Whether through an online training or a dynamic workshop, EOC offers many programs to help make Carolina an equitable and welcoming place for all.
|Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Training||Disability||Live training for employees, supervisors, and HR professionals that increases awareness of the University’s Reasonable Accommodations in Employment Policy and familiarizes participants with their responsibilities and available resources. Provides an overview of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) and ADA Amendments Act of 2008.||Register >>
After logging in to Connect Carolina, select the SelfService tab, then Training Enrollment, and then search by this title.
|BEST Training||Employment Equity||Required live training for employee supervisors that covers a number of topics pertaining to their role as a supervisor at the University. EOC presents a section of the training that provides information about maintaining a welcoming and equitable work environment, as well as equal opportunity laws.||Contact your HR officer to register.|
|Custom Training||All Protected Statuses||EOC staff can create custom trainings to address issues related to any protected status and related forms of misconduct, including sexual assault, interpersonal (relationship) violence, and stalking. If you are an office, department, organization, residence hall, or unit, contact EOC for more information at least two weeks in advance of your proposed training date.||Request a Training>>|
|Delta Advocates||Sexual Assault and Interpersonal (Relationship) Violence||Through peer education, campus outreach, and support, the Delta Advocate program unifies the Panhellenic community in preventing sexual and interpersonal violence. Delta Advocates are approachable and trustworthy sisters who can provide an educated and empathetic response to other sisters, as well as serve as a connection to campus and community resources by referring sisters to reporting and support services. Delta Advocates also collaborate with campus and community partners to ensure that Panhellenic chapters are involved in bringing awareness of interpersonal violence prevention to the wider campus.||Get Involved>>|
|Equal Employment Opportunity and Diversity Fundamentals Training||Employment Equity||This training is offered by the Office of State Human Resources and is required by law for managerial and supervisory employees. Participants learn about federal and state equal employment opportunity and affirmative action laws in the context of daily work situations.||Learn More>>|
|Empowering Carolina||Disabilities||This annual program raises awareness of resources, services, policies, and programs on campus for employees and students with disabilities. The program, which is for members of the campus and local community, will include disability awareness initiatives and programs throughout the year.||Learn More>>|
|HAVEN||Sexual Assault and Interpersonal (Relationship) Violence||The HAVEN training provides students, faculty, and staff with tools to support someone who has experienced sexual or interpersonal violence or stalking. The three-hour live training emphasizes the importance of listening, responding compassionately, and connecting those affected by violence to resources on campus and in the community.||Register >>|
|Heels United for a Safe Carolina||All Protected Statuses||The Heels United for a Safe Carolina campaign raises awareness of the importance of respect, inclusion, and a shared commitment among our campus community to look out for the well-being of fellow Tar Heels. The campaign uses materials, social media, and the Heels United Project, an ongoing visual installation about creating a safe campus, to share information about resources and prevention.||Learn More and Get Involved >>|
|Policy 101||All Protected Statuses||This live training provides information about the University’s Policy on Prohibited Discrimination, Harassment and Related Misconduct. Participants learn about the types of conduct that are prohibited at UNC-Chapel Hill, how to report an incident, and what happens when a report is made to EOC. The training can be tailored to address student, employee, or both student and employee procedures.||Request a Training>>|
|Religious Accommodations in the Workplace||Religion||This live training for employees provides information about the University’s Policy on Prohibited Discrimination, Harassment and Related Misconduct and the University’s commitment to providing reasonable accommodations for employees and students to enable them to exercise sincerely-held religious beliefs or practices. The training informs participants of the process for requesting religious accommodations from EOC and the University’s class attendance policy for students.||Request a Training>>|
|Responsible Employee/Campus Security Authority (CSA)||All Protected Statuses||This 35-minute webinar provides information about the reporting requirements for employees designated as Responsible Employees and CSAs, what happens after a report is made, tips for letting people know about your reporting responsibilities, and information about resources available to help those affected by incidents. EOC and the Department of Public Safety (DPS) will notify employees if they have reporting responsibilities and will inform them of the requirement to complete this webinar. Responsible Employees and CSAs are required to complete the training every year. The training is available on Sakai by using your ONYEN and password or through periodic live training sessions.||Take the Webinar >> (Once you login to Sakai from this link, look for a tab across the top called either “CSA and Responsible Employee Training” or “Responsible Employee Training” depending on which module your email indicates you need to complete. Click on the tab and you will be provided with a link to access the webinar.)|
|Search Committees||Employment Equity||Conducting a Fair and Diverse Search – This online training provides guidance for faculty and staff hiring committees. The updated training, which should take no more than 60 minutes to complete, focuses on recruiting, hiring, and retaining an excellent and diverse workforce. Live trainings can also be scheduled. All hiring supervisors, search committee chairs and members for EHRA recruitments must complete the training before beginning the search process. The module is also available for SHRA recruitments.||Take the training>>
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|Tar Heel Tribute||Veterans||Tar Heel Tribute is an annual program that celebrates faculty, students, and staff who have served in the United States Armed Forces. The event provides an opportunity to thank veterans within our campus community for their dedication and service and to share information about resources available to them within the campus community.||Learn More>>|
|Title IX Awareness and Violence Prevention||Sex Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, Sexual Assault, Stalking, and (Interpersonal) Relationship Violence||This 60-minute mandatory online training course discusses the laws governing discrimination and violence, helps you identify these issues on campus, and provides the resources and reporting options available to you if you or someone you know experiences discrimination or violence. Individuals receive notification of and access to the training by email. All faculty and staff, including part-time and temporary employees are required to complete the course every other year. All students, including part-time and distance learning students are required to complete the course every year. Student employees are required to take only the employee version of the training and they are required to complete the course every year. Live trainings are available periodically throughout the year.||Ask Questions About the Training >>Access Your Individual Training Through an Online Portal (best viewed in Mozilla Firefox)>>
Our Title IX training is being suspended until fall 2018 as we transition to a new vendor.
|Veterans Program||Veterans||The Veterans Program is designed to help the University recruit, hire, and retain veterans from the United States Armed Forces through events, attendance at job fairs, and resources. The program is currently in development and is led by EOC, the Office of Human Resources, and Diversity and Multicultural Affairs.||More Information Coming Soon|
Check out some of the other great programs our campus partners have in place:
- AlcoholEDU >>
- An online module provided by Student Wellness that includes information about alcohol and its associated risks.
- Diversity and Multicultural Affairs – Education, Programs, and Initiatives >>
- Trainings, programs, and initiatives that are designed to advance diversity on campus and in the community.
- Green Zone >>
- An in-person training offered by the Office of the Dean of Students for faculty and staff who wish to learn more about the military affiliated student experience.
- Haven online module >>
- An online module provided by Student Wellness that introduces students to the dynamics of sexual assault and how to prevent it from happening to their peers through bystander intervention.
- Office of Human Resources – Trainings >>
- Courses that are designed to develop and enhance essential workplace skills and increase job effectiveness.
- One Act >>
- A bystander intervention skills training offered by Student Wellness for Carolina students who are interested in preventing violence.
- Raise the Bar >>
- Program that is offered by Student Wellness that includes outreach to local bars on drug facilitated assault and bystander intervention training for bar staff.
- Safe Zone >>
- An in-person training offered by the LGBTQ Center that seeks to build a network of community and campus staff, faculty,and students to support people of all sexual orientations, gender identities, and gender expressions on campus.