Review your Training Record and identify mandatory Human Rights and Equity courses for Faculty, Staff, and Students. Use your Queen's University Net ID and password to view this information. You will be directed to another site.
Mandatory Training for Faculty, Staff and Student Employees
All employees, be they staff, faculty or students, who have any type of employment contract with the University, are required to complete the following three self-paced courses. These courses are mandatory for everyone in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. (AODA).
Specific Mandatory Training for Grades, Roles, and Bargaining Unit Members
PSAC Local 901, Unit 1 has listed training requirements for union members. If you would like to list training requirements for your bargaining unit, contact us.
All staff below Grade 10 are required to complete the following self-paced courses. These courses are mandatory for USW local 2010, CUPE, ONA, OPSEU, General Staff grades 2-9 and Research Grant and Contract staff.
Every employee of the University who has any role as an educator is required to complete the following self-paced course. An educator is a professor, instructor, teacher, teaching assistant, or anyone who participates in the creation, development or delivery of materials, activities or assessments for learning, who works with or for staff, faculty or other Queen's personnel.
Anyone who is on a faculty hiring committee is required to complete the following training:
Additionally, every employment equity representative is required to complete the following training. Every faculty hiring committee is required by the collective agreement to have an employment equity representative.
Anyone who is on a staff hiring committee is required to complete the following training:
Additionally, every staff equity representative is required to complete the following training. Every staff hiring committee is required to have a staff equity representative.
Anyone who is a senior leader (grade 10 and above) is required to complete the following training:
The Human Rights and Equity Office has created a new course for faculty, staff and students at Queen's University.
In accordance with the terms of the Letter of Understanding in the Collective Agreement. Graduate Teaching Assistants, Graduate Teaching Fellows, and Graduate Research Assistants (bargaining unit members of PSAC Local 901, Unit 1) will complete Anti-Racism: Creating a Foundation for Change at Queen's.