Training Resources

The University of Alaska is committed to a safe campus environment where our students, staff and faculty can learn, work and live.

Student Title IX Training

Title IX 2020 training will be available September 1. All students need to complete annual Title IX training by October 31st each year.

UA Safe - Title IX for students
This training educates students on prevention and safety strategies regarding sexual assaults on campus, as well as educating students on how to report concerns to the appropriate campus authorities.  The training takes approximately 35-40 minutes to complete and is accessed through Blackboard. 
 
All degree-seeking students are required to complete Title IX training. This includes certificate, associate, bachelors, masters, PhDs. This also includes online and on-campus students, middle college students enrolled at the university, and students on national and international exchange students.
 

Employee Title IX Training

Title IX 2020 training will be available September 1. All employees need to complete annual Title IX training by September 30th each year. (For 2020 the deadline is extended to Oct. 31) The Title IX Sex and Gender Based Discrimination training is conveniently provided for you via MyUA. The Title IX Sex and Gender Based Discrimination training is conveniently provided for you via MyUA.

The training will take you approximately 45 minutes to complete.

The following website has information to assist employees with completing their training: https://alaska.edu/hrtraining. Google Chrome is the recommended browser for the Title IX training. 

If you need additional assistance, please contact the HRIS Help Desk at (907) 450-8214 or email ua-syhr@alaska.edu.
 

 

ADA Basic Building Blocks Training

ADA Basic Building Blocks Training is an introductory webcourse on the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) that is designed to help increase your knowledge and understanding of the basic principles and core concepts in the ADA and the ADA Amendments Act of 2008 (ADAAA). This is a free training through the ADA National Network. Print your test score at the end of the training and provide it to your supervisor if you are using it for professional development.

ADA update: A primer for state and local governments (PDF)