Federal Regulations Code 34 CFR Part 106.45(b)(10) requires all Title IX training materials to be posted publicly. This site facilitates the centralization of hundreds of materials developed by and owned by various entities used by Dallas College for both state and federal Title IX training.
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Training and Resources
All members of the Title IX team (Title IX Coordinators, Deputies, Investigators, Decision-makers, and Advisors) receive annual training on the following topics:
- The scope of Dallas College’s Sexual Misconduct policy
- The Sexual Misconduct Grievance process including hearings, appeals and informal resolution processes
- How to serve impartially, including by avoiding prejudgment of the facts at issue, conflicts of interest and bias
- The technology to be used at a live hearing
- Other issues of relevance
All materials used to train the members of the Title IX team (Title IX Coordinators, Deputies, Investigators, Decision-makers, and Advisors)
- Do not rely on sex stereotypes, and
- promote impartial investigations and adjudications of formal complaints of sexual harassment
Title IX Coordinator and Deputy Coordinator Training
In addition, Title IX Coordinators receive training on:
How to use the Title IX notice and communication templates
Title IX Investigator Training
In addition, Investigators receive training on:
Issues of relevance to create an investigation report that fairly summarizes the relevant evidence.
Title IX Advisor Training
In addition, Advisors receive training on:
The role of a Title IX advisor and how they can serve their advisees
Title IX Decision-Maker Training
In addition, Decision-Makers (Administrators) receive training on:
Issues of relevance of questions and evidence, including when questions and evidence about the complainant’s sexual predisposition or prior sexual behavior are not relevant
General Title IX Training