Required Graduate Trainings

Mandatory for ALL Graduate Assistants: (Four Trainings)



This one-time training must be completed by current GA’s by October 31st 2017, and will take between 2-4 hours to complete.

All Graduate Assistants at the University of Connecticut are required to complete the Graduate Assistant Online Program for Teaching and Instruction. This 2-4 hour online training was designed to ensure that every graduate student who currently has or in the future could hold a teaching position at the university is provided with the foundations of educational pedagogy, instructional strategies, and assessment and evaluation guides.  The Graduate Assistant Program for Teaching and Instruction course appears in the Husky CT main page of all students currently holding a graduate assistant contract.   (Please click here for frequently asked questions) The purpose of this training is to build upon the information that graduate students receive in their face-to-face orientations while supplementing their training with critical information regarding support services and resources. Designed in collaboration with the Graduate School, the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, and the Neag School of Education, the Graduate Assistant Program for Teaching and Instruction aims to provide graduate students with opportunities to develop foundational knowledge and skills useful in their current and future teaching positions. This training also serves as a prerequisite for those enrolling in the optional Graduate Certificate in College Teaching and Instruction (GCCI). The mission of this newly redesigned program is to guide and support students as they become college instructors and aid in the development of teaching pedagogy, philosophies, and portfolios for job searches. Successful completion of this advanced credential will set individuals apart in an increasingly competitive academic job market. For more information on the certificate please click here:



All Graduate Assistants are required to complete annual compliance training.  Training is available through an online module called Learning@Work,available on the Human Resources webpage. The training should take approximately 30 minutes to complete.

This year’s training will focus on the University Code of Conduct, Workplace Safety and Americans with Disabilities Act and Title IX reminders.

Please note that consistent with Article 13 of the Graduate Employee Union contract, this training is considered part of the workload of graduate assistants.

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The Office of Institutional Equity (OIE) in partnership with the Office for Diversity and Inclusion (ODI) will be presenting numerous 3-hour Diversity Awareness Training sessions and 2-hour Sexual Harassment Prevention Training sessions throughout the 2017 – 2018 Academic Year.  These one-time training mandates are required for all University graduate assistants.  You must attend both trainings once during your employment with UConn. They should be completed by graduate assistants during their first semester as assistants (i.e. by December 31, 2017 for those who began in August 2017 and May 10, 2018 for those who began in January 2018).

Thank you for your cooperation and assistance in helping to create a welcoming environment and respectful climate for everyone in our community.

If you have difficulty in registering for training or have any other related questions, please contact Pam Heath-Johnston in the Department of Human Resources at pamela.heath-johnston@uconn.eduor 860-486-1167.

If you need an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) accommodation to be able to participate in this training, please contact Human Resources at 860-486-2036 or as soon as possible prior to the training.

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(1 Training)

Required once during your graduate career.

The University of Connecticut is committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for all of our students, staff, and faculty. As part of that commitment, the University now requires that all graduate students complete an online interpersonal violence prevention program from Student Success™. Titled Not Anymore, this video-based program provides critical information about Consent, Bystander Intervention, Sexual Assault, Dating and Domestic Violence, Stalking, and more. Not Anymore will help you better understand how vitally important these issues are to creating a safe environment and to our community expectations, and what you can do to help make your campus safer for everyone.

Graduate students must complete a one-time online interpersonal violence prevention training. A hold is place on a student’s registration to ensure that you meet this requirement.

Please go to to complete the 40 minute training.  Upon completion, it will take 2-3 days for the hold to lift.  If you have any questions, call The Graduate School at (860) 486-3617.



Please note that consistent with Article 13 of the Graduate Employee Union contract, this training is considered part of the workload of graduate assistants.