Online Prevention Training
The University of Memphis requires that faculty and staff members complete an annual Title IX, Title VI, and Title VII training for the university to remain compliant with state and federal regulations. The university provides an online training covering Title IX, Title VI, and Title VII. This training will be available in the Spring semester, and it will provide detailed information on responding to a complaint of sexual misconduct as a mandatory reporter.
Please note: If you are a survivor of sexual assault/ other forms of interpersonal violence and have concerns about taking this course, please contact us at email@example.com.
Faculty and staff will be invited to take the training through an email sent to their UofM Email Account. Training typically takes place in January or early February.
Average time to complete is 75 minutes. The training is self-paced and can be completed in multiple sittings.
Faculty and staff can use Chrome, Firefox, or Safari for Apple Computers to complete the online course. For Windows Computers, please use Chrome, Firefox, or Internet Explorer 11. Courses will work best with the latest versions of each browser.
If faculty or staff have technical issues with the course, they can contact Vector Solutions here.
If there are questions concerning access to the course, wrong course assignment, etc., email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
SafeColleges trainings are designed to be accessible under the ADA (Titles II & III), Section 504 and 508 of the Rehabilitation Act, and the accessibility standards set forth by the W3Cs Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0.
The email indicates the course is from Vector Solutions or SafeColleges. Is this legitimate?
Yes. Vector Solutions SafeColleges is a third-party vendor the UofM currently uses for course content and administration. Emails sent from them are legitimate and are not spam.
If you recently took a similar course, please contact us at email@example.com. Our courses are designed to be compliant with Tennessee specific laws regarding higher education laws and responsibilities unique to faculty and staff members on our campus. Courses taken at other in-state higher education institutions may exempt you from this requirement; however, trainings given at other government agencies will likely not include all pertinent training content.