Trainings

The Office of Equity & Compliance (OEC) is committed to providing the necessary trainings for Title IX and any potential acts of Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation.

Mandatory Online Trainings╠ř

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Title IX Mandatory STUDENT Online Training

Welcome to ║┌┴¤═°'s online mandatory student╠řsexual misconduct╠řprevention training program. California State University, Long Beach is committed to providing a safe and inclusive learning and working environment for all students. To this end, we are requiring a mandatory online training to ensure students understand their rights, University resources, and prevention efforts regarding sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, rape, and stalking.

The information in the online training may raise questions and concerns for those who are survivors of sexual misconduct. For confidential support regarding sexual misconduct, including sexual assault, please contact╠ř╠ř▓╣│┘╠řAdvocate@csulb.edu╠řor 562.985.2668.╠řAdditional campus and community resources are available on our╠řTitle IX Website.

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Access and Instructions

Please follow the steps below to access the training:

  1. Access the╠ř╠řwith your campus ID number and password
  2. Select the "Title IX Training" chiclet╠řfrom the home menu╠ř ╠ř
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  3. Log into the training site using your Beach ID and password╠ř
  4. You may complete the training in one session,╠řapproximately 45-60 minutes. If you choose to complete the training in multiple sessions, you may stop and save your training at any time. You will need to log back in with your Beach ID and password to resume the training.
  5. When you are finished, the site provides a Certificate of Completion. Please print or save and retain a copy for your records. If you have a registration hold because of this training requirement, the hold will be removed after one full business day. Please be sure to factor the 1 business day to process training completions into your registration appointment dates.

The training program is compatible with most desktop computers, laptops, and tablets and requires a stable internet connection. For technical service and assistance regarding training access, please contact support@getinclusive.com

For University questions regarding registration holds, campus and community resources, and the Title IX reporting process╠řplease contact Equity & Diversity╠řat OECTraining@csulb.edu or 562.985.8256.╠řWhen contacting Equity & Compliance, please have the following information available:

  1. Full legal name
  2. Your student identification number
  3. Next term you are expected to start classes (as some students are contacting us regarding future enrollment dates)
  4. Your contact information (phone & Email)
  5. If requesting a hold release, you╠ř▓Đ▒ź│ž░Ň╠řprovide a copy of your completion certificate to OEC╠řvia email (OECTraining@csulb.edu) or hardcopy (Foundation Building, Suite 160)

The online employee prevention trainings listed below are required by federal, state, and University policy to train employees on appropriately preventing, identifying, and reporting forward discrimination, harassment, and retaliation╠ř().

1. CSU EMPLOYEE Sexual Misconduct Prevention Program

This is a 30-45 minute mandatory training completed every year by employees who do not manage employees or student workers.╠řYou may take this training in one sitting or stop and save as you go.╠řThis training is required, by the Chancellor, of all employees (Staff, Faculty, Managers, and Student Employees) every year.╠řIt╠řis mandated by federal law and annual completion is required. We encourage you to maintain a copy your certificate of completion for your departmentÔÇÖs records.╠ř╠ř

2. CSU EMPLOYEE Sexual Harassment Prevention Program╠ř

  • All employees will be assigned the new Sexual Harassment Prevention (SHP) training to be completed through the CSU Learn training system.
  • Training must be completed within 30 days.
  • This training is unique from the Title IX/Sexual Misconduct prevention training that many have already completed.

Non-Supervisors

This is a 30-45 minute mandatory training completed every year by employees who do not manage employees or student workers.╠řYou may take this training in one sitting or stop and save as you go.╠řThis training is required, by the Chancellor, of all employees (Staff, Faculty, Managers, and Student Employees) every year.╠řIt╠řis mandated by federal law and annual completion is required. We encourage you to maintain a copy your certificate of completion for your departmentÔÇÖs records.╠ř╠ř

Supervisors

This is a 2-hour mandatory╠řtraining required every other year for employees who supervise one or more employees, including student workers. You may take this training in one sitting or stop and save as you go.╠řWe encourage you to maintain a copy your certificate of completion for your departmentÔÇÖs records.╠ř

Supervisors are required to complete both the employee training as well as this additional supervisor training. If you are required to take this training, you will be contacted via e-mail. If you believe you have been assigned this training in error, please email╠řlarisa.hamada@csulb.edu╠řor call Equity & Compliance at 562.985.8256 during the 8AM-5PM business hours.

3. Clery EMPLOYEE Campus Security Authority Training

Some employees are identified under the Jeanne Clery Act as Campus Security Authorities (CSA). CSAs will receive notice of their status from the Office of Equity & Compliance and will be required to complete this╠řtraining annually. If you are unsure of your status as a CSA, contact your supervisor or the Office of Equity & Compliance.

4. Child Abuse & Neglect Reporting Act (CANRA) Training

Pursuant to Executive Order 1083, all ║┌┴¤═° volunteers who work with children are required to complete CSU's systemwide CANRA online training. Additionally, all ║┌┴¤═° MPP's are required to complete the CANRA training once every three years to ensure federal and state child abuse reporting compliance requirements are followed.

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Quick Tips

  • Please use Google Chrome (recommended).╠řDo not╠řuse Internet Explorer, Safari, or Microsoft Edge to avoid delays or technical issues.
  • Do not╠řuse mobile devices.
  • Disable your Pop-Up Blocker and AdBlocker (contact the╠řIT HelpDesk╠řif you don't know how to do that).
  • Save a copy of your course completion certificate for your records.
  • Before launching the SHP training click the word "Register" (and not the drop-down arrow)
  • Please make sure to keep the tracking window open while your training is in progress. You can minimize it, but do not close it. The window will close automatically at the end of the training. if you close the tracking window prematurely, you may lose your progress and the training system may fail to record course completion.

Access Instructions

  1. Ensure you are using a compatible browser (Recommended: Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome) and disable your pop-up blocker
  2. Access the╠ř╠řwith your campus ID number and password
  3. Select the "CSU Learn" chiclet╠řfrom the home menu╠ř
  4. Once logged in, there is a two minute video tutorial on the landing page for how to use the training system
  5. Select the Assigned Training button on the bottom left of the screen
  6. Select the training you wish to complete - you must complete the entire training and you will receive email reminders until you do so

Note: Student Assistants will not have access via the Single Sign-On page. Student Assistants will receive a direct hyperlink from their supervisor╠řto access the required training╠řand will need to log in using their student email account.

*If you believe that you may need to reset your Single Sign-On password or you are having technical difficulties, please contact╠řhelpdesk@csulb.edu.╠řIf you believe you received this email in error or you are no longer an active employee with ║┌┴¤═°, please contact Equity & Compliance at 562.985.8256 or╠řlarisa.hamada@csulb.edu.╠ř╠ř

Frequently Asked Questions

When I launch training, I see a blank white window.

Please note that Internet Explorer is not supported by CSU Learn. Please use Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox instead.╠ř

When I launch training, I see some squares and an ÔÇťin progressÔÇŁ message.

CSU Learn launches training in two windows: the content window and the tracking window. This ÔÇťin progressÔÇŁ screen is the tracking window. Please minimize the tracking window and see if the course content is available in any other open windows. If you still canÔÇÖt find the course content, please disable your popup blocker and re-launch the training.╠ř

I canÔÇÖt find the START button.

Please click on the word REGISTER instead. The START button will become visible after you register.╠ř

I already completed the Sexual Misconduct Prevention Program. Do I need to complete the Discrimination Harassment Prevention Program?

Yes. All state employees are required to complete both of these programs.╠ř

I received a training email notification, but the links in the email arenÔÇÖt working for me.

Please use Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox to log in through Single-Sign-On at╠ř╠řand click on the Assigned Learning tab.

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Customized Trainings and Programs Offered by Equity & Compliance

Equity & Compliance provides training for campus constituents related to Discrimination, Harassment, Retaliation, Title IX (sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, dating and domestic violence, stalking, and sexual exploitation), the Jeanne Clery Act, and Whistleblower/Whistleblower Retaliation. To request an in-person or Zoom training from Equity & Compliance please contact our office at OEC@csulb.edu╠řor 562.985.8256.