UMW Required Training

In order to meet State and UMW requirements, employees and supervisors are expected to complete the following courses by March 30, 2012. Please view the topics and deadlines below and then follow the instructions for accessing the required curricula in the Knowledge Center at the bottom of this page. Employees are only required to complete one  of the below curricula.

Employee Curriculum : Total Time is 2 hours and 5 minutes

  • UMW Diversity Awareness Course: Provides an overview of the different types of diversity, an understanding and appreciation for diversity, and the steps to take if you believe you or someone else has been the victim of discrimination.
  • Use of Electronic Communication and Social Media Policy: Describes University rights  around employees’ use of electronic communications and social media
  • UMW Preventing Sexual Misconduct Training: Provides a description of what constitutes sexual misconduct, the steps to take if sexual misconduct is observed or experienced, as well as UMW’s responsibility to promote a respectful workplace free from sexual misconduct.  
  • UMW Preventing Workplace Harassment: Provides the definition of workplace harassment, tools to identify risks, tips on actions that prevent and resolve harassment, and steps to report harassment.
  • UMW Workplace Violence Prevention: Describes the types of actions that constitute workplace violence, how to prevent violence, and what to do if workplace violence occurs
  • Terrorism Security Orientation: Outlines what terrorism is, prevention and self-protection techniques, as well as your role and the agency’s role in the case of an emergency

Supervisor Curriculum: Total time is 3 hours and 20 minutes

    • UMW Diversity Awareness Course: Provides an overview of the different types of diversity, an understanding and appreciation for diversity, and the steps to take if you believe you or someone else has been the victim of discrimination.
    • Use of Electronic Communication and Social Media Policy:  Describes University rights  around employees’ use of electronic communications and social media
    • UMW Preventing Sexual Misconduct: Provides a description of what constitutes sexual misconduct, the steps to take if sexual misconduct is observed or experienced, as well as UMW’s responsibility to promote a respectful workplace free from sexual misconduct.  
    • MVP HR Policy & Law – Preventing Workplace Harassment: Defines harassing behaviors, outlines  the supervisor’s role in preventing workplace harassment, provides guidelines to handle harassment complaints in the workplace, and lists  the University’s and supervisor’s liability when they knew or should have known about harassing behaviors in the workplace.
    • UMW Workplace Violence Prevention: Describes the types of actions that constitute workplace violence, how to prevent violence, and what to do if workplace violence occurs
    • Terrorism Security Awareness Orientation: Outlines what terrorism is, prevention and self-protection techniques, as well as your role and the agency’s role in the case of an emergency

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