Mar. 31, 2019 Quarterly Harassment Prevention (HP) Deadline is Approaching

Thursday, February 28, 2019

Mar. 31, 2019 Quarterly Harassment Prevention (HP) Deadline is Approaching

Online harassment prevention (HP) education course completions through Wed., Feb. 27, 2019  have been registered within the CQ/My Training system. There are currently 1,314 individuals campus-wide who are due to complete an approved HP course before the quarterly deadline of March 31, 2019.

To reach full compliance by the deadline, please run the CQ report, Harassment Prevention Compliance Individual Deadlines within the Quarter, for your unit and strongly encourage identified employees to complete an approved course ASAP and no later than Friday, March 29, 2019. 

Given the upcoming spring break, we recommend you send extra reminders to the faculty and teaching assistants on your compliance report so they may get a head start on completing their required compliance before the end of the month.

The online courses are delivered through the university’s learning management system (ICON). Therefore, the CQ / My Training systems will process and show completions within 24 hours of ICON course completion. 

Approved courses:

Employees may select one of the following online or instructor-led courses:

Online Courses:

a.    Harassment Prevention and Response- for Non-Academic Administrative Officers / Non-Supervisors 

OR

b.    Harassment Prevention and Response- for Academic Administrative Officers / Supervisors

 

Recommended browsers for the online courses include: Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox. Please note Internet Explorer is NOT recommended with this online course.

 

Instructor-led Course:

a.    Overview of Harassment Prevention (Course #527). This course is available to all employees regardless of their status as an academic/administrative officer or supervisor. Sessions under course #527 are held on the east side of campus.

 

**   Space is still available at these sessions scheduled on Feb. 28, Mar. 5, Mar. 14, and Mar. 28, 2019. Enrollment is available through Employee Self Service (My Training) or the Compliance & Qualifications website.

b.    For UI Health Care employees- Instructor-led sessions (Overview of Harassment Prevention (Course #OVRHAR) are available on the UI Health Care campus. Employees should visit MyTraining (directions below) to register. Due to the space capacity of each room, employees are asked to register in advanced and not just show up. Employees may be turned away if they are not on the registration list. Employees are strongly encouraged to arrive early or on time. If they arrive late, they may be turned away due to the compliance requirements.

 

1.  Using your HawkID and password, login to Employee Self Service.

2.  Select the Personal tab and choose My Training under the Learning and Development section.

3.  Select the Enroll in Courses link near the top left of the page.  

4.  Type OVRHAR - in the search box, view location and time by clicking View Details to the right of the course title.

5.  Click Enroll in Session to complete your enrollment.

 

Enrollment in either the online or instructor-led course is also available from the Compliance & Qualifications website. Additional instructions are available on EOD’s harassment prevention website.

HR unit representatives may verify whether an employee’s online course completion has been uploaded and refreshed in CQ by running one of the following reports:

a.    Harassment Prevention Compliance Due this Quarter (in CQ)

OR

b.    Training Activity by Employee (In Self Service, HR Reports, Training Reports).

 

HP Extension Requests

Please have your senior HR representative or associate dean for faculty email any HP extension requests to EOD no later than Wed., Mar. 20, 2019. HP extension requests may be considered for employees on an extended leave (e.g., extended military, FMLA, or unpaid leave).

 

Please contact EOD via email with any questions/concerns (diversity@uiowa.edu).  Thank you as always for your continued support and assistance.

 

Best,

-Jennifer