Mandatory Student Training

 

Training is provided by the Employee Training Center for all new student employees, and this may be recurring training. Students will receive e-mails regarding these mandatory trainings (This occurs up to 48 hours after finalizing their employment in the CMS). Students should complete all trainings from the Employee Training Center during work hours.
Course Description Estimated Time Frequency
EDU: Eliminate Campus Sexual Misconduct (CSU) 30 minutes Every year
Data Security & Privacy 30 minutes Every year
CSU: Preventing Discrimination and Harassment for Non-Supervisors 30 minutes Every year
Campus Health and Safety Requirements - Online 40 minutes Every 5 years
Defensive Driver Training- Online 45 minutes Every 4 years

Eliminate Campus Sexual Misconduct

This course provides practical training for identifying, reporting, and preventing campus sexual violence, as well as assisting victims of sexual assault. Interactive case studies and videos provide engaging educational content that explains how to respond to known or suspected sexual violence, which includes sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking. Many interactions are based on real cases that teach important concepts to help create a safe campus community and create a culture that does not tolerate sexual violence. The course teaches employees valuable skills for assisting victims and survivors of sexual violence and reporting sexual violence. The course content also helps postsecondary institutions comply with the employee training requirements of Title IX and the Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act (Campus SaVE Act).

Sexual assault is an epidemic affecting college students. Federal law requires all colleges and universities that participate in federal financial aid programs to train their faculty and staff on how to recognize sexual misconduct, report incidents to campus authorities, and prevent sexual misconduct from occurring in the first place. This course also provides state-specific legal definitions of sexual violence, and describes victim protections, bystander intervention strategies, and school disciplinary proceedings.

All new student employees are required to take the mandatory online training. To access the trainings, please visit the Employee Training Center Opens in new window website. Proceed to click the link of the online training that you are required to complete. Log in using your created employee user name and password. Finally, click “Launch” next to the training you want to complete.

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Data Security & Privacy

This course raises awareness to the importance of keeping private data secure. The course also provides steps that employees can take to help maintain the security and confidentiality of private information.

Preventing Discrimination and Harassment Policies

The purpose of this training is to provide you with information on your role in contributing to a respectful university environment. It is the University’s goal “To Provide Our Employees and Students a Working and Learning Environment Which Is Free of Discrimination and Harassment.” Please familiarize yourself with all the policies and resources available to you so that should you observe, or be the subject of, discrimination or sexual harassment, you will know the appropriate steps to take.

Please take a moment to visit the Human Resources, Diversity and Inclusion website to view the University Policy on discrimination, harassment and retaliation Opens in new window along with additional information. Please take time to review your rights and options Opens in new window as well.

All new student employees are required to take the mandatory online CSU: Preventing Discrimination and Harassment Policies Training. To access the trainings, please visit the Employee Training Center Opens in new window website. Proceed to click the link of the online training that you are required to complete. Log in using your created employee user name and password. Finally, click “Launch” next to the training you want to complete.

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Campus Health and Safety

The University General Safety Training is intended to promote the health and safety of faculty, staff, and students and increase awareness of safety related issues in the workplace. Please familiarize yourself with all safety procedures and resources available to you so that in case of an accident or emergency you will know the appropriate steps to take.

All new student employees are required to take the mandatory online training. To access the trainings, please visit the Employee Training Center Opens in new window website. Proceed to click the link of the online training that you are required to complete. Log in using your created employee user name and password. Finally, click “Launch” next to the training you want to complete.

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Defensive Driver Training– Online

Defensive Driver Training (DDT) is now being assigned to all Faculty, Staff, and Student Employees. If you do not drive, you can designate that within the first couple minutes of the training. The training will then skip you to the end.

Campus Solutions Access and Training (If Applicable to Position)

Students needing access to information technology systems (i.e. CMS Campus Solutions) must complete the IT: Campus Solutions FERPA training (through the Employee Training Center), and successfully pass the quiz. The manager must approve access on Information Technology System Access Request Forms.

Mandatory Reporting of Child Abuse and Neglect (If Applicable to Position)

Effective immediately, Payroll will collect all Child Abuse Mandated Reporter Agreements, CSU Executive Order 1083, when new employees (including students) complete their sign-in paperwork at Payroll. Departments are no longer required to collect these forms.

As a society, we all share the responsibility of protecting our children from abuse and neglect. To encourage adults to report suspected abuse or neglect, all 50 states have laws requiring adults in certain professions who regularly come in contact with children to report any mistreatment to local government agencies. These laws establish a legal duty to report and penalties for failing to report, while granting immunity and confidentiality to those who report in good faith. And, depending on the state, these laws also authorize and encourage adults otherwise not required to report to contact the authorities when they suspect the mistreatment of children.

Food Handler Safety Training (If Applicable to Position)

Students who handle food as part of their job responsibilities are required to take this training. Principles of safe preparation, handling and storage of food. This course is required to obtain a permit for handling food on campus. Topics include foodborne illnesses and risks, proper preparation, handling, and storage of food, and good hygiene practices.

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