Supervisors

College Supervisor Compliance Training

The campus environment has an incredible array of employee types, working environments, and training requirements. From workplace safety to hazardous materials to harassment and discrimination training, there’s a lot to cover. And now, in response to recent events, the White House has passed down new mandates and recommendations to help prevent violence and sexual assault on campuses. Are you confident that your faculty, staff, student employees, and fellow supervisors are all well-trained to maintain compliance with Title IX, Clery Act, the Violence Against Women Act, and the Campus SaVE Act?

Campus Answers is a total solution for higher education. We provide training on all compliance areas for all categories of university employees – even students. It covers the most recent statutes and recommendations to provide a better, safer campus environment for everyone. Our online training courses have been developed specifically for the unique university environment. Harassment prevention training addresses the relationships and power structures only seen on college campuses. Diversity, discrimination, disability, privacy rights, and more – all specific to higher education.

Courses from Campus Answers are simple for supervisors and HR staff to manage because of our SLATE Learner Management System. It allows you to track learner progress and certifications and provides a superior training experience for employees, faculty, staff, and students. Our training is engaging and effective. It’s customizable for your organization’s individual policies and procedures.

Do you work in California or another state that has additional training for supervisors? We’ve got you covered with specialized training that covers your state’s requirements for compliance. 

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