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Required Training at Camps

Training Requirements for OSU faculty, staff, and volunteers working at camps for youth/minors

There are three required training courses for individuals, whether affiliated with OSU or not, who will be working with minors on university property and in facilities or under the authority and direction of the university at other locations, including branch campuses: Title VII, Title IX, and the Minors On-Campus training. FERPA training is not necessary because the youth/minors are not OSU students.

A fourth training, precision van driving, is required if campers are transported to and from camp locations. Vans can be reserved through OSU transportation, but if transporting campers/minors, and/or OSU students, the van driver must be trained through the OSU precision driving course in order to obtain the specialized license designation.

Title VII and Title IX Training

Faculty, staff and student employees can access training online. Visit the Title VII and Title IX information page. Faculty and staff with an appointment of .5 FTE or greater can access this training at https://talent.okstate.edu.

Student Employee Title VII and Title IX Training - Student employees have access to online training at Student Employee Title VII and Title IX Training. It is recommended that you access this course using Firefox or Google Chrome, watch for pop up blockers, and make sure you have java enabled on your computer. This training includes a quiz and confirmation page you can print at the end of the course. This training will take you approximately 30 minutes to complete. Please note that you must print the final page of the course and present a copy to your supervisor and a copy to the Office of Equal Opportunity at OSU in 408 Whitehurst or email at eeo@okstate.edu.

Title VII and Title IX Training for <.5 FTE Only can be accessed through this link: Title VII & Title IX Training for Faculty & Staff Less Than .5 FTE. It is recommended you access this course using Firefox or Google Chrome, watch for pop up blockers, and make sure you have java enabled on your computer. This training will take you approximately 30 minutes to complete. Please note that you must print the Conclusion page of the course and present a copy to your supervisor and a copy to the Office of Equal Opportunity at OSU in 408 Whitehurst or email at eeo@okstate.edu.

OSU Minors On-Campus Training for full and part-time faculty and staff

Individuals, whether affiliated with OSU or not, who will be working with minors on university property and in facilities or under the authority and direction of the university at other locations, including branch campuses, must complete the Minors On-Campus training yearly per OSU policy 1-0135. Please click here to view this policy .

Full-Time Faculty or Staff should follow these directions in order to complete the training:

  1. Log in to http://talent.okstate.edu using your O-key account credentials (Firefox or Google Chrome are the best browsers to use with the site)
  2. Click on the Learning widget in the middle of the landing page
  3. Type "minors" into the search bar at the top of the page
  4. The active Minors On Campus-Online Course should populate
  5. "Request" the training
  6. The training will load to your Active transcript page with a "Launch" option
  7. Click the Launch option to start the training
  8. The training will remain "In Progress" until you watch the entire presentation and the confirmation page loads.

Part-time Faculty, Staff or Students including Graduate students and non OSU personnel should visit the Minors On-Campus website to complete the training. Departments should require individual confirm they have completed the training. Departments can choose how individuals will confirm such as by signing a document, sending an email, or answering a questionnaire.

OSU Parking and Transportation Services

A fourth training is required if campers are transported to and from camp locations. Vans can be reserved through OSU transportation, but if transporting campers/minors, or OSU students, the van driver must be trained through the OSU precision driving course in order to obtain the specialized license designation. It is a 4 hour training with driving instruction. OSU Transportation services offers the course once a month. The cost is $150 per person.

OSU Parking and Transportation Services
1006 W. Hall of Fame
Stillwater, OK 74078-2080
Phone: 405-744-6525 or Fax: 405-744-0434
parking@okstate.edu
https://parking.okstate.edu/

A parent permission form is needed to allow camp organizers to transport their child.
Request a specific consent transportation form by contacting both OSU’s Risk and Property Management office and Legal Counsel. Send camp specific information: title and purpose of the camp, the daily schedules, dates and times when campers will be transported and to where, the number of campers, and the camp director’s contact information. The two offices work together to create the specific waiver for each camp.

OSU RISK AND PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
618 N. Monroe
Stillwater, OK 74078-1022
Phone: 405-744-7337 or Fax: 405-744-7888
https://rpm.okstate.edu/

OSU LEGAL COUNSEL, BOARD OF REGENTS
Brandee Hancock, Associate General Counsel
5th floor – Student Union
Stillwater, OK 74078-7044
Phone: 405-744-6494 or Fax: 405-744-7998