For Faculty and Staff

  • Preventing Workplace Discrimination, Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment: Live Training for Supervisors, Managers, Faculty, and Staff by the Staff Diversity & Equal Employment Opportunity Compliance (SD&C) Office (via Zoom, 2 hours)
    • This Anti-Discrimination and Sexual Harassment Prevention Training is for new and continuing managers, supervisors, and employees. The training covers a range of Equal Employment Opportunity issues under civil rights laws, including Title VII and Title IX. The training will enable staff to engage effectively with a diverse and high-performing workforce at UCLA. It will also assist supervisors in preventing discrimination and harassment in their workgroups.
    • This in-person training is offered monthly. Attendance also satisfies the bi-annual requirement for training on Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment Prevention for Supervisors, Faculty, and Staff.
    • We strongly encourage all faculty, supervisors, and staff to satisfy the requirement by attending this training.
    • For upcoming trainings, view the training schedule
    • To register for an upcoming training, visit and search for the course title, “Preventing Workplace Discrimination, Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment Training.”
  • Preventing Harassment and Discrimination: UC Online Training (2 hours bi-annually for faculty and supervisors, 1 hour annually for staff and non-supervisor academic appointees)
    • This online training covers discrimination and harassment based on protected categories, as well as sexual violence and sexual harassment prevention, retaliation and positive workplace culture. The 2-hour version also covers supervisor responsibilities to prevent discrimination and harassment.
    • This training satisfies the requirement for sexual violence and sexual harassment prevention training.
    • The training is assigned by Campus Human Resources and accessed through LMS.

For Faculty

  • Establishing Equity and Inclusion in the University Setting: Strategies, Resources and Best Practices (live workshop provided by EDI)
    • This workshop provides essential tools for recognizing bias, preventing discrimination, and creating an equitable environment in the university setting. The workshop covers laws and University policies addressing discrimination and harassment, supervisors’ responsibilities, and case studies of situations that may arise in the university environment, including gray areas that may lead to complaints. The workshop also provides strategies, resources and best practices for creating a respectful, equitable and inclusive environment for all members of the University community.
    • Request a workshop for your department
  • Faculty Search Briefing for Faculty Search Committees