Equal Access/Equal Opportunity
Harassment and Discrimination: Prevention and Response
The session is designed to provide participants with a foundation in the areas of equal access and equal opportunity. Information on discrimination, harassment, sexual harassment, disabilities, retaliation, and the process at the University for the resolution of complaints will be presented. The University's Nondiscrimination Policy Statement, Antiharassment Policy, and Procedures for Resolving Complaints of Discrimination and Harassment will be provided to every participant. Participants are asked to assess the role personal behavior and conduct play in ensuring an inclusive university community free of discrimination and harassment.
Briefing sessions are 60 minutes in length and are limited to 40 participants per session. Use the following link to register for the sessions listed below: www.conf.purdue.edu/briefing
- Faculty and Staff Sessions
- None scheduled at this time.
- Graduate Student Sessions
- None scheduled at this time.
- Faculty and Staff
- Complete Modules 1 and 2 of the Risk Management Employment Claims Initiative. See instructions below under the "Risk Management Employment Claims Initiative" heading.
- Graduate Students
Advanced Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Workshops
These sessions focus on ensuring all members of the University community are treated with respect and dignity to create an environment free from disability-related discrimination and harassment. NOTE: The Risk Management Employment Claims Initiative Module 2 – Americans with Disabilities Act online training is a pre-requisite for the advanced sessions. There are two advanced sessions offered:
- The supervisor’s session provides a brief review of the ADA and then focuses on a supervisor’s responsibilities with regard to the law including:
- Reasonable accommodations: recognizing requests, documenting requests, maintaining confidentiality
- Maintaining accurate job descriptions
- Upholding equitable performance and conduct standards
- The general session provides a brief review of the ADA, an overview of the reasonable accommodation process, the employee’s responsibilities with regard to the law, and specific campus resources available for guidance.
The workshops are 60 minutes in length and limited to 40 participants per session. Use the following link to register for the sessions listed above: schedule of university wide sessions.
Other Education/Training Opportunities
Child Sexual Abuse Prevention and Response
This session is to educate faculty, staff, and students on their responsibilities regarding sexual harassment and child sexual abuse; to familiarize faculty, students, and staff with University policy and practices focusing on sexual harassment and child sexual abuse; and to foster safe and respectful University environments to better protect students, faculty and staff from incidents of sexual harassment and abuse.
- Schedule of university wide sessions
- Online Program
- Online Instructions
- United Educators EduRisk Learning Portal - The second half of program is through the United Educators EduRisk Learning Portal program called Sexual Misconduct: How Teachers and Other Educators Can Protect Our Children. You will need to register using your Purdue email address.
- Guide to Accessing the United Educators EduRisk Learning Portal
Risk Management Employment Claims Initiative
The Risk Management Employment Claims Initiative supports employees and supervisors in understanding employment related issues such as the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and other University leave policies, overtime rates, discrimination, harassment, and disability awareness and accommodations. Participation in this program helps units meet the criteria for the new insurance deductible reduction offered by Risk Management. Participants will complete four training modules and corresponding certification quizzes. For more information please visit the Risk Management Employment Claims Initiative website.
Campus Security Authority Training
The Campus Security Authority Training helps individuals understand the Clery Act and their roles and responsibilities as a Campus Security Authority or CSA in reporting Clery Act crimes to campus police. For more information please visit the Clery Act Compliance Guide for CSAs website.
NOTE: Purdue is committed to making all programs accessible to participants with disabilities. To request an accommodation or special assistance due to a disability for a program, please contact 49-46373 or firstname.lastname@example.org.