Employee Training Information and Resources

Sexual Misconduct Training

As part of the onboarding process, employees are assigned mandatory training modules to complete in their first thirty (30) days of employment. These modules educate employees on important topics, including relevant federal regulations regarding the prevention of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking.

The training modules are provided through our training software, Vector LMS, which is available through Cardinal Apps. Please see below for more information on how to access your training.

Vector LMS Instructions

  1. Login to Cardinal Apps.
  2. Click on the “Vector LMS Employee” App.
  3. Go to the “My Assignments” page.
  4. Complete the assigned courses.
  5. Once completed, the assigned courses will show a green check and will allow you to download a certificate.

You DO NOT need to submit your completion certificates to our office. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at (210) 283-6449.

Sample Title IX Language for Faculty Course Outlines

Title IX and UIW Sexual Misconduct Policy — Mandatory Reporting

Title IX is a federal law that protects against sex and gender-based discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual misconduct, dating/domestic violence and stalking at federally funded educational institutions. As a part of our mission UIW is committed to provide an environment that welcomes all students. UIW does not tolerate sex discrimination of any kind. UIW is committed to fostering a learning and working environment free from discrimination in all its forms. When sexual misconduct occurs in our community, the university can:

  1. Intervene to prevent harmful behavior from continuing or escalating.
  2. Provide support and remedies to students and employees who have experienced harm or have become involved in a Title IX investigation.
  3. Investigate and discipline for violations of the university’s relevant policies.

All employees are considered Mandatory Reporters, which means that they are required to report possible violations of Title IX or the UIW Sexual Misconduct Policy to the Director of Title IX.

As a UIW faculty member, I am a Mandatory Reporter and must report any Title IX related incidents that I become aware of or witness. This includes but is not limited to incidents that are disclosed over video or teleconferencing (such as zoom, skype, google teams, etc.), in writing, discussion, one-on-one, or that I may overhear.

For more information about reporting options and resources, visit the UIW Title IX website or contact the Director of Title IX at:

Matthew Carpenter
Administration Building, Room 62
(210) 832-2105