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Completing training requirements is an important step in helping ensure a safe and positive learning and workplace environment for the entire university community. Two training courses, “Building a Foundation: Discrimination Prevention and Title IX,” and “MakeITSafe Information Security Awareness,” are open through Monday, Oct. 31.
Beginning in August, you will receive alerts every two weeks until your requirement has been met. Supervisors will be informed of their direct reports’ completion status as the training process continues.
“Building a Foundation: Discrimination Prevention and Title IX,” an ongoing commitment to support and promote inclusion, respect, and diversity, is upheld, in part, by ensuring members of the university community are educated and informed through training. This module covers topics related to discrimination, harassment and Title IX, as well as university policies.
You are responsible for successfully passing the mastery test (score of 80 percent or better) in order to fulfill your training requirement. This training course takes about one hour to complete. Visit http://umurl.us/ectraining to access the training in myLearn, view additional information, frequently asked questions, technical assistance tips and more.
University policy requires that you complete “MakeITSafe Information Security Awareness” training to protect university information assets and IT systems from electronic threats and to help protect you from cybercriminals.
The MakeItSafe training is coming soon. You will receive notification from the University of Missouri Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) when this training is available, and instructions will be provided at that time. This training course will take approximately 20 minutes to complete and includes a mastery test. For more information about MakeITSafe training, visit umsystem.edu/makeitsafe/security-awareness-training.