Title IX Team Training Materials

In compliance with 34 CFR Part 106.45(b)(10) of the 2020 Title IX Regulations that mandate the public sharing of materials used to train Title IX Coordinators, Deputy Coordinators, Investigators, Decision-Makers, Advisors, and Appeals Officials, we have included links to the most recent materials used to train members of the Title IX Team and Grievance Process Pool. This list includes internal training as well as external training through third parties such as the Association of Title IX Administrators (ATIXA). UA Little Rock is a member of ATIXA and regularly utilizes its articles, white papers, and online webinars.

The following are course materials that are used to train individuals involved in the investigation and resolution of Title IX allegations at UA Little Rock.

Training Materials for the UA Little Rock Title IX Director/Coordinator

  • ATIXA Training Materials
    • Title IX Hearing Chairs Certification
    • Title IX Coordinator & Administrator Level One Certification
    • Rationale Writing Workshop for Decision-Makers and Investigators
    • Intimate Partner Violence: 20-Minutes-to…Trained
    • Self-Care for the Title IX Coordinator: 20-Minutes-to…Trained
    • Sexual Harassment: 20-Minutes-to…Trained
    • Stalking: 20-Minutes-to…Trained
    • Understanding Sexual Violence: 20-Minutes-to…Trained
    • Intersection of Disability and Title IX Webinar
    • Severe, Pervasive, and Objectively Offensive Webinar
    • Time with IX: Understanding Doe v. Fairfax School Board
    • Talking BITs: The Impact of Anti-LGBTQIA+ Legislation on Youth
    • Time with IX: No Contact Orders and No Contact Directives: Unilateral, Employee-Based, Mutual Orders, And More
    • Talking BITs / Time with IX: When Title IX and BIT Collide
    • Time with IX: Implementing the One Policy, Two Processes (1P2P) Model Policy
    • Time with IX: Exploring the Effect of the Cardona Decision on Cross-Examination and Live Hearings
    • Time with IX: ATIXA Legislative Efforts Update
  • US Department of Education
    • Title IX Regulations Addressing Sexual Harassment
    • New Title IX Protections Against Sexual Assault
    • Due Process Protections under the New Title IX Regulations
    • Conducting and Adjudicating Title IX Hearings
    • How to Report Sexual Harassment under Title IX
    • The First Amendment and Title IX
  • Dan Schorr, LLC Webinars
    • Title IX Offices: Structure and Staffing for Success
    • Decision Makers: Best Practices and Challenges
    • IX Issues to Consider in 2022
    • Conducting Climate Investigations: Challenges and Best Practices
    • Title IX Hearings: Lessons Learned in 2021
  • Thompson & Horton, LLP Webinars
    • Top 10 Client Questions During the Title IX Grievance Process
    • Gaslighting, Cancel Culture, or Free Speech: Lessons for Schools from the Yale Law School “Trap House” Controversy
    • Avoiding Title IX Pitfalls