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Title IX Training that Exceeds Minnesota Statute 135A.15
To prevent sexual violence and sex discrimination on college and university campuses, Title IX, Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and the Clery Act require higher education institutions to enact primary prevention and awareness training programs.
Additionally, Minnesota has passed legislation, Statute 135A.15, aimed at stopping sexual assault and improving the response to it. The legislation requires schools to follow significant content and training requirements.
Campus Answers offers Title IX training for students, faculty and staff—designed specifically to meet Minnesota requirements and federal requirements.
Title IX Training Tailored for Minnesota Campuses
- Includes definitions of sexual assault and consent that match the laws to help you stay in compliance
- Provides proof of completion so that you can retain the documentation for your records
- Explains reporting procedures, in addition to campus resources on sexual assault, such as support organizations
- Incorporates information on preventing sexual assault into relatable stories to engage learners and help them retain knowledge
- Enrolls students and sends reminder notifications to ensure completion of the training
The Campus Answers Approach to eLearning
Campus Answers’ Title IX training courses for students, faculty and staff are inclusive and relatable—which removes barriers and increases completion rates. Our unique approach to eLearning incorporates:
- Award-winning instructional design techniques that engage learners
- Legal experts that create each course to ensure compliance
- Content that matches your campus environment
- Sophisticated LMS to make training easy to deploy
- Dedicated account managers to answer your implementation questions
Maintain compliance with federal and Minnesota state laws while propelling cultural change on your campus—with Title IX training from Campus Answers.
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