Sexual harassment and discrimination prevention training

All University employees are required to attend Sexual Harassment and Discrimination Prevention Training. Nevada Administrative Code (NAC) 284.496 (1)(2)(3) states:

  1. Within six months after an employee is initially appointed to state service, the employee shall attend a certified class concerning the prevention of sexual harassment.
  2. At least once every two years after his or her initial appointment to state service, an employee shall attend a certified refresher class or training concerning the prevention of sexual harassment.
  3. An appointing authority may require an employee to retake any part or all of the classes or training required by subsections 1 and 2, or to participate in any additional classes or training deemed necessary by the appointing authority.

Online training through LawRoom

NSHE has contracted with LawRoom to provide online sexual harassment and discrimination training for its employees. Every employee will receive an invitation to complete sexual harassment and discrimination training through LawRoom.

Invitation course links

Employees will receive their initial email invitation within the first six months of their employment and again every two years.  The course link you receive in your invitation email expires after two weeks. If your course link expires, you can log-in directly on the LawRoom website or wait for the next reminder email from Law Room.

Logging in without your invitation course link

If you do not have your email confirmation and login link, you can reset your login information directly on the LawRoom website.

  1. Visit LawRoom.com
  2. Click the "Login" link in top right corner of webpage
  3. Click the "Forgot Login ID/PWD?" link
  4. Enter your email address, which must match the email address listed in your employee/student record
  5. Click the "Submit" button/link

If you have been previously uploaded to the LawRoom system with the email address you entered, you will receive an email from LawRoom containing your login ID and a link to reset your password. You may then go back and repeat steps one and two above, entering your login ID and new password to log into LawRoom and access any currently enrolled courses. You may also login and print or save your certificates from any previously completely LawRoom courses.

LawRoom acknowledgement policy

At the policy acknowledgement page, you must enter your name exactly as it appears above the box, including capital and lowercase letters. If you type it differently the program will not allow you to continue.

The policy will open before you can type your name and continue with the training. Once you have reviewed the policy you will need to press the black X mark (link) in the top right corner of the LawRoom training screen.

You do not sign your name on the policy that opens.

LawRoom, browsers and mobile devices

Use a desktop/laptop. It is best to complete your LawRoom training on a desktop or laptop device. The training will not work properly on mobile devices.

Use Firefox or Chrome internet browsers. It is highly recommended you use Firefox or Chrome browsers are the training will not work with Microsoft Internet Explorer or Microsoft Edge browsers.

If you need help installing these browsers, please contact the Help Desk at (775) 682-5000.

Clear your browser cookies. If you experience any issues with logging in or completing the training, please log out of LawRoom, close the tab or window, and then clear your cookies. Web browsers cannot clear cookies from websites that are still open in other tabs or windows. You may then log into the training again to complete the course.

Don't use virtual machines. School of Medicine employees will not be able to complete the course using a virtual machine (ex: PowerDesk). You must log into and complete the course using your physical machine.

Certificate of completion

You will receive a certificate of completion and a course completion email when you have successfully completed the training. You do not need to send either to our office. However we recommend that you keep both for your records.

 

Alternate training options

If you are unable to complete the required online training, you may select to complete our alternate, accessible training available via a PDF training document.