Advanced Title IX Coordinator and Deputy Coordinator Annual Training from trainED

Live Webcast
In-Person Training
Gray Plant Mooty
500 IDS Center (5th Floor)
80 South Eighth Street
Minneapolis, MN 55402

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Presented by trainED


Is your institution in shape to comply with Title IX and the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act (VAWA)? Do you have experience with Title IX and VAWA but need to meet your annual training requirement and refresh your knowledge? Get fit for compliance with trainED’s half-day Advanced Title IX Coordinator and Deputy Coordinator Annual Training.


Higher education institutions are legally required to provide specialized training on an annual basis on sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, and related topics to employees with heightened responsibilities in these areas, such as Title IX coordinators and deputies, investigators, adjudicators, student services and human resources professionals, administrators, and campus security personnel.


Join us for a half-day of in-depth training to satisfy these requirements, receive an update on recent changes in the law, and refresh your knowledge of your responsibilities. Participants will leave the Advanced Title IX Coordinator and Deputy Coordinator Annual Training with an up-to-date understanding of current compliance requirements and their heightened responsibilities and obligations. Attendees will also receive a certificate verifying their completion of the training session. 


This training will cover:


  • Update on the legal landscape:

    • VAWA/Clery Act Final Rule
    • New Title IX guidance from OCR regarding Title IX Coordinators
    • Tips for implementation of changes

  • Identification of key components of lawful and effective policies and procedures relating to sexual misconduct 
  • Conducting lawful and effective investigations and adjudications
  • Providing services to victims of sexual violence
  • Creating a culture of understanding and prevention  
  • Lessons learned and mistakes to avoid