training, suggest a new topic, or ask a question through the form linked above.

Training Resources for Employees

Training for All Employees

Title IX Training All Employees.pdf

Training for Campus Leadership

Title IX Training for Campus Leadership.pdf

Training Resources for Employees in the Investigation Process

Training for Advisors

Title IX Training for Advisors.pdf

Training for Appellate Officers

Title IX Training for Appellate Officers.pdf

Training for Coordinators

Title IX Training for Coordinators.pdf

Training for Hearing Officers

Title IX Training for Hearing Officers.pdf

Training for Investigators

Title IX Training for Investigators.pdf

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Questions? Ask our Title IX Coordinator, Jennifer Ashe!

p: (919) 416-2802

o: Bryan 142