Training Materials for Title IX Personnel
Title IX requires that all individuals involved in the grievance process, including,
but not necessarily limited to, the Title IX Coordinator and Deputy Title IX Coordinators,
investigators, decision makers, and any person who facilitates an informal resolution
process, receive training on the following areas:
- The definition of sexual harassment;
- The scope of the education program or activity;
- How to conduct an investigation and grievance process, including hearings, appeals,
and informal resolution processes; and
- How to serve impartially, including by avoiding prejudgment of the facts at issue,
conflicts of interest, and bias.
Decision-makers must also receive training on the following areas:
- Any technology to be used at a hearing;
- Issues of relevance for questions and evidence, including when questions about the
complainant's sexual predisposition or prior sexual behavior are not relevant;
Investigators must also be trained on issues of relevance to create an investigative
report that fairly summaries relevant evidence.
Advisors assigned by the University will receive training regarding their role in
the process. Advisors are not expected or required to have any specific level of
training or experience.
Title IX also requires that UND post its training materials on its website. Below
are the materials used to train the Title IX Coordinator, Deputy Title IX Coordinators,
investigators, and those involved in the informal resolution process since May 2020.
This list will be updated periodically, as appropriate.
Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights Webinars
New Protections against Sexual Assault
Title IX Regulations Addressing Sexual Assault
Conducting and Adjudicating Title IX Hearings
Due Process Protections in New Title IX Regulations
How to Report Sexual Harassment under Title IX
The First Amendment and Title IX
Other Webinar Recordings
First Steps and Decision Points, Preparing for the New Title IX Reality
New Title IX: You've got Questions, We've got Experts. Ask an Expert Webinar
Wait - the New Title IX Rules Apply to Employees?
New Regulations, New Procedures: Managing Live Hearings, Cross-Examination, and More
Navigating and Implementing the New Title IX Rules: Policies, Trainings and Campus
A First Look at the New Title IX Regulations
The Impact of the New Title IX Rules on Faculty and Employees
NASPA Track 1: Title IX Coordinators
NASPA Track 2: Decision-Makers and Student Conduct Administrators
NASPA Track 3: Title IX Investigators
The New Title IX Regulations: Initial Assessment
The New Title IX Regulations: Investigations and Evidentiary Issues
The New Title IX Regulations: Live Hearings, Part 1
The New Title IX Regulations: Live Hearings, Part 2
The New Title IX Regulations: Policy Frameworks
Navigating and Implementing the New Title IX Rules
Title IX/VAWA Hearing Panel Training
Technology Training for Decision-Makers
Zoom Security Best Practices
Zoom Tips and Tricks
Connecting to a Zoom Meeting that Requires a Log In
What is Zoom and How do I get Started?
Host and Co-Host Controls in a Meeting
Recording a Zoom Meeting
In-Meeting Security Options
Managing Breakout Rooms