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2021 NACCOP TITLE IX “HOT TOPICS” WEBINAR SERIES

Important Registration Information

Individuals registering to attend a NACCOP event (this includes but is not limited to: the annual conference/pre-conference, training classes, and webinars) must be employed by a college or university, unless approved in advance by NACCOP. Individuals who are not employed by a college or university can send an email request to attend a NACCOP event to the NACCOP Team at info@naccop.org.The webinar materials for any NACCOP webinar will only be provided to individuals who register for and participate in the webinar.

NOTE: Payment provides individual member or non-member registrants with an access login for one registrant. Broadcasting these webinars to multiple people/locations is not permitted, as each registrant will need to purchase an access login (unless a Group Rate Registration is purchased, as noted below).

Registration generally CLOSES 2 days (48 hours) prior to the start of each webinar.

 

2021 TITLE IX “HOT TOPICS” WEBINAR SERIES DESCRIPTION

 

The NACCOP Team understands the need for cost effective professional development opportunities for all of our members and non-members serving in Title IX roles on their respective campuses (and Clery Act practitioners who are partnering with their Title IX colleagues). In this time of limited in-person educational opportunities and budgets being reduced and stretched, NACCOP has partnered with D. Stafford & Associates (DSA) to offer a Title IX webinar series that will provide timely information about various topics. As always, one of the strengths of our team of instructors is their focus on practical application.

The Title IX “Hot Topics” Webinar Series consists of nine webinars (75 minutes each) where NACCOP and DSA experts will introduce topics and key points while allowing participants to ask questions and share experiences from their campuses. These webinars are not intended to be a deep dive into each topic, but rather a space for experts to share lessons learned and actively engage with participants on key Title IX challenges and trends that institutions across the country are facing.

Intended Audience: Title IX Coordinators, Deputy Coordinators, Human Resources professionals, General Counsel, Conduct Officers, Diversity/Equity/Belonging Officers, Disability Services Coordinators, and Clery Act Compliance Officers.

These webinars will be live, virtual sessions and will not be recorded.

DISCOUNTS:

NACCOP members will receive a discounted rate for this series.

AICUP and ASCA have ongoing partnerships with NACCOP, so we are offering members of these two associations the NACCOP member pricing for the Title IX “Hot Topics” Webinar Series. Instructions to receive the discounted rate are found on the registration page.

2021 NACCOP TITLE IX “HOT TOPICS” WEBINAR SERIES REGISTRATION

This Title IX “Hot Topics” Webinar Series will be offered at a fixed price for the entire series or can be purchased as individual webinars on an à la carte basis.

2021 NACCOP Title IX “Hot Topics” Webinar Series Package (9 Webinars) Individual Rate
NACCOP Member: $299.00
AICUP or ASCA Member: $299.00
Non-Member: $549.00

REGISTER HERE FOR THE SERIES PACKAGE INDIVIDUAL RATE

2021 NACCOP Title IX “Hot Topics” Webinar Series Package (9 Webinars) Group Rate

If a registrant would like to invite other administrators from their campus (the individuals must be employed at the same institution) to attend the webinar series at a Group Rate, the registrant can register up to four individuals from their institution (i.e., three beyond the initial registrant). Each individual will receive their own link to each webinar in the series.

NACCOP Member Group Rate: $599.00
AICUP or ASCA Member Group Rate: $599.00
Non-Member Group Rate: $849.00

REGISTER HERE FOR THE SERIES PACKAGE GROUP RATE

NOTE: If you register yourself and/or up to 4 individuals using the Group Rate for the Title IX “Hot Topics” Webinar Series, there is no need to register for the individual webinars – that registration covers all 9 webinars. A few days prior to the date of each individual webinar, a link to the webinar will be sent to the email address(es) provided at registration.

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REGISTRATION FOR INDIVIDUAL WEBINARS IN THE SERIES

2021 NACCOP Title IX “Hot Topics” Individual Webinar Rate
NACCOP Member: $39.00 Non-Member: $65.00 (Group Rate option not available.)

2021 TITLE IX “HOT TOPICS” WEBINAR SERIES WEBINAR TITLES AND DESCRIPTIONS

Webinar Series Session #1: Lessons Learned from Conducting Sexual Misconduct Investigations During a Pandemic

Description: The new Title IX regulations dropped in the middle of the 2020 pandemic, requiring schools to pivot on adapt their investigation approaches in many ways. This session will review the pandemic’s impact on investigations in the “new normal” and discuss potential takeaways for future investigations.

Date: Thursday, January 28, 2021
Time: 2:00 pm-3:15 pm EST

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Webinar Series Session #2: Intersection of Title IX and Threat Assessment Teams

Description: This session will examine the role of threat assessment teams with Title IX cases, including the use of teams for individual risk analyses as required by Title IX.

Date: Tuesday, February 2, 2021
Time: 2:00 pm-3:15 pm EST

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Webinar Series Session #3: Title IX and Community Colleges

Description: This session will examine various issues regarding the new Title IX regulations and their effect on community colleges, including: minors on campus as complainants or respondents; K-12 school on campus; managing multiple policies; FERPA; parental notification; and managing Title IX with separate campuses.

Date: Wednesday, February 17, 2021
Time: 2:00 pm-3:15 pm EST

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Webinar Series Session #4: Concurrent Criminal and Civil Rights Investigation Best Practices

Description: This session will review the major roles and responsibilities of criminal and civil rights investigators; discuss new regulatory language and its implications for civil rights investigations on campus, including notice; explore best practices in information-sharing between criminal and civil rights processes; and discuss evidence, including police reports, and how they can and cannot be used in Title IX hearings.

Date: Tuesday, March 16, 2021
Time: 2:00 pm-3:15 pm EST

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Webinar Series Session #5: Managing Multiple Policies and Processes - Title IX, HR, and Conduct (Who on Campus Should Do What, Why, and How)

Description: With the narrow jurisdictional requirements of the new Title IX regulations, most sexual misconduct complaints will be resolved using sexual harassment or student conduct policies and processes that rest outside of the Title IX office. This session will explore model practices in policy construction of Title IX and non-Title IX policies and procedures; explore the VAWA compliance requirements that must be met for all policies that resolve sexual misconduct regardless of Title IX; and will explain best practices for information-sharing and policy implementation in various offices across campus.

Date: Thursday, March 25, 2021
Time: 2:00 pm-3:15 pm EST

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Webinar Series Session #6: Live Hearing Basics (Process and Pitfalls)

Description: This session will include live hearing principles, including a discussion of the advantages and disadvantages of the live hearing model in Title IX and non-Title IX sexual misconduct complaints.

Date: Tuesday, April 20, 2021
Time: 2:00 pm-3:15 pm EST

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Webinar Series Session #7: To Consolidate Complaints or Not: That is the Question

Description: The Title IX regulations allow for institutions to consolidate complaints. This session will walk through what the regulations permit and discuss the pros and cons of consolidations. The session will include mini-case studies.

Date: Tuesday, May 18, 2021
Time: 2:00 pm-3:15 pm EST

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Webinar Series Session #8: How, When, and the What Ifs of Dismissing Title IX Complaints

Description: The Title IX regulations require institutions to dismiss complaints that do not meet the jurisdictional requirements of the law. This session will walk through what the regulations require.

Date: Thursday, May 27, 2021
Time: 2:00 pm-3:15 pm EST

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Webinar Series Session #9: Appeals (Process and Pitfalls)

Description: This session will discuss the appeal process and the challenges that institutions face in implementing sound procedures.

Date: Thursday, June 3, 2021
Time: 2:00 pm-3:15 pm EST

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Webinar Refund Policy

Any webinar registration cancellation emailed more than 72 hours prior to the day/time of the webinar will be provided with the opportunity to register for a future alternate webinar. In the event that there are not any upcoming webinars available, there will be a credit issued for a future webinar or event that must be used within 1 year of the original webinar date that resulted in the credit being issued. Credits will be removed from the registrants account after 1 year (i.e. 365 days).

If the original registrant will not be able to participate, he/she can forward the name and email address of a colleague at their institution who will serve as a substitute. A substitution to another individual from the same institution may be made at least 72 hours in advance of the scheduled webinar. All substitution requests must be made in writing and NACCOP will verify the original registration before approving the request and transferring the original registration to the requested substitute.

For instructions on event registrations, please CLICK HERE

Any registration cancellations for paid webinars emailed less than 72 hours prior to the day of the webinar will result in a forfeiture of the webinar registration fees. However, outline materials related to the content of webinar presentation will be emailed to the registrant.

No refunds will be given for issues or circumstances beyond our control such as manmade or natural disasters, weather, campus conditions, unstable internet connections, etc.

Please contact the NACCOP Team at info@naccop.org if you have any questions pertaining to the webinar registration process.