ATIXA Expands Its Popular 20-Minutes-To…Trained Series
ATIXA launched this web-based sexual misconduct training series of thirteen topics in 2018. Since then, the series has seen 2000 downloads. Now, ATIXA has added fourteen additional topics for hearing administrators, panels, and appeals officers. Additionally, ATIXA has revised several previous modules to ensure compliance with proposed OCR Title IX regulations expected in fall 2019
BERWYN, Pa., June 14, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- You've come to rely on ATIXA for Title IX training and certification for coordinators and investigators, but what about the trainings that coordinators must provide to hearing panels, administrators, and appeals officers? Building on the success of our brief-topic format, ATIXA now offers 27 fully-updated modules within our web-based video training series to meet your training needs. 20-Minutes-to…Trained is designed to meet (and exceed!) all hearing-related training requirements for Title IX and VAWA Section 304.
Each 20-Minutes-to…Trained module averages 20 minutes in length, give or take. This gives you the ability to plan modular trainings based on the topics you want to prioritize, or to allow trainees to take all 27 topics over time, but in bite-size chunks of easily attained and retained information. Here are the topics and presenters:
Sirena L. Cantrell, Mississippi University for Women
Tom Johnson, Rider University
Each video features expert presenters in a free-flowing, conversational, informal format. Each video is web-accessible and closed-captioned. The videos feature integrated slide content and a study guide to accompany each topic. Each study guide includes:
A set of learning outcomes for the topic
Related ATIXA resources
Related case studies and answer keys
The study guide can be used by an individual user to facilitate their own learning about the topic, or can be used by a facilitator to guide a group training for an entire hearing panel. Discussion questions and case studies help cement the learning outcomes for the topic.
Once you buy a topic, it's yours to use, re-use, and assign to your hearing administrators, panels, and appeals officers as often as you need.