Northern Arizona University requires all faculty, staff, and student employees to complete the Harassment & Discrimination Prevention (approximately 90 minutes) and Accommodating Disabilities (approximately 60 minutes) trainings to help create a safe working environment and to prevent workplace harassment and discrimination. New employees are required to complete both training courses within 30 days of their hire date. As a reminder, all current part-time and full-time administrators, staff, faculty, graduate assistants, and student employees were required to complete Harassment & Discrimination Prevention and Accommodating Disabilities no later than January 13, 2020. If you have not yet completed the courses, please do so as soon as possible. Supervisors will receive completion reports soon. Recently hired employees who have taken either Harassment & Discrimination Prevention or its predecessor, Intersections, within the last 60 days (from November 14, 2019) are not required to retake that training, but are required to complete Accommodating Disabilities.
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Faculty Search Committee training
Search training is required for new faculty and those who have not been trained within the last 12 months.
Trainings are held on a regular basis. Please see our training schedule to find a time that works for you.
Diversity, Inclusion, and Bias Prevention training
You also have access to two optional, but highly recommended courses to enhance your professional development:
Civil Rights Compliance training
Recommended for grant administrators and grantees.
The Arizona Criminal Justice Commission (ACJC)
The U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office for Civil Rights (OCR) has developed an online training for its funding recipients. ACJC has made this training available to all of its sub-recipients as well. All ACJC federal funding sub-recipient agencies must designate a person whose job duties include civil rights compliance to participate in this annual training.
The MissionSTEM website is designed to assist NASA grant recipients with their civil rights compliance efforts. NASA has made this website and training available to the public. While STEM fields are the target audience, it is relevant for all researchers.