Fridays in September (11, 18, 25, 2020)
11:00am-3:00pm ET All Days
Training is necessary to help decision-makers recognize and overcome bias, to understand the scope of their role, to apply policy with analytical precision, and to be sure that their determination is reliably based on the evidence. This certification is perfect for hearing chairs, panelists, single decision-makers, administrative hearing facilitators, and party advisors, as well as appeal decision-makers. Training is required by VAWA Section 304 and the 2020 Title IX regulations. This two-day ATIXA course satisfies the training requirements of both laws.
All over the country, more than 625 lawsuits have attacked the decisions of college panels in sexual misconduct allegations. This training is designed to shore up hearing process skills so that your decisions are sound, supportable, and much harder to challenge in court. Plus, we’ll explore many of the new regulatory requirements to ensure your formal hearing process is compliant.