College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences

Civil Rights Training

Civil Rights Training: This training covers all civil rights requirements for county and campus staff and volunteers. To complete the online module click here. Upon completion, enter your name into the certificate and download it.

REG Data Training: This training provides information on race, ethnicity, and gender (REG) data protocols. To complete the online module click here. Upon completion, enter your name into the certificate and download it.

Civil Rights Training Plan

  • All Cooperative Extension staff, volunteers, and council members are required to complete civil rights training. There are two separate online modules which includes a REG data training and the civil rights training covering LEP, reasonable accommodations, nondiscrimination, and the complaint process.
  • Training links can be found on the NCAT Civil Rights Training Webpage.
  • Annual training is due by July 31st of each 
  • Mandatory refreshers will be provided during staff and committee meetings yearly in November and March.
  • Additional refreshers will be provided on an ongoing basis via email correspondences and
  • A minimum of 3 training sessions are required 
  • New employees will receive information on required training during orientation and will have 10 business days to complete the training.
  • Training completion will be tracked via certificates awarded to particpants completing 80% or better on the associated assessment.
  • Completion of required training will be added to your performance evaluation Annual performance evaluations will emphasize civil rights training for applicable staff.

North Carolina A&T State University and North Carolina State University commit themselves to positive action to secure equal opportunity regardless of race, color, creed, national origin, religion, sex, age, veteran status or disability. In addition, the two Universities welcome all persons without regard to sexual orientation. North Carolina A&T State University, North Carolina State University, U.S. Department 0f Agriculture, and local governments cooperating.