Annual Compliance Training

Compliance training is the process of ensuring employees understand all the relevant laws, regulations, and internal policies that govern the function of our institution. It also ensures that employees know how – and why – they need to adhere to the laws, regulations, and internal policies in their work. Compliance enables our institution to operate safely and efficiently with the policies the institution has set forth to meet its vision and mission.

Our annual and new hire compliance training modules are managed in a web-base software by Vector Solutions: Vector LMS, Higher Education Edition (who acquired Safe Colleges). In addition to our annual compliance training, Vector has many other useful videos that are available to all employees in the Extra Training section.

Employee Training

All employees engage in annual training which consists of:

  • KnowBe4 Security Awareness Training
  • Bloodborne Pathogen Exposure
  • Clery Act Overview
  • Discrimination Awareness in the Workplace
  • FERPA: Confidentiality of Records
  • GLBA: Information Security Awareness Training
  • Osteopathic Medicine Training (for this year’s annual training only)
  • Title IX and Sexual Harassment

Safe Colleges Course Descriptions

KnowBe4 Security Awareness Training

Cybercrime happens way more often than you realize, and you are a target! This fully interactive course is based on two modules: Social Engineering Red Flags and Your Role: Internet Security and You. Discover the most common threats you and your organization.

Bloodborne Pathogen Exposure Prevention

Working in any environment with a high concentration of people can increase the risk of exposure to germs and infectious agents on a daily basis. Specifically, bodily fluids can put you in danger of infection. Bloodborne pathogens are infectious microorganisms in human blood that can cause disease. This course is designed to provide an overview of the dangers posed by bloodborne pathogens and steps you can take to protect yourself and others from exposure. Topics covered include exposure risk, OSHA guidelines, universal precautions, personal protective equipment, and safe cleanup and disposal practices.

Clery Act Overview

This course provides college and university staff with an overview of the Clery Act. This course is designed to provide historical information about this federal legislation and educate college staff about the legal requirements mandated by the Clery Act. This course will cover the importance of the Clery Act, different categories of required reporting, the elements of the Annual Security Report, and timely warning and emergency notifications. The content in this course was designed with care and sensitivity; however, some may find certain topics personally upsetting, especially for survivors of sexual abuse or assault. If you feel the need to talk with someone, please contact your Human Resources Administrator or a related resource in your community.

Discrimination Awareness in the Workplace

This course is designed to instill staff with a basic awareness and understanding of discrimination, which can help you avoid discriminatory behaviors as well as build a culture that reflects acceptance and respect for all. This course covers the definition of discrimination and harassment, how to avoid discrimination and harassment, and doing your part to promote a discrimination-free environment.

FERPA: Confidentiality of Records

This course addresses training needs relating to student education records. This course covers important legal terms related to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), the general responsibilities of staff members under FERPA, FERPA’s rules regarding confidentiality and disclosure, and the rights of students to access and inspect their own education records kept by the school.

GLBA: Information Security Awareness Training

In this module, employees will learn about nonpublic personal information (NPI) and the requirements of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act. In addition, discussion points include common threats that jeopardize the security of NPI and ways to help prevent unauthorized access.

Osteopathic Medicine Training

This content was created by our administration and is important for you to complete as assigned. It contains information regarding the history of osteopathic medicine and its tenets.

Title IX and Sexual Misconduct

This course provides information about Title IX and sexual misconduct in colleges. While this course serves as an overview on the topic, it is important to follow federal and state laws and your educational institution’s policies and procedures. This course covers the definition of sexual misconduct, Title IX regulations, your obligations under Title IX, and effective policies.

Employee Training

All new hires complete the following in the Safe College compliance training software:

  • KnowBe4 Security Awareness Training
  • Bloodborne Pathogen Exposure
  • Clery Act Overview
  • COVID-19 Safe Practices at Burrell (created by the College)
  • Discrimination Awareness in the Workplace
  • Diversity Awareness: Staff to Staff
  • Drug Free Workplace
  • FERPA: Confidentiality of Records
  • GLBA: Information Security Awareness Training
  • Hazard Communication: Right to Know
  • Osteopathic Medicine Training (created by the College)
  • Title IX and Sexual Harassment

Safe Colleges Course Descriptions

KnowBe4 Security Awareness Training

Cybercrime happens way more often than you realize, and you are a target! This fully interactive course is based on two modules: Social Engineering Red Flags and Your Role: Internet Security and You. Discover the most common threats you and your organization.

Bloodborne Pathogen Exposure Prevention

Working in any environment with a high concentration of people can increase the risk of exposure to germs and infectious agents on a daily basis. Specifically, bodily fluids can put you in danger of infection. Bloodborne pathogens are infectious microorganisms in human blood that can cause disease. This course is designed to provide an overview of the dangers posed by bloodborne pathogens and steps you can take to protect yourself and others from exposure. Topics covered include exposure risk, OSHA guidelines, universal precautions, personal protective equipment, and safe cleanup and disposal practices.

Clery Act Overview

This course provides college and university staff with an overview of the Clery Act. This course is designed to provide historical information about this federal legislation and educate college staff about the legal requirements mandated by the Clery Act. This course will cover the importance of the Clery Act, different categories of required reporting, the elements of the Annual Security Report, and timely warning and emergency notifications. The content in this course was designed with care and sensitivity; however, some may find certain topics personally upsetting, especially for survivors of sexual abuse or assault. If you feel the need to talk with someone, please contact your Human Resources Administrator or a related resource in your community.

COVID-19 Safe Practices at Burrell

This custom course is designed to provide Burrell employees with policy and procedure related to COVID-19.  This training includes what employee do upon arrival at our buildings, facility updates, personal protective equipment, quarantine requirements, Office of Compliance, contact tracing, campus exposure protocol and College COVID-19 data.

Discrimination Awareness in the Workplace

This course is designed to instill staff with a basic awareness and understanding of discrimination, which can help you avoid discriminatory behaviors as well as build a culture that reflects acceptance and respect for all. This course covers the definition of discrimination and harassment, how to avoid discrimination and harassment, and doing your part to promote a discrimination-free environment.

Diversity Awareness: Staff-to-Staff

The goal of this course is to provide staff with an awareness of how a diverse workforce strengthens an organization. The course examines behaviors, both unintentional and intentional, that can discriminate or contribute to a hostile work environment. It also discusses ways to respond or even intervene in discriminatory acts that are in concert with your organization’s policies and showcase positive reinforcing behaviors that show respect and appreciation for staff who are different than you.

Drug Free Workplace

The goal of this course is to provide employees with an understanding of drug and alcohol abuse in the workplace. This course will review the Drug Free Workplace Act, recognizing the signs of substance abuse and addiction, and knowing your role in fighting substance abuse on the job.

FERPA: Confidentiality of Records

This course addresses training needs relating to student education records. This course covers important legal terms related to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), the general responsibilities of staff members under FERPA, FERPA’s rules regarding confidentiality and disclosure, and the rights of students to access and inspect their own education records kept by the school.

GLBA: Information Security Awareness Training

In this module, employees will learn about nonpublic personal information (NPI) and the requirements of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act. In addition, discussion points include common threats that jeopardize the security of NPI and ways to help prevent unauthorized access.

Hazard Communication: Right to Understand

The goal of this course is to provide an understanding of hazardous chemicals and their specific dangers, as well as actions you can take to protect yourself and others.

Osteopathic Medicine Training

This content was created by our administration and is important for you to complete as assigned. It contains information regarding the history of osteopathic medicine and its tenets.

Title IX and Sexual Misconduct

This course provides information about Title IX and sexual misconduct in colleges. While this course serves as an overview on the topic, it is important to follow federal and state laws and your educational institution’s policies and procedures. This course covers the definition of sexual misconduct, Title IX regulations, your obligations under Title IX, and effective policies.

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