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"Discrimination and Harassment" course new to SkillPort

Wondering where to find online training concerning sexual harassment? Or how to find proof of your completion?

A new "Discrimination and Harassment" course recently was launched in SkillPort, replacing the "Preventing Sexual Harassment" course. If you still need to complete this required training and are working at the Colorado Springs or Denver campus, or system administration, you can locate the "Discrimination and Harassment" training by logging into SkillPort and clicking the "CU Custom Curricula" shortcuts folder. Then click "University of Colorado: CUSTOM COURSES" and scroll down the alphabetized list. Then, simply click the title and play.

Want proof that you have completed the training? Your passing score will be recorded into the Training Summary on the myCU Portal within three business days.

If you need a quicker turn-around, you may go to "My Reports" in SkillPort. You will see "Discrimination and Harassment" listed under the "Completed" section. There will be three clickable icons to the right of the title. The magnifying glass icon [] will give you a progress report; the scroll icon [] will give you a Certificate of Completion. Both are printable and remain saved in My Reports indefinitely.

Questions? Visit the Employee Learning and Development Web site, http://www.cu.edu/eld.

Did You Know... offers tips and information from CU's Employee Learning and Development office and others. To submit an item, e-mail Jay.Dedrick@cu.edu

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