Annual Training for Advanced Title IX Coordinators and Deputy Coordinators (2021)

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**This training is intended for institutions of higher education and their employees only**

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This training discusses a requirement found in the Title IX Regulations regarding the use of statements by a party or witness who does not submit to cross-examination at the live hearing. As set forth in Slide 218, the regulations prohibited a decision-maker from relying on statements from a party or witness who does not submit to cross-examination; the requirement prohibited consideration of all statements by such a party or witness, including statements in the investigation report or any other source such as police reports, medical exams, text messages, or witness accounts. See 34 C.F.R. § 106.45(b)(6)(i). On August 24, 2021, the United States Department of Education Office for Civil Rights issued a letter notifying institutions that the Department will no longer enforce that prohibition because of a federal court ruling that vacated that provision of the regulations. Institutions are no longer prohibited from relying on the statement of a party or witness who does not submit to cross-examination and decision-makers may consider statements made by parties and witnesses during the investigation, emails or text messages, and statements in other sources such as police reports and medical reports, regardless of whether the party or witness was subject to cross-examination at the live hearing. Any discussion in this training of the prohibition on the use of statements from parties or witnesses who are not subject to cross-examination is no longer applicable and should not be relied on.


Title IX Coordinators and Deputy Coordinators are responsible for ensuring that your institution complies with its obligations under Title IX, including the 2020 Title IX regulations, and the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act (VAWA), and higher education institutions are legally required to provide them with specialized training on an annual basis. Further, the Title IX regulations require Title IX Coordinators to receive training on specific topics. Given the current legal obligations, the significant recent changes to the legal landscape, the heightened focus on enforcement of Title IX, and the increasing complexity of sexual misconduct matters, it is more important than ever that your Title IX Coordinators are well trained on your institution’s obligations under Title IX and VAWA.

Join us for an in-depth training specifically designed to satisfy annual training requirements and to provide advanced Title IX Coordinators and Deputy Coordinators with an up-to-date understanding of current compliance requirements, including requirements of the 2020 Title IX regulations, as well as best practices. Our training is conducted by higher education attorneys who regularly advise institutions on all aspects of the sexual misconduct process, from policy drafting, to investigating and adjudicating sexual misconduct cases, through the final resolution of sexual misconduct matters. This firsthand, real-world experience will help participants to understand not only the legal requirements, but also the practical day-to-day application of related policies and procedures and will help even the most experienced participants navigate the complex and often nuanced issues that arise throughout the sexual misconduct process. Attendees will also have the opportunity to put their training into action as they work together to oversee a complex sexual misconduct case and receive valuable, in-the-moment feedback from higher education attorneys.

Attendees will receive a certificate verifying their completion of the training session.


This training will cover:

• Update on the legal landscape

    - Possible changes from the Biden Administration

    - 2020 Title IX regulations

    - VAWA/Clery Act

    - Recent Title IX and due process litigation

• Identifying key components of legally compliant and effective policies and procedures relating to sexual misconduct

• Overseeing a legally compliant and effective investigation and grievance process

    - Procedural requirements of the 2020 Title IX regulations

        o Investigations

        o Hearings

        o Informal resolution processes

    - Structuring a process applicable to sexual misconduct cases that do not fall under Title IX

• How to serve impartially

• Case studies designed to help participants troubleshoot challenging real-life scenarios


**This training is intended for institutions of higher education and their employees only**

Please contact events@trainEDsolutions.com if you require a certificate of completion

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  • Each rental provides a 30-day timeframe for a SINGLE user to view the training content. Once the play button is pressed, the user will have 72 hours to view the video. IF REGISTERING MULTIPLE USERS, THEY WILL NEED TO BE REGISTERED INDIVIDUALLY.
  • Length8 hours (approx)

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