BCC Employee Training
Employees are required to complete Title IX training to understand their roles and
be able to support should the need arise. Employees with a duty to report, including
department chairs, coaches and club advisors, receive annual training. The Coordinator
and Deputy, along with the roles within the Title IX process, receive specific training
to their work within the process. Training areas include: How to report, connecting
to resources both on and off campus, procedure details and process steps.
Students are also supported with information on how to report and what steps will
be involved in the process. Information can be found in the Student Code of Conduct and Handbook and questions can be directed to our Dean of Students, Celia Norcross by email at
email@example.com or by calling 413-236-1601.
Title IX Trainings Attended by Title IX Coordinator, Title IX Deputy Coordinator and
Note: All training materials can be inspected upon request directed to the attention
of our Title IX Coordinator.
Department of Higher Education (DHE) Hosted Title IX Training
- Date: Oct. 24, 2023
- Audience: Title IX Coordinators and immediate staff
- Topic: In-depth report writing
- Presenter: Jenn Davis
- DHE hosted this special training: In-Depth Report Writing
- This was an all-day, in-person training focused on in-depth Title IX report writing
(and linking to interviews and hearing questions as we discussed the reports) in a
Sexual Misconduct Investigations (PDF)
Grand Rivers Solutions: Summary Session for Colleges and Universities, Vector LMS,
Higher Education Edition
- Date: Thursday, April 13, 2023, 10 a.m. Pacific/1 p.m. Eastern
- Target audience: The Title IX team and Administrators or all employees
- Topic(s): Live Special Summary Session on the New Title IX Athletics Proposed Rules
- The summary session shared an article by Andrea Stagg and Joseph Storch with some
analysis of the proposed rule
Summary Session Athletics Proposed Rules
Vector LMS, Higher Education Edition
Title IX Sexual Harassment Prevention for Employees (Full Course) — Mandatory session
for all faculty and staff. This course is not used as an advance training for Title
IX Coordinators, investigators, or other team members.
- Target Audience: All new faculty and staff
- All new faculty and staff are required to complete the training within 30 days of
the start date
- Topics: "Why people commit sexual harassment, primary prevention methods, federal
requirements, reporting obligations, trauma-informed response, and campus policies
- "Informed faculty and staff are vital to the effective response to and prevention
of sexual harassment on campus. This course is designed to provide essential knowledge
on Title IX regulations so faculty/staff can assist students or colleagues when they
reach out for help …" Visit Vector Solutions.
(Full Course) — Mandatory session for all faculty and staff Vector LMS, Higher Education
Training Material: Title IX and Sexual Harassment Prevention for Employees
Informed faculty and staff are vital to the effective response to and prevention of
sexual harassment on campus. This course is designed to provide essential knowledge
on Title IX regulations so you can assist students or colleagues when they reach out
for help and to give you background on recent laws to help guide your response.
Topics covered include:
- Why people commit sexual harassment;
- Primary prevention methods;
- Federal requirements;
- Reporting obligations;
- Trauma-informed response; and
- Campus policies and resources.
If you are interested in additional information or training options, please contact
your supervisor or the Title IX Coordinator.
Note: All of Vector Solutions' course materials are confidential and proprietary and
are not publicly available. Contact Vector Solutions or the Title IX Coordinator for additional information.
Association of Title IX Administrators (ATIXA)
- Target audience: Title IX Coordinator, Deputy and Advisors
- Topic: Roles and Responsibilities
- July – December 2021 Coordinator One Course Material
- Overview of Title IX Coordinator Responsibilities
- History and Overview of Title IX
- Extensive Review of Title IX Legal Standards
- OCR and Title IX
- Major OCR Guidance
- Roles and Responsibilities
- July – December 2021 Advisor Course Material
- Right to Advisor and Advisor Roles in Title IX Proceedings
- Know the Process
- The Advisor's Role Pre-Hearing
- The Advisor's Role at the Hearing
- The Advisor's Role Post-Hearing
- Title IX Team Expectations
- When Things Don't Go According to Plan
Roles and Responsibilities
July – December 2021 Coordinator One Course Material (PDF)
July – December 2021 Hearing Advisor Course Material (PDF)
Note from ATIXA: The materials posted to this site from ATIXA are proprietary and are copyrighted.
Those copyrights are registered with the Library of Congress. The legal penalties
for copyright infringement range from $200 to $150,000 for each work infringed, and
the infringer pays for all attorneys' fees and court costs.
Your right is a right of inspection and review of the materials on this site, only.
No other right is granted beyond viewing. You are not authorized to copy, use, adapt,
save, repost, share publicly, or alter any contents from this site. You are not permitted
to use the materials on this site for training, or for any commercial purpose. Any
such use will result in damages equivalent to the full-per-head registration costs
to the applicable ATIXA training, plus damages for reputational harm to ATIXA, in
addition to any copyright infringement fines and/or penalties.
Proceeding to use and access the content on this page demonstrates your acceptance
and understanding of these terms and conditions. To contact ATIXA with questions about
any of the contents of this site, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Introduction to Fair, Thorough, and Trauma-informed Sexual Violence Investigations
Facilitator: Subject Matter Expert, Chantelle Cleary Botticelli
- Target audience: Investigators and Decision-makers
- Topic: Introduction to Fair, Thorough, and Trauma-informed Sexual Violence Investigations
Trauma-informed Sexual Violence Investigations (PDF)
New Title IX Regulations – DRAFT Amendments to the PAA Process
Evan C. Bjorklund, Associate General Counsel
- Date: Aug. 5, 2020
- Target audience: The Title IX team and Administrators
New Title IX Regulations – DRAFT Amendments to the PAA Process (PDF)
Title IX Training
Facilitator: Dan Schorr, LLC
- Date: Sept. 17, 2020
- Target audience: The Title IX Team and Administrators
- Topic(s): Title IX Overview
Dan Schorr, LLC - Title IX Training - MACC 09.17.20 (PDF)
Title IX Hearings Training
Facilitator: Dan Schorr, LLC
- Date: Nov. 10, 2020
- Target audience: The Title IX Team and Administrators
- Topic(s): Title IX Hearing Process
Dan Schorr, LLC Title IX Hearings Training MACC 11.10.20 (PDF)
Community Partnerships, Presentations and Workshops Relating to Title IX
- Healthy Relationship Speakers (semesterly)
- Minding your Mind Workshops (semesterly)
- Human Resource Workshops (semesterly)
- Trauma Informed (semesterly)
- Drop in Talk in Sessions (monthly)
- Students for Recovery Lounge (open year round)
- Personal Counseling for Students (open year round)
- Bias Reporting and Behaviors (on going)
Additional Support Resources Connected to Our Campus
- Wellness Community Fairs (semesterly)
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Benefits for Faculty and Staff
- Lisa Mattila, Personal Counseling, 413-236-1609 or visit Personal Counseling
- Celia Norcross, Dean of Students, 413-236-1601, email@example.com
- Elizabeth Freeman Center
- 24 hour toll-free Hotline: 866-401-2425
- Emergency services including safe phones, food, transportation and shelter
- Safety planning what to do in case of emergency for whether you stay in or leave your
- Specialized support for immigrant, LGBTQ, and child survivors
Massachusetts and National Sexual Violence and Assault Prevention Resources
- Jane Doe Inc.
The Massachusetts Coalition against Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence, Jane Doe
Inc., brings together organizations and people committed to ending all violence against
- Prevent Connect
Prevention Connection is a national on-line project dedicated to the primary prevention
of violence against women.
- National Sexual Assault Hotline
A service of RAINN (Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network), the nation's largest
anti-sexual violence organization. Confidential 24/7 Support, 800-656-4673. Chat online.
- The Network/La Red
Provides confidential emotional support, information, referrals, safety planning,
and crisis intervention for LGBQ/T+ survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.
Note: For any person with concerns in affording transportation to a medical facility
for examination, please contact a designated Confidential Resource Provider.