Mandatory Employee Training AY2023-2024

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 full-time and part-time employee, including university assistants, must complete the training sessions listed below in accordance with the university’s Affirmative Action Policy.  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

During Academic Year 2023-2024, the university requires all full-time and part-time employees, including university assistants (graduate interns, graduate assistants, and student workers do not participate in this set of trainings), complete the trainings listed below according to the timeframes indicated:

TrainingMandating BodyFrequencyEstimated Length of Time to Complete
Title IX/Cleary Act, and the Violence Against Women ActCCSUAnnual20 minutes
FERPABOR/CCSUAnnual20 minutes
Ethics 101State of CTAnnual30 minutes
Sexual Harassment PreventionState of CTEvery 10 years2 hours
Gramm-Leach-Bliley ActBOROnce15 minutes
Violence in the WorkplaceState of CTOnce20 minutes

We are transitioning to a training schedule that aligns the university’s annual required trainings with the academic calendar, as opposed to the current “calendar year” alignment. The trainings you are required to complete during Academic Year 2023-2024 will depend on the following: 

  • Employees who have completed all six of the trainings listed above in calendar year 2022 or 2023 will only be required to take the annual Ethics training in Academic Year 2023-24.
  • Employees who have not yet completed all six of the trainings listed above since 2022 will need to complete all six trainings in Academic Year 2023-24.

Please note that these required trainings will need to be completed by May 31, 2024.  

To view your dashboard and access the trainings, please click on the following link which will take you to the NEOED website: 

When accessing the system from a Central-issued computer, you will be automatically logged in. Otherwise, to sign into the system, use your Central email address and BlueNet password. 

The university has arranged for computer access for any employees who do not have access to a work computer, as well as access for anyone who would be more comfortable taking the training in another language.  If you would like to access either of these options, need any other type of accommodation, or experience any difficulty accessing your NEOED account, please notify Dr. Jill Bassett Cameron at and she will be happy to assist you.