Train Your Team on Title IX Compliance

Train Your Team on Title IX Compliance

Use our live and on-demand learning to train your team.

Get your investigators and hearing panelists up to speed and train every member of your faculty and staff who has an obligation to respond to reports of alleged sexual harassment. Your membership gives your team access to live and on-demand trainings across Title IX and several other key topic areas within higher education.

Want to add more users to your membership? A team- or institution-wide membership is a great way to gain access to online learning for your extended team. Contact us to add more users to your subscription.

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Featured Training

Changes to the current Title IX regulations are anticipated in May 2023. Academic Impressions looks forward to providing you with up-to-the-minute information about what your campus needs to know. In the meantime, here are some resources in support of ongoing Title IX training on your campus


Foundations of Title IX Investigations: Training & Certification

June 23 & June 26, 2023

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Advanced Title IX Investigator Training and Certification

July 26 – 27, 2023

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Proposed Title IX Regulations: What You Should Be Doing Now

Recorded on August 12, 2022

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Officials with Authority and Responsible Employees

ON-DEMAND! Officials with Authority and Responsible Employees: Helping Mandatory Reporters Comply with New Title IX Regulations


Train OWAs and other mandatory reporter employees on how to respond to reports of alleged sexual harassment.

Those with the designation of “Official with Authority” (OWA), “Responsible Employee,” or “Mandatory Reporter Employee” have a responsibility to report any alleged incidents of sexual harassment to the Title IX Coordinator. This includes witnessed harassment as well as incidents shared with you by students, faculty, or staff. Failure to report as an OWA can trigger legal liability.

This video course will prepare employees to comply in their roles as a mandatory reporters of sexual harassment.

Members can administer this video course to their entire team of mandatory reporter employees, including OWAs.

On-Demand Learning Opportunities

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What Do We Mean By a Trauma-Informed Title IX Investigation?

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Conducting Trauma-Informed Investigations for Sexual Misconduct Cases

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Title IX: Key Considerations for Working with Pregnant and Parenting Students

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Facilitating Culturally Inclusive Meetings

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Engage All Employees in Compliance and Ethics by Making It Interactive and Accessible

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FERPA Lessons and Quizzes

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Developing a Self-Harm Compliance Protocol

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Building Resilience with Your Team During Uncertain Times

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Developing a Risk Management Mindset as a Front-Line Student Services Professional

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Managing a Remote Team: How to Motivate, Maintain Morale, and Ensure Accountability

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Your Account Manager is your strategic partner dedicated to both maximizing membership adoption and ensuring its impact. We are invested in the success of your team and we customize our approach to your professional growth and development.

We understand that access to membership does not equal adoption, and adoption does not necessarily result in impact. Your Account Manager will collaborate with your team to ensure they engage with resources in a strategic manner, which will ultimately result in a lasting impact on their growth.

Access: At the start of the partnership, your Account Manager will work with you to plan launching membership resources to all assigned users. They will collaborate with you on a communication plan, conduct virtual open houses with your users, and ensure those with membership access have the resources they need to succeed.

Adoption: Throughout the course of your membership, your Account Manager will monitor usage and help identify professional development opportunities that will engage your team.

Impact: With the help of stakeholders, your Account Manager will deploy one or more impact surveys over the course of the membership term to help you understand what impact professional development has had on individuals. We measure satisfaction and gain an understanding of what your users have learned by engaging with Academic Impressions professional development opportunities.


Access to a continuously expanding library of live online trainings, designed to be practical, discussion-based, and highly experiential

Unlimited anytime, anywhere access to on-demand trainings and resources that you can engage with on your own time from the convenience of your workspace

New trainings every week, designed to respond to the latest needs of the higher ed community

$250 discount on multi-week cohort-based bootcamps and in-person conferences

Get These Trainings and More With Membership

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Rabia Khan Harvey, Academic Impressions

Rabia Khan Harvey
Senior Program Manager, Academic Impressions