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The University of Massachusetts is committed to creating an environment where all faculty and staff are well trained in the various federal and state laws and regulations and University policies that impact their rights and obligations as members of the University community and as Massachusetts public employees. The University has engaged LawRoom/Campus Clarity as its learning management system to offer self-paced online training programs on a variety of topics, including ethics, campus safety, non-discrimination and harassment.
Every 2 years, all state, county and municipal employees must complete a conflict of interest law online training program. Newly elected or appointed public employees must complete this training within 30 days of beginning public service, and every 2 years thereafter.
Campus Clarity Intersections: Supervisor Anti-Harassment & Title IX is the module that covers the required training which includes reporting responsibilities. We understand that the title of the training, e.g., “supervisor,” may be confusing. It is the correct training module. Unfortunately, the vendor is not able to change the title. If you have completed Anti-Harassment & Title IX training, either online or in person within the past year (whether titled “supervisory” or “non-supervisory”), you do not need to take the training at this time. For additional information about this training, please visit the: Gender Equity & Title IX website.
For both the above reference trainings, you will need to log in using your regular campus login credentials. Training is self-paced. You can start and leave the course as often as you would like. Upon return, the course will open to the last page visited.
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