Title IX Administrator Training

Title IX Education and Prevention on Campus

All Seattle College employees are required to complete an annual Title IX Training through our platform, Get Inclusive. If you have not completed this training, please email COMPLIANCE@SEATTLECOLLEGES.EDU

. If you have technical questions or did not receive an invite from Get Inclusive, please contact their Tech Support: Success Team @ success@getinclusive.com

The below sections highlight Title IX Training and opportunities with Seattle Colleges. 


Title IX employee course Get Inclusive Annual Training  

Seattle Colleges, Get Inclusive, Title IX Course is a foundational, required online prevention and response course about sex and gender-based violence, and harassment for staff, faculty, other academic personnel, and student employees. 

At Seattle District Colleges (SDC), we remain committed to fostering environments where you feel valued and supported, and have the opportunity to learn and grow. As an SDC employee, you also have an important role to play in ensuring a respectful environment for your coworkers and students. 

Throughout the course, the strategies offered are meant to create and support positive SDC climates and endeavor to stop sex and gender-based violence and harassment before they happen. The course is relevant to all SDC workplace and campus locations and includes tailored content based on your employee role. 

After completing the course, employees will have an enhanced ability to: 

  • Contribute to respectful work and learning environments 

  • Recognize sex and gender-based violence and harassment 

  • Intervene in situations where harm may be occurring 

  • Respond empathetically when a person discloses they have experienced harassment and violence 

  • Understand resources, reporting processes, and SDC policies on sex and gender-based violence and harassment 

Access the employee course here: 

Get Inclusive Employee Title IX Course  

If you have technical questions or did not receive an invite from Get Inclusive, please contact their Tech Support: Success Team success@getinclusive.com

Employee course completion expectations: 

Employees include all staff, faculty, other academic personnel, and student employees. 

  • New employees—individuals who have not worked at SDC within the preceding 12 months—must complete the course within 30 days of their hire date 

  • Existing employees will be assigned the course according to their unit assignment schedule but can complete the course sooner if they choose to do so 

  • Former student employees, who completed the student employee track and are subsequently hired into a staff or faculty role, will be re-assigned and required to complete the track of the employee course relevant to their new role 

Course FAQs 

How do I access the course? 

Click the Get Inclusive Title IX Training Course here to be directed to the course. You will need to use your SDC NetId to sign in to the course platform. 

If you are a new employee, you will be able to access the course beginning on your first week of employment. 

If you have technical questions or did not receive an invite from Get Inclusive, please contact their Success Team @ success@getinclusive.com

If you have additional questions about Title IX, please email COMPLIANCE@SEATTLECOLLEGES.EDU

How much time does it take to complete the course? Can I complete the course in sections? 

It takes about 90 minutes to complete all the modules. The course is self-paced so completion time varies. You can complete one module at a time, and the program will save your progress. You can then return to complete additional modules at a future time. 

Is the course accessible for individuals with disabilities? 

All videos are captioned, and images have descriptions on them. There is an alternative version if individuals have low internet speed or need a different version for screen-readers. 

What if the course is emotionally triggering? 

The course was built to be trauma-informed, but it may bring up strong emotions for individuals who have experienced violence or harassment or recently supported someone impacted by violence or harassment. 

If you would like to learn about alternative course completion options, contact TitleIX.District@seattlecolleges.edu. It is not necessary to share personal details when you send an email regarding the alternative course option. 

If you would like to seek support related to sex- and gender-based violence or harassment before completing the course, learn about options at the SDC Title IX Website.  

Why is this course required? 

SDC takes sex and gender-based violence and harassment very seriously and expects all employees to do the same. 

It is very likely you either know a survivor of sexual or relationship violence or will have a co-worker or student share with you their experience during your time at SDC. We want to ensure you have the vital information you need to support that individual or seek support for yourself. 

If I’ve taken other courses on this topic, do I still need to complete this course? 

Yes, this course is specific to Seattle Colleges and contains information that every employee needs. This course may build on the information you have learned in other courses. 

Will I need to take this course every year? 

Yes, this course will be offered annually. You are welcome to go back and access information in the course at any time. 

What is the deadline for completing the course? 

Get Inclusive was launched in Feb 2023, and employees have until 5/31/23 to complete the Title IX Training.

Going forward after 5/31/23:

This will be an annual requirement.  

New employees must complete the course within 30 days of their hire date. Faculty will have different requirements, they can speak to their dean. 

Existing employees must complete the course within 30 days of their course assignment date. Faculty will have different requirements, they can speak to their dean, and faculty may complete the training on Development Days.

What happens if I don’t complete the course? 

Supervisors may implement corrective action in accordance with the employee’s classification or job title. Non-compliance may be noted in performance or promotional reviews. An employee may become ineligible for opportunities that involve leadership, supervision of others, or other academic or work-related activities. 

How do Full-Time Faculty get paid for this training? 

Faculty should complete this training as part of their regular duties under non-instructional time. 

How do Part-Time Faculty get paid for this training?  

They can complete this training during the development day of that quarter. 

What if I am a student employee?

Student employees will need to request access to the course from their manager, or email TitleIX.District@seattlecolleges.edu. Student Employees are required to complete this training. 



Additional Title IX Training Request:

If you would like to request an informal more in-depth training on Title IX for your department or team, please complete this form: https://forms.office.com/r/vGHQprrM1v 

Please note this is in addition to the annual Title IX training that is required for all employees. 

Additional Resources

  • Counseling Centers at Each College:
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP): Seattle Colleges employees are able to access Washington state’s Employee Assistance Program, which helps employees and their family members resolve personal or work-related problems. Using your EAP does not cost you anything. For more information, call the Employee Assistance Program at 877.313.4455.
  • King County Sexual Assault Resource Center (KCSARC) (24-hour resource line): 888-99VOICE, or 888-998-6423.
    KCSARC is a victim-advocacy organization that provides critical support, tools, and direct services to children, teens, women, and men who are victims of sexual assault. KCSARC works with clients of all ages and from all backgrounds. KSCARC advocates will answer your call and provide crisis intervention, information and referrals, and ongoing support 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
  • Harborview Center for Sexual Assault and Traumatic Stress: 206.744.1600.
    The center provides services to help people impacted by sexual assault and other traumatic events.