Compliance Training for CSU Employees

The CSU requires that employees take certain courses to comply with state and university requirements that are driven by federal law, state law or CSU policy.

The table below provides details on the required trainings that are managed by Cal Poly’s Office of Equal Opportunity.

To access a course, navigate to the “Assigned Learning” tab in the Cal Poly Learning Hub. Or, click on the course listed in the table below.

To check the last time you completed a training and/or print a certificate of completion, access your learning transcript.

Course Title and Length Audience Frequency Related Executive Orders and Policies / Helpful Links

Avoiding Conflicts of Interest

 

25 minutes

COI designated employees

 

Principal Investigators

Within first 6 months

 

Every 2 years thereafter

TL-PA 2023-01

COI Handbook

COI Policies and Programs

How to complete Form 700

General Counsel Attorney Campus Assignments

General Counsel Specialty SME Assignments

FPPC

FPPC Hotline: 866-ASK-FPPC

CSU's Discrimination and Harassment Prevention Program for Supervisors

 

2 hours

Faculty

 

MPP

 

Coaches

 

Any position with “Lead” or “Supervisor” in title

 

Anyone who is a Reports To

 

Anyone who supervises student employees

 

All other dept requests

2 hours of training within first 6 months

 

2 hours every 2 years thereafter

CSU Nondiscrimination Policy

Equal Pay Act 1963

Title VII of the Civil Rights Act 1964

Age Discrimination in Employment Act 1967

Title IX Education Amendments 1972

Section 504, Rehabilitation Act 1973

Titles I and V of Americans with Disabilities Act 1990

Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA)

Clery Act

Genetic Information Non-Discrimination Act

CA Govt Code Section 12940, Unlawful Practices

SB 778​

SB 1300

SB 188

CSU's Discrimination and Harassment Prevention Program for Non-Supervisors

 

1 hour

All employees not in supervisor audience

1 hour of training within first 6 months

 

1 hour every 2 years thereafter

CSU Nondiscrimination Policy

Title IX Education Amendments 1972

CA Govt Code Section 12940, Unlawful Practices

SB 778​

SB 1300​

SB 188

Gender Equity and Title IX

 

45 minutes

All employees

Within first 6 months

 

Annually thereafter

CSU Nondiscrimination Policy

Title IX Education Amendments 1972

Mandated Reporters of Child Abuse 
 

45 minutes

Employees designated to accept complaints​ of unlawful discrimination

Employees or volunteers whose duties require direct contact with and supervision of minors in the performance of the minors' duties in the workplace

 

Additionally, administrators, employees, and regular volunteers whose duties require direct contact with, or supervision of, children

One time for required position categories (see EO 1083) and strongly encouraged for all others

EO 1083 - 12/24/21

AB 1963 (2019-2020)​

AB 506 (2021-2022)​

Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting – Mandated Reporter definition

Suspected Child Abuse Report and instructions

Child Welfare Information Gateway

Child Welfare Services CPS Emergency Response

Hotlines

CA State Sheriffs' Association Offices​


Clery Activities for Campus Security Authorities

 

15 minutes

Campus Security Authorities (CSAs)

Annually

EO 1107​
Campus Safety and Clery Act Compliance Reporting
Clery Annual Security Reports
University Police Depts​

The Clery Center​

US Dept of Ed Campus Security​

Campus Safety and Security data analysis tools

Employment Equity Facilitator (EEF)

 

45 minutes

Any employee who wishes to serve as an EEF

Every two years

Civil Rights & Compliance Office EEF Page

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