Sexual Harassment Prevention Training

The Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) requires all faculty and staff to complete training that addresses sexual harassment and sexual misconduct. The training, as stated in the NSHE Board Handbook, must be completed within 6 months after an employee is initially appointed to an affiliated institution. In addition, and at least once every two years after the appointment, an employee shall receive training concerning the prevention of sexual harassment.

In October 2015, UNLV launched an interactive and engaging one-stop-shop online training by award-winning LawRoom focused on sexual harassment prevention, unlawful harassment prevention, and discrimination in the workplace training for faculty, and staff. The online training, for both supervisors and non-supervisors, is compliant with complex federal laws, including Campus SaVE Act, VAWA, Clery Act, and Title IX.

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The LawRoom – Intersections training for faculty and staff is designed to raise awareness about workplace harassment and discrimination, and reduce or prevent incidents of misconduct. This suite of online training for both supervisors and non-supervisors are compliant with complex federal laws, including Campus SaVE Act, VAWA, Clery Act, and Title IX.

Mandated Courses

For Supervisors

Anti-harassment, Discrimination, Retaliation: This course trains supervisors to identify, avoid, and eliminate workplace harassment. It also provides broader protection for your company, covering other forms of discrimination besides sexual harassment, and it covers retaliation. Providing an overview of the laws prohibiting harassment and other forms of discrimination, this course also helps supervisors recognize a potential “hostile work environment” and stops inappropriate behavior before trouble arises. Additionally, the course covers how to avoid being a victim of harassment or being wrongly accused of harassment.

Audience: Supervisors / Length: 120 minutes

For Non-Supervisors

Prevent Harassment & Discrimination: This course is designed to raise awareness about workplace harassment and discrimination, and reduce or prevent incidents of misconduct. Besides introducing employees to the equal employment opportunity (EEO) laws, the course also helps employees identify the difference between legal discrimination and an illegal “hostile environment”, promotes appropriate behavior, and reduces the potential for harassment claims.

Audience: Non-supervisor / Length: 60 minutes

Features

  • The online course is always available.
  • The online course is interactive.
  • You may use any Internet-connected computer.
  • You may stop and re-start at your convenience.
  • Your training record is maintained in LawRoom's database.

Registration Information

If you are a new UNLV employee and have not received your LawRoom course login, please follow the link below to register for the LawRoom online training.

Registration Request

If you are not a new UNLV employee but would like to have your login information and instructions resent, please follow the link below.

Request Login Information

Note

Enrollment in this course is by invitation emailed from LawRoom. This email is not spam; please do not delete it as it contains:

  • Your ID and a Password you will use only for your LawRoom training.
  • Instructions on how to register for the course on the LawRoom website.

In the From Field, you will see:

The Subject will be:

  • Mandatory UNLV Title IX Harassment Training: Registration Information