Title IX Coordinator Training

From One Title IX Coordinator to Another: A Practical Approach to Navigating Beyond Compliance


Title IX compliance continues to shift at federal and local levels and the role of the Title IX Coordinator is constantly evolving. This comprehensive course provides those serving in this critical role with an up-to-date overview of legal requirements and practical strategies for developing and implementing a Title IX program that is legally compliant and best serves campus communities.
This two-part training provides an overview of the major responsibilities of a Title IX Coordinator: (1) Prevention and Education; (2) Response; and (3) Compliance.

Overview of Topics:

  • The Title IX timeline: An overview of the evolution of Title IX and other applicable laws and regulations;
  • The role of the Title IX Coordinator;
  • Building a foundation for a success through, collaborative partnerships, effective communications, and comprehensive policies and procedures;
  • Developing an all-encompassing plan for compliance;
  • Effective approaches and procedures for responding to reports;
  • Education and prevention strategies.

This virtual training will be held via live webinar spanning two days. Participants will be provided with a course packet that will assist in the effective and efficient performance of the responsibilities of a Title IX Coordinator.

This training is ideal for:

  • Title IX Coordinators
  • Deputy Title IX Coordinators
  • Student Conduct Administrators
  • Student Affairs Administrators
  • Senior/Executive Administrators
  • HR Professionals

Discount options*:

Two or More. Two or more attendees from the same institution receive 10% off registration.

Teams of Five and More. Contact us to receive a special discount.

Collective Member. You may receive 20% off each registration if you are a member of a Grand River Solutions collective. 

Contact Elizabeth Brady at ebrady@grandriversolutions.com to receive your discount code.

*Cannot combine discounts. 

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