Title IX Training
All students, faculty, staff and administrators are required to complete Title IX training on an Annual basis.
Non-Florida Tech individuals such as University guests, volunteers, and contractors may also be required to complete Title IX training.
Students are required to take the following training courses:
- Sexual Violence Prevention for Undergraduate Students (Duration- 55 minutes): Administered to all undergraduate students.
- Sexual Violence Prevention for Graduate Students (Duration- 70 minutes): Administered to all graduate, law, PhD, and Continuing Education students. Sexual Violence Prevention for Undergraduate Students is a reality-driven course designed to educate students about consent, healthy relationships, bystander intervention, as well as the realities of sexual assault, dating violences, domestic violence, and more.
- Sexual Violence Prevention for Non-Traditional Students (Duration - 54 minutes): Sexual Violence Prevention for Non-Traditional Students is a reality-driven course designed to educate students about consent, healthy relationships, bystander intervention, as well as the realities of sexual assault, dating violences, domestic violence, and more.
- Title IX Essentials for International Students (Duration- 29 minutes): Title IX Essentials for International Students is a reality-driven course designed to help international students better understand Title IX issues and how they relate to U.S. culture. Addressing crucial, real-world topics and featuring numerous real-life testimonials from current international students, this course is intended as an introduction for, or supplement to other prevention education provided by your college or university.
Faculty, Staff, Administrators and Student Employees are required to take the following courses:
- Title IX And Gender Equity in Athletics (Duration - 43 minutes): This course provides an overview of Title IX and how it applies to athletics. This course serves as an overview on the topic and is required for all Athletics. It’s important for your employees and programs to follow federal laws as well as your educational institution's policies and procedures. This course will cover the history of Title IX, legal requirements and compliance, equality in treatment and benefits, and common questions and myths.
- Title IX: Roles of Employees (Duration - 24 minutes): Title IX is key to ensuring all students are free from discrimination and exclusion in their access to education. But making sure all students are protected isn’t completely on the shoulders of Title IX Coordinators. They often rely on members of the campus community to help. This course provides college and university faculty and staff with an overview of Title IX and the responsibility for Title IX enforcement by employees. Topics include: employee role in Title IX enforcement, key terms and definitions and reporting procedures.
For Title IX training, please visit HSI Platform to access the course. You will be provided a downloadable HSI certificate once a course is complete.
Employees and students will receive an email notification about the annual Title IX training requirement approximately 60 days prior to the annual due date.