Core compliance classes can be found in UTLearn, the university’s employee training management system.
If you are looking for a particular compliance course and cannot find it, please contact us for more information.
Required of Every Employee, Volunteer, and Certain Affiliates ("Core 4")
- The Compliance & Ethics Program at UT Austin
- Workplace Discrimination and Harassment (formerly known as Equal Employment Opportunity or EEO)
- Information Security Awareness
- Title IX Basics
- please note: This is an in-person/virtual course, not an online module.
May be Required by your Department or Position
Many courses may be required by your department or the position/role you hold at the university. Below is a list of common courses that may be required, but please check with your supervisor if you're not sure.
- Healthcare Security/HIPAA (medical records)
- FERPA (student records)
- Cashier Training
- Youth Protection Training (camps) | Contact the Youth Protection Program for alternative training methods.
- Driver Training: Please note that you must be added to The University of Texas Driver Record Information and VERification System (UTDRIVERS) and registered for the course.
Archived “Employee Engagement Series” Presentations
|Liz Aebersold: Igniting Creativity & Innovation
|Michael Hasler: Managing Change at Work
|Paul Liebman: Missing the Forest for the Trees
|Art Markman: Smart Thinking
|Ami Pedahzur: Organizations Under Stress
|Robert Prentice: Why Good People Do Bad Things
|Raj Raghunathan: If You're So Smart Then Why Aren't You Happy
|Keri Stephens: Using Technology to Communicate at Work
|Paul Woodruff: Justice in Rewards
|Ethics Unwrapped– animated shorts by the McCombs School of Business
|Export Control Podcast with David Ivey, Cam Beasley, John Ekerdt, and Jaime Davis
In order to help foster an ethical campus environment, our office would be happy to speak with your group about compliance and ethics. We can provide a formal presentation or an informal Q&A on a variety of topics. Please contact us for more information.
Some groups to which we have presented in the past include:
- New student or employee orientations
- Faculty and staff groups, such as HR Forum, Town Hall, HFSA, etc.
- Departmental professional development sessions
- Student in classroom settings (as an "ethics" credit, for example)