Harassment Prevention Education
As members of University community, we are all share in the responsibility of building a climate that is free of harassment and discrimination. In support of this commitment the University offers an online harassment prevention program providing valuable information to the entire University community. The program addresses the rights and responsibilities of harassment prevention. Through a series of scenarios and activities, employees and students will learn important principles and develop skills to enhance their working and educational relationships. Full participation in this program will help build an inclusive work and learning environment in which all members of the University community can achieve their full potential.
The online program is geared toward faculty, staff, appointed professionals, and student employees. Non-employed students are also eligible to utilize the program and are encouraged to do so.The program is available in several versions, for example, supervisory, non-supervisory, faculty, and student employee. All versions can be accessed by clicking on the following link: http://training.newmedialearning.com/psh/uarizona/. Select the version of the program most applicable to you. Typically, an individual qualifies as a "supervisor" if the individual has authority to make tangible employment decisions affecting an employee (such as hiring, firing, promoting, etc.) or the daily work activities. If in doubt, take the supervisor version, as it is the most comprehensive. Students who are also University employees, including teaching and research assistants, should take the student employee version.
As you prepare to utilize the program, have your employee/student ID number handy, as it is required to verify and record completion of the program.
The program concludes with a quiz to ensure your comprehension of the material. A record of completion will be maintained by University administration. If you have access to a printer, you may print a certificate of completion for yourself and/or for your supervisor, or, for a paperless process, block and copy the completion record text and paste it into an email message. Then forward the message to your supervisor.
Program completion records are maintained by OIE. Supervisors may request completion information by contacting us at 621-9449.
The OIE provides on-site customized discrimination and harassment prevention workshops for employees and students. Please contact our office at 621-9449 if you are interested in working with our office to develop an educational opportunity designed for your specified needs.