Trainings & Learning opportunities

Training

“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” – Benjamin Franklin

We want to assist you in gaining more professional and transferable skills. A.S. will provide various training throughout the year. Enjoy those opportunities and feel free to make any suggestions on training you would like to have.

  • Compliance training
  1. Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment Prevention
  2. Ethical Values and Standards of Conduct
  3. Cyber Security
  4. Annual Notification of UC Santa Barbara Substance Abuse Policy and Implementing Guidelines

To complete those, go to UC Learning Center . The goal of compliance training is to assist in the University’s endeavors to fulfill its responsibilities to the people of California and to its students, faculty, and staff in a civil and ethics-based environment that is compliant with applicable laws, rules, and regulations.

 

  • Required Training
  1. Online Training for Clery Campus Security Authorities (CSAs). There is a required training for Campus Security Authorities (CSAs) because you are designated as a CSA due to your role at the university. UC Santa Barbara is required by the federal Clery Act to compile and publish crime statistics and issue campus alerts for crimes that pose a serious or continuing threat to the campus community. As a CSA you are required to report all Clery-reportable crimes disclosed to you. To remind you, we are required to track all reports of Clery crimes, not confirmed crimes. This includes crimes disclosed to you, even if you are working remotely if the crime occurred on CleryGeography. As part of the University’s efforts to provide designated CSAs with annual training regarding reporting responsibilities, you will soon receive an email from the UC Learning Center stating you have been assigned Clery Act Training for CSAs. This required online training course was developed by UCOP and mirrors the UCOP Clery Act policy for all UC campuses. The training provides CSAs with information on how to report a crime, how UC security policies work, and how to communicate essential information on campus in accordance with the federal Clery Act requirements. The course will take approximately 45 minutes to complete. The information on how to access the training will be provided in the email you receive from the UC Learning Center. After completing the course, please refer to https://www.police.ucsb.edu/clery-act for campus-specific information about the Clery Act. Please remember that CSA reports should be made as soon as possible so that we can make a timely assessment of the potential threat to the campus community. You can find the CSA report form here: www.police.ucsb.edu/csareport Thank you for your cooperation with this important campus responsibility.

 

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  • A.S. Website: Training