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
- Equal Employment Opportunity
- 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 as a UTDRIVER 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)