Required Employee Training
Title IX Training
Willamette University is a community committed to excellence in teaching and learning and, as such, seeks to foster a safe and respectful learning environment for all. Willamette University will not tolerate violence, threats or intimidation, and we are committed to understanding issues of power-based personal violence and taking action to prevent and address them. Regular and comprehensive employee training is mandated under federal law (Title IX, Violence Against Women Act, Campus SaVE Act, etc.), and we believe ongoing training and education play a key role in our efforts to prevent violence and cultivate a campus culture that is welcoming, inclusive and safe for all.
All Willamette University faculty, staff, and student employees are required to complete the following training programs within the first 60 days of hire, and annually thereafter.
- Workplace Harassment Prevention
- Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act
- Sexual Misconduct Policy & Protocol
"Mandatory Reporter" and "Required Reporter" training is received in the Sexual Misconduct Policy & Protocol Training. Please read the policy:
New Willamette University employees are required to receive Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) training within the first 60 days of hire, and annually thereafter.
New Willamette University employees (except for student employees) are required to receive an orientation within the first 60 days of hire.
Willamette Human Resources is committed to serve our staff and faculty by providing essential training and development resources to enable them to achieve their goals and aspirations.
If you would like to set up a consultation or a training session for your department, office, or an individual, please contact Wendy Gleason.