Online Training Programs
As part of its education series, the Office of Institutional Equity partnered with United Educators to provide several free online training courses to Tulane employees. Below is a list of trainings available and instructions on how to access them.
If you need assistance, please contact Aleshia Butler (504) 247-1778
A new federal law affects students and anyone who works for a college or university. This course examines the new law: what it is, why it's needed, how it affects you and ways to get help for yourself or others.
Lasting choices gives higher education administrators an effective way to educate students on preventing and reporting sexual assaults.
An educator who engages in sexual misconduct has committed a terrible betrayal of trust. This comprehensive course describes good practices for preventing incidents of sexual misconduct and responding properly when allegations are made.
United Educators' START program can help institutions implement educational activities that positively impact students and campus environment. The START (Student Title IX and Respect Training) program is designed to educate students on preventing dating violence and harassment.
Nothing is more important than the safety of each and every person at your institution. Threat assessment teams can take steps to assist persons in trouble an prevent actual or attempted violence that threatens campus safety. This course takes a closer look at what constitutes an effective threat assessment team and touches on important topics such as team composition, reporting, intervention, and documentation.
New Hires and Current Employees
This online learning program trains new hires and current employees to prevent workplace harassment. It is both a legal mandate and the right thing to do. This learning program includes numerous resources for diverse learners.