In January Mike Epperly attended Association of Title IX Administrator Investigator Training (ATIXA). ATIXA’s training is a comprehensive training class focused on treating campus sexual misconduct as a civil rights discrimination and investigation. Civil rights investigations are not police-led investigations, and it is not the same as investigating a student conduct violation. Title IX investigation skills are specific and highly specialized. Title IX investigative skill sets are developed and enhanced through the ATIXA Investigator Training.
ATIXA provides a professional association for school and college Title IX Coordinators, administrators, and investigators who are interested in serving their districts and campuses more effectively. Since 1972, Title IX has proved to be an increasingly powerful leveling tool, helping to advance gender equity in schools and colleges. ATIXA has been formed to promote professional development and foster collaboration in what is actually a field of 25,000 people who all are assuring Title IX compliance in our schools, colleges and universities.
The National Center for Higher Education Risk Management Group, LLC (NCHERM) a law and consulting firm endowed a grant that created Association of Title IX Administrators (ATIXA). In 2010, NCHERM created the only Title IX Coordinator/Investigator Training and Certification Course that is now an ATIXA professional development opportunity. ATIXA is an independent, not-for-profit organization served by an Advisory Board.
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