Campus Compliance Training Requirements

MANDATORY CAMPUS COMPLIANCE TRAINING COURSES – NEW COURSES

Effective June 23, 2015, all Sac State employees are required to receive Sexual Violence Prevention and Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation compliance training.  This training is mandated by Federal/State law and/or CSU Executive Orders.  The required compliance training courses are outlined in Sections I. and II.  See Section III for information on how to access these training courses in Skillport.

I. NEW COURSES

CSU: Preventing Discrimination and Harassment for Non-Supervisors:  CSU Executive Order 1095 requires that all new employees complete anti-discrimination and harassment training within six months of their initial hiring.  All existing non-supervisory employees must complete anti-discrimination and harassment training on or before June 23, 2016, and on an annual basis thereafter.  CSU: Preventing Discrimination and Harassment for Non-Supervisors satisfies this training requirement.

EDU: Eliminate Campus Sexual Violence (CSU):  CSU Executive Order 1095 and current law require that all new employees complete sexual violence awareness and prevention training within six months of their initial hiring.  All existing employees must complete sexual violence awareness and prevention training on or before June 23, 2016, and on an annual basis thereafter.  EDU: Eliminate Campus Sexual Violence (CSU) satisfies this training requirement.

II. EXISTING COURSES

[SUPERVISERS ONLY]  EDU Supervisor: Anti-Harassment, Discrimination, Retaliation (CA-13-H):  State law [California Government Code Section 12950.1] requires The CSU to provide two-hours of sexual harassment training to all supervisory employees every two years and to all new supervisory employees within six months of assuming a supervisory position.  EDU Supervisor: Anti-Harassment, Discrimination, Retaliation (CA-13-H) satisfies this training requirement.  The CSU defined supervisory employees required to take this training in HR Letter 2005-35. https://csyou.calstate.edu/Policies/Policies/HR2005-35.pdf

EDU: Mandated Reporter[NOTE: ALTHOUGH THIS COURSE IS ONLY MANDATORY FOR CERTAIN EMPLOYEES, ALL EMPLOYEES ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO TAKE THE TRAINING]  CSU Executive Order 1083 and current Federal/State law require that all CSU employees report suspected child abuse or neglect to campus police (or 911 in the case of an emergency).  These laws establish a legal duty to report and penalties for failing to report, while granting immunity and confidentiality to those who report in good faith.  EDU: Mandated Reporter provides the necessary information to employees on how to (1) recognize child abuse, (2) detect child predators, and (3) report suspected abuse.

III. COURSE ACCESS

Each course is available online via Skillport.  To access the training, please log on to My Sac State and click on the Skillport link in the Employee Center.  My Sac State can be found on the main Sacramento State home page at the top of the page.  Once you are in Skillport, the training can be found under “View My Plan” → “Assigned Learning”

If you have any issues accessing this training, please contact the IRT Service Desk at 916 278-7337, servicedesk@csus.edu or stop by AIRC 2005 during regular business hours.  You can also access online support while logged into Skillport by going to Quick Link → Skillsoft Support.  Skillport is compatible with current versions of Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome on Windows system and Safari on Mac OS X.  You will need to disable the pop-up blocker on your browser for the Skillport website.

If you have questions about the training requirements or content of the training courses, please contact William “Skip” Bishop, Campus DHR Administrator and Title IX Coordinator, at 916-278-7469 or william.bishop@csus.edu