Mandatory Employee Training 2023-'24

Central is committed to providing a safe and nondiscriminatory employment and educational environment that complies with policies relating to affirmative action, discrimination, and harassment.

As such, every employee — including University Assistants and part-time faculty and staff — must complete seven training sessions in accordance with the University mission and its Affirmative Action Policy. (See list below.) Some of these training sessions are required only once during your tenure as a state employee. If have proof of certification from a previous training, please contact Dr. Jill Bassett-Cameron at 860.832.1653 or jbassett-cameron@ccsu.edu/.

UPDATE: We are happy to share that prior certifications have been uploaded to qualify for compliance. We recognize that there are two FERPA trainings available and we ask that you complete one of the two, unless you are faculty and staff and we ask that you complete both.

Please note some departments and groups, such as Residence Life, Athletics, Campus Police, and student leaders, will be required to participate in additional training.

Required Training Sessions

Ethics 101: Learn more about the state code of ethics for public officials and state employees (30 minutes)

FERPA: This session explores the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act; mandated by the CSCU Board of Regents (20 minutes).

Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act: The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act requires companies that offer financial products or services to disclose their information-sharing practices to their customers and to safeguard sensitive data; mandated by the CSCU Board of Regents (15 minutes).

Sexual Harassment Prevention: Mandated by the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities (2 hours).

Title IX/Cleary Act, and the Violence Against Women Act: Mandated by the Board of Regents (20 minutes).

Workplace Violence Prevention: Mandated by the State of Connecticut (20 minutes).

CSCU/CSCC Equal Employment Opportunity Center of Excellence Diversity Training: Mandated by the State of Connecticut (2 hours). After completing this course, employees must proceed to the Understanding and Preventing Microaggressions training session (1 hour online).

Training:Mandating BodyMandate- At Minimum
Ethics 101StateAnnual
Title IX/Cleary Act, and the Violence Against Women ActCCSUAnnual
Violence in the WorkplaceStateOnce (with certification provided)
FERPABOROnce (with certification provided)
CSCU/CSCC Equal Employment Opportunity Center of Excellence Diversity TrainingState- 3 hoursOnce (with certification provided)
GLBABOROnce (with certification provided)
Sexual Harassment PreventionStateAt least once per 10 yrs. (With certification provided)

How to Access Training Sessions Online

Nearly all training modules are available online via NEOED Learn. To begin a training session, go to https://login.neoed.com/authentication/saml/login/CSCUCCSU/.

If you are using a CCSU-issued computer, you will be automatically logged in. If you are on a personal device, login with CCSU email address and BlueNet password.

Register for Diversity in the Workplace

Please be advised that this is a two-part program with a two-hour session conducted by the Equal Employment Opportunity Center of Excellence followed by an online module through NEOED Learn. Employees will receive a link to the NEOED online module upon completion of the two-hour session with the EEO Center of Excellence.

Virtual diversity training sessions will be offered on the following dates:

January 17, 2024 Session
March 13, 2024 Session

In person diversity training sessions will be offered on the following dates:

 

Please click on date and time to register or follow directions below.

How to register for diversity training

  • Find the appropriate date and time of the session that works for your schedule.
  • Go to https://bit.ly/CCSUdiversitytraining and click the ticket to begin the registration
  • Click the registration button and enter a “1” for yourself in the Quantity field.
  • Click Submit to proceed.
  • Complete the required fields — make sure to use your CCSU email address for the registration — and then click on the Submit button.
  • Review what you have entered, then click Confirm when ready.