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For Staff & Faculty Only

Glendale Community College is committed to providing a safe and productive educational environment.

All GCC Employees are required, by law, to complete specific training and conduct themselves in accordance with state guidelines and responsibilities.

To assure fulfillment of the GCC commitment and laws, the following training is provided for GCC employees.

All training listed qualifies for Faculty Flex Credit. Classified staff members will be provided time upon arrangement with their supervisor during their work hours to complete the training. Records of training will be maintained by GCC Human Resources and used solely for the purpose of assessing the number of employees availing themselves of these training opportunities provided and in the event of audit by state and federal officials.

Title IX Responsible Employee Training

All employees and incoming students are required to receive training related to prevention and awareness of sexual assault, rape, affirmative consent, bystander intervention, acquaintance rape, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking. This includes training on identifying sexual misconduct, confidentiality, and informing students of protections and grievance procedures.

“Responsible employees” are faculty members, staff members and administrators that have actual or perceived authority to redress sexual misconduct. When responsible employees receive information about incidents of sexual misconduct, they are required to report all relevant details (including names of the alleged perpetrator, complainant, and witnesses) about the incident to the Title IX Coordinator or other designated persons. Federal guidelines require schools that receive federal funding to provide training on a regular basis to all “Responsible employees”.

Training >> (Requires GCC username and password)


Harassment Prevention Training  (CA Fair Employment and Housing Act)
Supervising employees, defined as any employee with authority to hire, transfer, suspend, lay off, recall, promote, discharge, assign, direct reward, discipline other employees, resolve employee grievances, or recommend such action must receive harassment prevention training. (Employees that provide assignments and direction to student workers, lab technicians, and administrative assistants are considered supervisors under this law.)

Effective January 1, 2019, under SB 1343, the District is required to provide harassment prevention training to all employees. Supervisors must receive two hours of training every two years and non-supervisory employees must receive one hour of training every two years. New employees must be trained within six months of hire.

Training >> (Requires GCC Username and Password.)

Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act Training (CA Penal Code section 11165.7et seq.)
It is recommended all employees who are considered “mandatory reporters” be trained on their obligations under CANRA. Mandatory reporters have been defined as all faculty members and other employees.

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Federal Clery Act/Campus Security Authority Training

Officials with significant responsibility for student and campus activities, including athletic coaches and training staff, student club advisors, deans, administrators, campus judicial board members, college police, and non-police security staff members, must be trained on the Clery Act’s reporting requirements.


Training >> (Requires GCC username and password)

GCC Judicial Board Training

Employees serving on the GCC Judicial Board must be trained on remedies and resources available.

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Dating Violence, Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Stalking Primary Prevention and Awareness Training VAWA

Dating Violence, Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Stalking Policy, Information and Rights Brochure (pdf)

New and existing employees are offered training related to the prevention and awareness of dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking, including the definitions of these crimes, affirmative consent, bystander intervention strategies, risk reduction, actions to take after an assault has occurred and actions the College will take when an assault is reported.

Training >> (Requires GCC username and password)