Nuts & Bolts of Investigating Title IX Complaints

When: July 20–21, 2021 | 9:00am – 12:00noon PST

Faculty: Liz Paris, Keith Rohman, Nora Rohman, Cathleen Watkins

Program Cost: $650
Discounted Rate: $600 (for prior attendees of T9 Mastered)

As campus life returns, schools may see an uptick in sexual misconduct complaints from students, faculty and staff.  T9 Mastered’s new Nuts & Bolts course will help Title IX professionals quickly gear up for the post-Covid campus and respond to complaints that will fall under the new Department of Education regulations.

Our remote program, built around a realistic case study, focuses on investigating allegations that are likely to go before a hearing officer or adjudication panel for resolution. Topics include:

  • Drawing up an investigative plan that takes campus policies and procedures into account
  • Employing trauma-awareness approaches that will both enhance fact-gathering and reduce stress for interviewees
  • A close-up look at consent, incapacitation and other factors at the core of many Title IX complaints
  • Recognizing and managing biases that can impact investigators and the direction of the case

This program is designed for both new investigators and those who want to refresh their skills.

T9 Faculty Presenting
Past webinars are are available for rent on our website.

Browse our video library to access the video and training materials just like you had attended.

Nuts & Bolts of Investigating Title IX Complaints

When: July 20–21, 2021 | 9:00am – 12:00noon PST

Faculty: Liz Paris, Keith Rohman, Nora Rohman, Cathleen Watkins

Program Cost: $650
Discounted Rate: $600 (for prior attendees of T9 Mastered)

As campus life returns, schools may see an uptick in sexual misconduct complaints from students, faculty and staff.  T9 Mastered’s new Nuts & Bolts course will help Title IX professionals quickly gear up for the post-Covid campus and respond to complaints that will fall under the new Department of Education regulations.

Our remote program, built around a realistic case study, focuses on investigating allegations that are likely to go before a hearing officer or adjudication panel for resolution. Topics include:

  • Drawing up an investigative plan that takes campus policies and procedures into account
  • Employing trauma-awareness approaches that will both enhance fact-gathering and reduce stress for interviewees
  • A close-up look at consent, incapacitation and other factors at the core of many Title IX complaints
  • Recognizing and managing biases that can impact investigators and the direction of the case

This program is designed for both new investigators and those who want to refresh their skills.

T9 Faculty Presenting
Past webinars are are available for rent on our website.

Browse our video library to access the video and training materials just like you had attended.
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