Please follow all steps below to document your completion of the appropriate CITI modules.
If you've already registered as a W&M affiliate with CITI, go to the CITI Training modules and click "Log In" button at top right.
If you have never registered with CITI, go to the CITI Training modules and select "Register" button at top right. If you have a W&M email address, use that to create your account. If you don't have a W&M email address, you can enter another email address (even in the required box designated "Institutional Email Address").
If needed, you can click on the links at the bottom of the page for the "getting started guide" or the "getting started video". (W&M does not use Single Sign On Credentials.)
When you've logged in and you're in your account, click the button "View Courses". Fish training is available in the course queue.
Scroll to the bottom of the page and choose "Add a course" [found under the heading "Learner Tools for William & Mary]. You'll have to answer the questions on the next web page, but you can select "Not at this time" or "No" for the questions that aren't relevant. For Question 4.3, all W&M PIs, faculty, staff, students, and IACUC members involved in the care and/or use of any vertebrate animals in the laboratory or the field must select the "Working with the IACUC Course". You can also select additional modules such as "I work with Mice", "I work with Frogs, Toads or other Amphibians," "Working with Fish in Research Settings" and/or "I work with Zebrafish: Danio rerio", as appropriate. Then, click the "Submit" button at the bottom of the page.
When you've completed the course, save the "Completion Report" as a pdf and email a copy to your research or internship supervisor. Each PI should file all of the completion reports for personnel who are working under the PI's IACUC protocols.