Complete the following training within 30 days of your start date:
Mandatory for all NAU employees (administrators, staff, faculty, graduate assistants, part-time/temporary employees and student workers)
New Employee Welcome
- Welcome, History, Mission, Vision, Values
- Emergency Management Information
- Information Technology Services Information
- Health and Safety Information
- Campus Health Services
- Campus Recreation Information
- Contracts, Purchasing, and Risk Management
- Employee Assistance and Wellness
- University Transit
Preventing Harassment & Discrimination: Clery Act and Title IX and Accommodating People with Disabilities trainings
Northern Arizona University requires all faculty, staff, and student employees to complete two courses, Preventing Harassment & Discrimination: Clery Act and Title IX and Accommodating Disabilities to help create a safe working environment and to prevent workplace harassment and discrimination. In addition to information about your rights and responsibilities under the law and university policies, the trainings also provide information based in research-informed best practices for communicating and maintaining healthy relationships with your colleagues and students. New employees are required to complete both training courses within 30 days of their hire date. Employees will receive an email notification once courses are assigned that includes the due date.
To access these courses please visit the Vector Solutions Learning Management System and log in using your NAU credentials.
**Please understand that every training may not be available until up to two weeks after your actual hire date. If you don’t have immediate access, please try again. If after two weeks you still don’t have access, then please contact EAOTraining@nau.edu for assistance.
- Work at your own pace from any computer or tablet
- Courses will save your progress if you need to stop and return later
- Courses are best supported by the latest versions of Chrome (preferred), Firefox, and Safari, or Microsoft Edge
- If you have technical issues related to the training course, please contact: email@example.com
Information Security Essentials
This mandatory online training is designed to educate employees about secure access to the relevant data they need to conduct university business. It covers the essentials needed to help prevent unauthorized access to systems, data, and networks which can lead to misuse of, or damage to computer assets or data. The Information Security Essentials Training is found on the Information Security page at ITS: https://in.nau.edu/its/infosecessentials/.
CERT: Conduct, Ethics, Reporting and Transparency Disclosure
In order to protect the public trust and the integrity of the university, NAU requires all employees and volunteers to complete this annual disclosure form which helps to identify, manage, reduce, and if possible, eliminate any potential conflict of interest. For information and access to the form, visit NAU CERT Program.
This training can have a delay of up to 2 business days after your start date. Additionally, you will need to complete all of your new hire paperwork, and your ePAR will have to be fully approved before you can do the training. If you receive an “employee not found” error, it is possible that our database has not updated yet or your paperwork is not complete.
Loss Prevention Training
The goal of NAU administration is to protect the health and well-being of our students and employees in all their efforts, and to protect the NAU property and resources that comprise our institution. It is the expectation that every NAU employee will be an active participant in programs designed to prevent loss. The NAU Loss Prevention Manual has been written with that goal in mind: Online Loss Prevention Training Page
Mandatory for some employees; highly recommended for all:
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
Northern Arizona University is a community unto itself. As such, the university is the repository for various types of information about the members of the community. The sharing of that information is governed by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). FERPA became law in 1974 and provides requirements for the proper release of information pertaining to students’ educational records.
The law stipulates the conditions for the release of information to others, both within and outside the university. FERPA training for staff and faculty is available in an online session at FERPA Online Training.