Compliance Training Directory

The Office of Compliance & Equity administers a number of training programs for William & Mary staff, students, and faculty. If you have questions about your training obligations, please contact Margaret Morrison at 757-221-3146 or [[mjmorrison]].

Conflict of Interest Act Training

Employees who file annual Statements of Economic Interest are also required to complete Conflict of Interest Act training every two years. Training is provided by the Virginia Conflict of Interest and Ethics Advisory Council at http://ethics.dls.virginia.gov/. Additional information about Conflicts of Interest and the training module are available

Sexual Misconduct Policy and Resource Training

William & Mary subscribes to a suite of training programs (supplied by EverFi, Inc) to offer education on important issues facing the William & Mary community, including sexual harassment, sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking. These programs are designed to help ensure that our students and employees have a safe, harassment-free campus. Specific, focused training modules are offered depending on your role at William & Mary.

William & Mary / VIMS Employees

New William & Mary/VIMS faculty and staff complete the Haven for Faculty & Staff module when beginning employment; all faculty and staff re-train on the content every two years. An illustrated course access guide is available (pdf).

The module presents information through audio/video, written text, and short interactive exercises. It covers relevant laws, institutional policies/procedures, and on- and off-campus resources. Scenarios presented involve various types of gender-based violence, including sexual harassment, stalking, intimate partner violence, and sexual assault. If you have any concerns about encountering the course content in this format, please contact Margaret Morrison, [[mjmorrison]] or 757-221-3146. If you would like further detail about the content prior to beginning the training, please review the course content outline.

Incoming Freshmen and Undergraduate Transfer Students
New undergraduate students complete the Haven: Understanding Sexual Assault module prior to matriculating at W&M. The program is administered by the Office of Health Promotion.
Graduate Students: Arts & Sciences

In recognition of their role in instructing and mentoring undergraduates, Arts & Sciences graduate students are required to the complete the Haven for Faculty & Staff module. An illustrated course access guide is available (pdf).

The module presents information through audio/video, written text, and short interactive exercises. It covers relevant laws, institutional policies/procedures, and on- and off-campus resources. Scenarios presented involve various types of gender-based violence, including sexual harassment, stalking, intimate partner violence, and sexual assault. If you have any concerns about encountering the course content in this format, please contact Margaret Morrison, [[mjmorrison]] or 757-221-3146. If you would like further detail about the content prior to beginning the training, please review the course content outline.

School of Business, School of Education, Law School

Students in the schools of Business, Education, and Law will complete the Sexual Misconduct Prevention for Graduate Students module. An illustrated course access guide is available (pdf).

The module presents information through audio/video, written text, and short interactive exercises. It covers relevant laws, institutional policies/procedures, and on- and off-campus resources. Scenarios presented involve various types of gender-based violence, including sexual harassment, stalking, intimate partner violence, and sexual assault. If you have any concerns about encountering the course content in this format, please contact Margaret Morrison, [[mjmorrison]] or 757-221-3146. If you would like further detail about the content prior to beginning the training, please review the course content outline.

Graduate Students: Virginia Institute of Marine Science

Graduate students at VIMS will complete the Sexual Misconduct Prevention for Graduate Students module. An illustrated course access guide is available (pdf).

The module presents information through audio/video, written text, and short interactive exercises. It covers relevant laws, institutional policies/procedures, and on- and off-campus resources. Scenarios presented involve various types of gender-based violence, including sexual harassment, stalking, intimate partner violence, and sexual assault. If you have any concerns about encountering the course content in this format, please contact Margaret Morrison, [[mjmorrison]] or 757-221-3146. If you would like further detail about the content prior to beginning the training, please review the course content outline.

Compliance Curriculum

Beginning Fall 2017, new employees will be assigned a Compliance Curriculum through the Cornerstone Learning Management system. Supervisors of new new employees may view the curriculum content here; employees must access the curriculum through Cornerstone in order to receive credit for completing the curriculum. Access instructions are available.

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