Education and Training

The Title IX Office offers training and professional development opportunities for all UT students, staff and faculty. Our workshops are tailored to the needs of each group and offer an engaging space to learn about policies, process, and prevention. You can request a workshop at anytime. Feel free to browse our training menu below to learn more about what we can offer to you and your team!

Workshop Menu

Title IX Basics for Supervisors

Dive into a comprehensive overview of Title IX at UT Austin. We will discuss Title IX, UT Austin's sex discrimination policy, mandatory reporting duties for employees, strategies for prevention, interventions, and support available for Title IX related incidents. Interactive boundaries exercises and case scenarios will help us to apply this knowledge to situations we may face in the workplace and classroom. Basics for supervisors tailors content to help cultivate positive leadership skills.

Title IX Basics for Supervisees

Our Title IX Basics content is tailored to how supervisees can help create a positive supportive workplace culture.

Title IX Basics for Student Employees

Our Title IX Basics content is tailored to address navigating being both a student and employee at the university. This workshop is also available through the Student Employee Excellence and Development (SEED) Program.

Title IX Basics for Students

Understand the role Title IX plays on campus, support and options available to you as a student, and prevention and intervention strategies to create a positive culture on campus. Relevant for student groups, classes, or student organizations.

"Are We Okay?" Boundaries Workshop

This is an interactive workshop focused solely on setting and communicating boundaries and expectations. We will also discuss how to notice other people's boundaries, barriers to communicating and how to respond to cues, feedback and conflicts. Available for students, faculty, and staff.