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Required Employee Training

Rationale & Requirements

As an institution, Moravian University is deeply committed to fostering mutual respect and human understanding, and to preserving a community where all members can learn, thrive, and work together effectively. We strive to accept the uniqueness of all individuals and cultivate an environment that respects, affirms, and defends the dignity of each community member. We are committed to providing a workplace and campus community that is safe and free from discrimination, harassment, violence, intimidation, exploitation, and retaliation, and believe that, as employees, we each share in this obligation. This also includes efforts to minimize potential risks and threats to the safety of our community and its members.

To ensure compliance with federal and state civil rights laws and regulations, and to affirm our commitment to safety, fairness, and equity in all aspects of the educational program or activity, Moravian University has developed a series of interactive, online learning modules to provide employees with awareness around these issues, knowledge of our campus policies and resources, and strategies to respond, intervene, and address concerns should they arise. 

Course completion is required for all new hires within 45 days of the establishment of a University network login/email address and for all current employees, including active adjunct faculty, annually. We thank you in advance for your compliance and commitment to ensuring a harassment-free work environment for all members of our community. 

Relevant institutional policies can be found at:

Course Access & Support

Upon the establishment of a University network login/email address (new hires) or when training is due (current employees), employees can expect to receive an email notice to their Moravian University inbox. 

To get started and access the online learning modules, simply log into Okta (single sign on) and click on the Vector Solutions for Employees learning management system icon. You will be taken to a dashboard listing each required course, as well as any additional courses that may be recommended for your role.

The learning modules required for all employees include content on harassment and discrimination prevention, Title IX, youth protection, cybersecurity, and active shooter response. The total time needed to complete all required courses in approximately 4 hours. Completing required training is not the same process as obtaining your criminal or child abuse clearances. Training is either required by law or required/recommended by our insurer and has been endorsed by our institutional leadership.

You do not have to take an entire course in one sitting, and progress is saved along the way. Your completion of each course will be automatically tracked and Human Resources will be notified accordingly. Certificates do not need to be printed and can be accessed in the training record in your dashboard at any time. Courses may be taken a number of preferred languages, by using the language feature in the learning management system.

Should you experience technical issues, please visit for customer support. Vector Solutions provides a number of support resources, as well as the option to submit a case to their Customer Care team.

Any concerns regarding the content of employee courses should be addressed to If you have a certificate showing completion of a comparable course within the last 6 months, please contact for consideration of an exemption for that course.

Other Required Training

In addition to the requirements above for all employees, some employees may be required to engage in additional training based on their department, role, and/or responsibilities. All employees should direct specific questions about these requirements to their supervisor.

Employees interacting routinely with student information will receive additional training regarding the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and those designated as Campus Security Authorities (CSAs) under the Clery Act, will receive annual notice of this designation and additional training to fulfill their responsibilities. More information about Clery CSAs can be found at:

General questions regarding compliance and the availability of training for employees or students may be directed to