The University of Connecticut is committed to assuring the highest standard of integrity in all aspects of University life and in all University and University-sponsored activities. As a result, all graduate assistants are required to take the three trainings detailed below.
ANNUAL COMPLIANCE TRAINING
The Office of University Compliance is required to provide annual compliance training on the elements of the University’s compliance program; the University’s expectations that all will act in accordance with applicable laws, policies and standards; and obligations under the University Guide to the State Code of Ethics. This training, developed by the Office of University Compliance, provides realistic scenarios and examples of how issues of ethics and compliance may arise in your work as a Graduate Assistant. Through the application of learning demonstrated in the Apply Your Knowledge sections, you can gain a deeper understanding of addressing potential compliance and ethics concerns.
All Graduate Assistants are required to complete annual compliance training.
The compliance training for Graduate Assistants is available through an online module found at Learning@Work. A link will be emailed to each Graduate Assistant allowing access to the module. The training should take approximately 55 minutes to complete.
- The Code of Conduct
- University’s Guide to the State Code of Ethics
- Overview of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
Additional information can be found on the following site: https://grad.uconn.edu/assistantships/training/.
Please note that consistent with Article 13 of the Graduate Employee Union contract, this training is considered part of the workload of graduate assistants.
New and continuing UConn graduate assistants who have not yet taken this academic year’s annual compliance training may complete their training at the Learning@Work website. Learners can access the training under My Learning.
More detailed Learning@Work information, including FAQs, is available. If you have difficulty in registering for training or have any other related questions, please contact Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you need an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) accommodation to be able to participate in this training, please contact HR’s ADA Case Manager, Ryan Bangham at 860-486-2036 or email@example.com prior to the training.
Vice Provost for Graduate Education and Dean of The Graduate School
Associate Vice President and Chief Compliance Officer, Office of University Compliance