The University of Arkansas at Little Rock is using SafeColleges to offer its on-line educational and compliance training for students and employees.
We require all UA Little Rock students to complete this training in an effort to increase your knowledge and awareness surrounding this subject. To access this training, you will need a computer with internet access and audio capabilities. This training should take approximately 35 minutes to complete.
This training may be accessed at http://ualrstudents.ar.safecolleges.com/training/home.
Students should complete the required training module “Campus SaVE Act for Students: Sexual Violence Awareness”. In addition to this training, there are other optional courses available for students that may be taken by accessing “Extra Training”. Other optional student courses include:
- Bystander Intervention for Students
- Alcohol Awareness for Students
- Drug Awareness and Abuse
- Intimate Partner Violence for Students
- Active Shooter Preparedness for Students
- Health and Safety Awareness on Campus
All UA Little Rock employees including hourly, graduate assistant and work-study employee are required to complete this mandatory training about Title IX within 30 days of their hire date. This training will help faculty and staff to understand their role as a “Responsible Employee” and their requirements to report instances of sexual harassment or violence against students and colleagues. The training should take approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes and may be completed in multiple sessions.
Employee Training may be accessed at http://ualr.ar.safecolleges.com/training/home.
Employees should complete the required training module “Campus SaVE Act for Employees: Sexual Violence Awareness, Title IX and Sexual Misconduct and Sexual Harassment”. In addition to this training, there are other optional courses available for employees that may be taken by accessing “Extra Training”. Other optional student courses include:
UA Little Rock employees have access the additional training including:
- Sexual Harassment
- Title IX
- Discrimination Awareness in the Workplace
- Diversity Awareness
- FERPA: Confidentiality of Records
- Sensitivity Awareness
- Retaliation Liability
- Active Shooter
Title IX Policy and Website Acknowledgement
Both students and employees are expected to read and acknowledge through the online training module, the university’s Title IX Policy and Website. The Title IX website provides resources, contact information and an online reporting option. All required training is automatically assigned through the online training program and the system-generated emails will be sent to all students and employees once assignments are completed.
If you would like to inquire about in-person departmental training on Title IX topics or have any questions about the online training program, please contact LaTonda Williams, Title IX Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.