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June 2-7, 2024
ATIXA’s 2024 Summer Symposium

  • Date
    June 2-7, 2024
  • Location
    Denver, CO
  • Speakers
    15 Professional Speakers

ATIXA is pleased to announce our Summer Symposium in Denver, CO! Join us from June 2-7, 2024, to engage with colleagues and faculty while receiving valuable in-person training and certification. We’re excited to partner with the city of Denver on this exciting event. Read a letter from the Mayor of Denver, welcoming ATIXA to his city.

Experience the transformative power of community.

As a dedicated Title IX professional, your work can undoubtedly take an emotional toll – from handling sensitive cases to being the sole gatekeeper at your institution. But you don’t have to navigate this journey alone. Join our empowering symposium and ignite your passion anew with training and certification courses. Connect with like-minded peers and exchange invaluable insights. Together, we can conquer burnout and elevate our ability to support our community. This symposium is an essential ingredient for fortifying your work this year.

Partner Association Symposium

In conjunction with the Summer Symposium, our partner association, NABITA, will be hosting its 4th Annual Case Management Summit at the same time and location. This presents a unique opportunity to bring your BIT and TIX teams together and explore the intersection of case management and Title IX. Learn more about NABITA’s 4th Annual Case Management Summit today.

Bundle your registrations and save!

This event features 21 certification courses and workshops. Registrations of two to four courses are eligible for a 15% discount, and five or more registrations qualify for a 25% discount. Upon checkout, select the Pay Later option and reach out to denver@atixa.org for discounts to be applied.

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Schedule

Implementing the Title IX Regulations for Higher Education One Day Course

June 2 | 8:30am-4:30pm MST

This course focuses on the revised regulatory requirements and the policy, procedural, and practice changes needed to ensure compliance. Title IX professionals will leave this course with an understanding of:

  • The elements of the various phases of the Title IX Grievance Process
  • Training and reporting requirements
  • Awareness and response requirements for pregnant and parenting students and employees
  • Protections for LGBTQIA+ individuals
  • Title IX scope and applicability

Please note there is a two-day Title IX Regulations Implementation Course available for those who want to continue to a second day of Nuances and Best Practices. Please click here to view the 2-day course information and agenda.

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Implementing the Title IX Regulations for Higher Education: Nuances & Best Practices Two Day Course

June 2-3 | 8:30am-4:30pm MST

This two day course will delve deeper into specific sections of the Final Rule, the nuances of each, anticipating challenges, and exploring how to implement key provisions. Expert presenters will place this discussion against the backdrop of ATIXA’s best practices approach for institutional sex-based discrimination and harassment grievance procedures, as well as more specific protections for non-discrimination on the basis of pregnancy or related conditions.

ATIXA experts will share their best thinking and detail the many policy decisions facing Title IX professionals, including how to structure and staff your processes, as well as how to incorporate specific requirements that might apply to your institution either because of state law requirements or governing court precedent in your jurisdiction.

ATIXA understands how challenging it has been for institutions to keep pace with the constant swinging pendulum of the Title IX regulations. We’re here to help you wade through the bureaucratic language to find clarity and the solid practices that will ensure you have a reputable, fair compliance program of integrity. You will leave this training with a solid understanding of the regulations and a plan for the specific implementation needs at your particular institution.

Please note there is a one-day Title IX Regulations Implementation Course for only the Overview day, available for those who want only this portion of this training. Please click here to view the one-day course information and agenda.

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ADA & Section 504 Foundations for Higher Education

June 3 | 8:30am-4:30pm MST

This course is designed to equip Title IX Coordinators and disability/access administrators with a thorough understanding of the disability laws that regulate an institution’s efforts to offer reasonable accommodations in postsecondary academic environments.

Participants will gain knowledge about the legal frameworks that apply to institutional recipients of federal funding, principles for determining reasonable accommodations, strategies for implementing the process in higher education, the grievance process, best practices in organizational structure, and how the accommodation process can support individuals during pregnancy and related conditions.

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Title IX Compliance & Athletics for Higher Education

June 3 | 8:30am-4:30pm MST

This course covers sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, and culture challenges in athletics and will also delve deeply into program equity compliance. Attendees will leave with a better understanding of why program inequities exist and how to spot red flags and address them.

Presenters draw from the courts, the news, their experiences working with athletic departments of all types nationwide, and the Olympic movement. This course is relevant for Title IX Coordinators with little or no athletic administration experience and seasoned athletic compliance staff.

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Advanced ADA/Section 504 for Higher Education

June 4 | 8:30am-4:30pm MST

Understand compliance regulations for students and employees with disabilities, including mental health issues, website accessibility, temporary disability, and housing and dining accommodations.

Participants will engage in a variety of engaging, faculty-led applied learning exercises to ensure their understanding of academic accommodations, including those that significantly alter the curriculum. Additionally, they will learn to apply decision-making frameworks in a supportive and legally compliant manner and consider the various ways that institutions should address disability-related grievances.

Before attending this course, we recommend completing the ADA and Section 504 Foundations for Higher Education course. In addition, participants should have a basic understanding of disability law in educational settings.

Title IX Coordinator Foundations: Sex-Based Harassment for Higher Education

June 4-5 | 8:30am-4:30pm MST

This course provides practitioners with a foundational knowledge of policies, procedures, and trauma-informed practices that are compliant with Title IX and the Clery Act/VAWA Section 304, as well as other applicable intersecting laws, and offers an in-depth exploration of ATIXA’s recommended formal grievance resolution process and practices.

In combination with the included Title IX Fundamentals online pre-learning experience, Sex-Based Harassment Foundations meets both the Title IX and VAWA Section 304 training requirements for participants and explores programmatic excellence related to Sex-Based Harassment prevention and response in higher education.

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Investigation Foundations for Higher Education

June 4-5 | 8:30am-4:30pm

This course equips individuals with the essential skills to carry out investigations of sex- and gender-based violence, harassment, and discrimination complaints. It also includes a comprehensive examination of the Title IX Formal Grievance Process and the role that the investigation, investigator, and investigation report play in it. Participants can easily customize the concepts and investigation framework to investigations under other civil rights laws, such as Title VI, Title VII, the ADA, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act.

In addition, the course offers the Title IX Fundamentals online pre-learning experience that satisfies both Title IX and VAWA Section 304 training requirements for participants.

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Title IX Coordinator Foundations: Gender Equity for Higher Education

June 6-7 | 8:30am-4:30pm MST

This course focuses on sex discrimination compliance responsibilities. It covers the assessment of overall program equity and provides introductions to athletics equity, pregnancy and related conditions requirements, and LGBTQIA+ protections.

ATIXA’s expert faculty members will guide participants through ATIXA’s model formal grievance process from a sex/gender discrimination complaint perspective. Discussions will also cover how institutions can center resolutions that involve disparate treatment and impact, including targeted culture/climate assessments and investigations. Lastly, the course will address what institutions can expect when the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) reviews their program equity compliance and how to develop a plan to complete gender equity audits regularly.

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Investigation Skills & Report Writing for Higher Education

June 6-7 | 8:30am-4:30pm MST

Investigation Skills and Report Writing for Higher Education focuses on improving interviewing techniques and post-interview tasks such as credibility assessment, information synthesis, and clear report writing.

Participants will review a sample investigation report to guide their understanding of report writing mechanics, format, and structure. Additionally, registrants will engage in various interactive learning activities to practice their skills and receive feedback from ATIXA’s experts.

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Intermediate Interviewing Techniques & Strategies for Higher Education

June 6-7 | 8:30am-4:30pm MST

ATIXA’s expert faculty members draw on the best available research and their field-tested practices for effective investigations to teach the cognitive interview, a relationship-based approach to dialogue with parties and witnesses designed to yield the best available evidence.

Learn how to conduct a trauma-informed interview and acquire sophisticated investigation skills that help your interviewees to feel comfort and trust while using techniques that draw out their memories and key details. Plus, work in groups to complete an investigation simulation exercise designed with the most critical elements of a civil rights investigation, including strategy development, interviews, and credibility assessments. ATIXA’s instructors guide participants through the simulation to help refine their skills and increase their confidence as investigators.

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Implementing the Title IX Regulations for K-12 Schools and Districts

June 2 | 8:30am-4:30pm MST

This one-day certification course provides a comprehensive review of the procedural and substantive elements of the new Title IX regulations, with a focus on practical implementation strategies for Title IX administrators. Course content focuses on the revised regulatory requirements and the policy, procedural, and practice changes needed to ensure compliance.

Title IX professionals will leave this course with an understanding of:

  • The elements of the various phases of the Title IX Grievance Process
  • Training and reporting requirements
  • Awareness and response requirements for pregnant and parenting students and employees
  • Protections for LGBTQIA+ individuals
  • Title IX scope and applicability

Expert presenters will place this discussion against the backdrop of ATIXA’s best practices approach for school/district sex-based discrimination and harassment grievance procedures, as well as more specific protections for non-discrimination on the basis of pregnancy or related conditions. They will share their best thinking and detail the many policy decisions facing Title IX professionals, including how to structure and staff your processes, as well as how to incorporate specific requirements that might apply to your school/district either because of state law requirements or governing court precedent in your jurisdiction.

ATIXA understands how challenging it has been for schools and districts to keep pace with the constant swinging pendulum of the Title IX regulations. We’re here to help you wade through the bureaucratic language to find clarity and the solid practices that will ensure you have a reputable, fair compliance program of integrity. You will leave this training with a solid understanding of the regulations and a plan for the specific implementation needs at your particular school/district.

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Title IX Compliance Essentials for K-12 Education

June 3 | 8:30am-4:30pm MST

Title IX Compliance Essentials for K-12 Education is designed to provide K-12 Title IX professionals with the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively address sex- and gender-based harassment and discrimination within their school or district’s education program and activities. Learn the key elements of Title IX compliance required of all K-12 schools that receive federal funding.

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Title IX Coordinator Foundations for K-12 Education

June 4 | 8:30am-4:30pm MST

ATIXA’s Title IX Coordinator Foundations for K-12 Education is designed to give K-12 Title IX Coordinators and administrators the comprehensive foundational training needed to understand the scope of their role and multi-faceted responsibilities under Title IX.

This course focuses on the Title IX Coordinator’s specific responsibilities at each phase of the Formal Grievance Process, from intake to appeal. ATIXA’s expert faculty members lead a discussion on how to structure and train your Title IX team, including the various roles and responsibilities for investigations, decision-making, informal resolution, and appeals.

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Title IX Investigator Foundations for K-12 Education

June 5 | 8:30am-4:30pm MST

ATIXA’s Investigator Foundations for K-12 Education is designed to give K-12 investigators the complete foundational training needed to understand the investigation process under Title IX, which can also be applied to complaints under other civil rights laws.

This course focuses on the investigator’s specific responsibilities at each distinct phase of an investigation. Participants will learn the fundamental skills necessary to plan and promptly complete investigations of sex- and gender-based misconduct in schools. ATIXA experts will lead participants through a comprehensive review of the investigation process, providing step-by-step guidance and advice, using a case study to provide an opportunity to practice each phase.

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Informal Resolution Foundations for K-12 Education

June 6 | 8:30am-4:30pm MST

This foundational course for K-12 schools and districts aims to familiarize participants with ATIXA’s Informal Resolution Framework and the crucial elements to consider when deciding if and how to offer informal resolution during the Title IX grievance process. It covers various topics, including the structural and policy choices that schools and districts must make and how each school’s culture affects those decisions.

Rather than adopting a particular alternative dispute resolution model (facilitated dialogue, restorative practices, mediation, etc.), ATIXA’s experts will provide various options suited to Title IX complaints to facilitate durable, fair, and equitable resolution. ATIXA’s expert faculty members will also guide participants through two case studies to practice informal resolution.

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Intersection with ADA, Section 504, and IDEA for K-12 Education

June 7 | 8:30am-4:30pm MST

This course is designed to comprehensively introduce the interaction and intersection between disability laws and Title IX compliance and processes. It is aimed at K-12 Title IX Coordinators, disability/access administrators, and other professionals who need to understand the essential disability laws that relate to Title IX regarding student discipline, accommodations, and adjustments.

The course covers the elements required for a well-developed accommodations process and the necessary grievance procedures. It then takes a deep dive into the unique and multi-faceted aspects of how Title IX processes, such as supportive measures, emergency removals, determinations, and sanctioning, may need to interface for students with disabilities. Finally, the course briefly touches on pregnancy-related accommodations and adjustments and service and emotional support animals.

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Protecting Gender Diversity in Education Workshop (Both HE/K-12 Focused)

June 3 | 8:30am-12:30pm MST

This workshop offers practical skills for navigating complex and emerging landscapes related to gender identity and expression in educational environments, including complaints of misgendering, mispronouncing, and deadnaming.

ATIXA’s expert faculty members will discuss best practices to comply with relevant federal laws and court decisions, including when state or local laws conflict. There is a lack of consensus among courts when Title IX/Equal Protection rights intersect with First Amendment freedoms, whether inside or outside the classroom. This workshop is designed to assist Title IX administrators in managing these complex matters. We will present best practices for a school or institution to support gender diversity and offer recommendations to ensure a supportive and inclusive educational community while protecting religious and academic freedom.

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Applying Policy in Investigations & Determinations Workshop (Both HE/K-12 Focused)

June 3 | 1:30pm-5:30pm MST

Title IX team members must deeply understand the Title IX policy-based offense definitions of their district, school, or institution. This includes complex legal constructs and terms of art. Deconstructing an offense definition into its component elements (parsing) is critical to effectively serving as an investigator or decision-maker, roles that must understand the process of converting policies into models of proof.

Participants will practice breaking down policy language into critical elements and using those elements to guide their analysis. ATIXA’s expert faculty members will demonstrate how to use policy deconstruction tools to provide clear insights into the tasks required during each phase of the formal grievance process. Participants can practice using policy interpretation tools for case studies covering investigations and decision-making in large-group, small-group, and individual settings.

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Establishing a Violence Risk Assessment Process Workshop (Both HE/K-12 Focused)

June 4 | 8:30am-12:30pm MST

The Title IX regulations mandate an individualized safety or risk analysis before an institution can limit educational access, such as emergency removal. This analysis often can and should take the form of a Violence Risk Assessment (VRA).

This workshop aims to assist practitioners in implementing an evidence-based process that reduces bias, mitigates legal risk exposure, avoids disability discrimination, and ensures consistency in determining (1) if a VRA is necessary, (2) who should conduct the VRA, and (3) what to do after receiving the VRA results report.

Participants will learn how to vet who conducts a VRA, how the VRA varies from other types of assessments, and how to work collaboratively with behavioral intervention, CARE, and threat assessment teams to ensure an efficient and thorough process.

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Investigating Sex/Gender Discrimination and Disparate Treatment Workshop (Both HE/K-12 Focused)

June 5 | 8:30am-12:30pm MST

As a sex/gender equity law, Title IX prohibits discrimination. This workshop sharpens participants’ skills in investigating discrimination complaints that fall into categories commonly termed disparate treatment (intentional) or disparate impact (unintentional) by the courts. Such complaints often involve investigating the impact of climate/culture, policies, and practices.

Intentional discrimination may include investigations of pay equity issues, favoring or disfavoring by sex, LGBTQIA+ exclusion, facilities disparities (housing, locker rooms, etc.), and program exclusion. These types of investigations require different skills and methodologies from harassment investigations and are predicated on other policies.

ATIXA’s expert faculty members will guide participants through ATIXA’s recommended investigation process for sex/gender discrimination complaints, sharing practical knowledge and tips to prepare participants to investigate complex complaints.

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Understanding Consent Workshop (Both HE/K-12 Focused)

June 7 | 8:30am-12:30pm MST

Understanding and analyzing consent requires an appreciation of the nuances of how consent really works. ATIXA’s expert faculty members will lead a detailed discussion of consent, including legal and policy constructs, consent communication, implied consent/reciprocation, ratification, incapacitation, conditions on consent, and withdrawal of consent.

Attendees will participate in small group breakout sessions to apply these lessons to short case studies. Following this, participants will share their findings and consolidate their learnings into a coherent consent construct with guidance from ATIXA faculty.

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Event Speakers

Erin Agidius, J.D.

Consultant, TNG

Kayleigh Baker, J.D.

Consultant, TNG; Advisory Board Member, ATIXA

Sharon Perry Fantini, Ph.D.

Partner, TNG & Advisory Board Member, ATIXA

Dan Fotoples, J.D., M.A.

Director, Content Development, TNG

Mandy Hambleton, M.S.

Senior Director of Content Development, TNG; Vice President, ATIXA

Alisha Carter Harris, M.S.

Senior Consultant, TNG

W. Scott Lewis, J.D.

Managing Partner, TNG; Advisory Board Member, ATIXA

Reid McCormick, M.L.S.

Consultant, TNG

Mikiba Morehead, M.A., Ed.D.

Consultant, TNG

Kimberly Pacelli, M.Ed., J.D.

Partner, TNG; Advisory Board Member, ATIXA

Saundra K. Schuster, M.A., J.D.

Partner, TNG; Advisory Board Member, ATIXA

Brett A. Sokolow, J.D.

Chair of the Board of Directors, TNG; Management Committee, TNG; Advisory Board Chair, ATIXA

Lauren Starnes, J.D.

Consultant, TNG

Daniel C. Swinton, J.D., Ed.D.

Partner, TNG; President, ATIXA

Joseph Vincent, M.L.S.

Partner, TNG; Advisory Board Member, ATIXA

Location & Hotel

Courses will be held on-site at the Embassy Suites by Hilton Denver Downtown Convention Center located at 1420 Stout Street, Denver, Colorado, 80202.

Contact the hotel directly at 303-592-1000 and mention ATIXA or click here to register on our personalized link.
Discounted room rates start at $229/ night, plus taxes, fees, and is available until the group block is sold out or our cut off date of May 11, 2024.

Attendees will be required to provide a first night’s deposit, one night room and tax will be charged if a reservation is canceled less than 48 hours in advance. There is no self-parking available, but a discounted $44/night for valet parking is available.

ATIXA cannot make special arrangements or assist in capturing discounted room rates post room block closing date of May 11, 2024 or by sell out. Any reservations made after the group block has closed will be accepted on a space and room-type availability and at prevailing room rates.

ATIXA will host a complimentary welcome reception on Tuesday from 4:30pm-6:00pm. Travel companions are welcome to attend as well. Super Members & K-12 Professional Development Package holders are also invited to a lunch reception on Wednesday.

We acknowledge that our event is being held on the traditional lands of the Cheyenne, Arapaho, and Ute People. ATIXA pays our respects and honors the land’s indigenous past, present, and future caretakers.

Directions

For information on directions and transportation to the Embassy Suites Denver Downtown, click here.

Denver International Airport
Distance from Hotel – 25 miles, Drive Time – 36 minutes

Self-parking is not available at the event hotel. Valet is available for $44.00 + tax per night.

Meals

ATIXA will provide continental breakfast each morning, a mid-morning coffee/tea break, and an afternoon snack each day. Lunch and dinner each evening will be on your own. Dining near the Embassy Suites Denver Downtown.

Attendee Reception

The attendee reception will be held Tuesday from 4:30-6:00pm MST. Travel companions are welcome to attend as well.

Super Members & K-12 Professional Development Package holders are also invited to a lunch reception on Wednesday.

Scholarships

Click here to apply. Scholarships are awarded to attend training & certification courses only. Applicants must be able to provide their own transportation, lodging, and meals. There will be no virtual attendance options.

Scholarship applications will close on April 19, 2024  and we will notify attendees of their status on April 26th. Click here to apply.

Sponsorships & Exhibitors

Contact denver@atixa.org for more information and to secure your spot at our exclusive events.

Current Exhibitors

ATIXA Welcomes TNGGuardian as an On-Site Exhibitor. 

Guardian Case Management Software, by Campus Kaizen, is the most configurable, most user-friendly case management software available to K-12 and Higher Education, and is the go-to system for clients who want a case management software that conforms to their processes and needs.

Guardian is often used by a single client to intake reports of and manage cases of Title IX, Student Conduct, Behavioral Intervention, Academic Integrity, Employee Relations, Bullying and more! Guardian is offered to clients as “All-In,” meaning a particular client may use Guardian for any and all functions they desire without additional cost.

Key Guardian features include the ability to create unique workflows for each type of case, segregate case access by person and/or case type, advanced analytics and automated reporting.

Visit Guardian’s website for more information!

Current Partners

NABITA welcomes NABITA as a partner.

The National Association for Behavioral Intervention and Threat Assessment (NABITA) is an organization for the support and professional development of behavioral intervention and threat assessment team members.

NABITA is committed to providing education, resources, and support to professionals in schools and in the workplace who endeavor every day to make their campuses and workplaces safer through caring prevention and intervention.

ATIXA welcomes TNG Consulting as a partner. 

TNG Consulting is the nation’s leader in educating and training others around critical issues related to safety and risk management. From proactive safety efforts to incident response to policies and procedures for long-term impact, we empower schools, colleges, and organizations to create long-term impact and safer, healthier communities.

FAQs / Find Your Answers

Training courses will be held at the Embassy Suites Denver Downtown located at 1420 Stout St, Denver, CO 80202.

Call to reserve a room at the hotel directly by calling 303-592-1000 or clicking here for a direct reservation link book your room today! Guest room pricing starts at $229 plus hotel taxes, fees. Discounted rates are available until the block closes May 11, 2024.

Member-Discounted Rates:

  • Two-Hour Seminar – $229
  • Half-Day Workshop – $399
  • One-day Higher Ed. Course – $845
  • One or Half-Day K-12 Course – $399
  • Two-Day Higher Ed. Course – $1,690

Non-Member Discounted Rates:

  • Two-Hour Seminar – $329
  • Half-Day Workshop – $499
  • One-day Higher Ed. Course – $945
  • One or Half-Day K-12 Course – $499
  • Two-Day Higher Ed. Course – $1,790

Multi-Course Discounted Rates:

  • 1st grouped individual – full price of registration
  • 2-4 grouped individuals – 15% discount on registrations
  • 5+ grouped individuals – 25% discount on registrations

Please create your order, click the “Pay Later” option upon checkout, and reach out to denver@atixa.org for discounts to be applied.

If you are interested in registering a large group, please contact inquiry@tngconsulting.com for personalized assistance.

ATIXA will provide continental breakfast each morning, a mid-morning coffee/tea break, and an afternoon snack each day. Lunch and dinner each evening will be on your own.

Yes, discounts are available. Registering for multiple courses or multiple participants is a great way to save.

Individualized discounts are as follows:

  • 1st registration – full price of registration
  • 2-4 registrations – 15% discount
  • 5+ registrations – 25% discount

Please create your order, click the “Pay Later” option upon checkout, and reach out to denver@atixa.org for discounts to be applied.

ATIXA understands that circumstances change, and events may arise that prohibit your ability to attend a training after you have registered. Our cancellation policy is outlined below:

  • Registration cancellation more than 3 months prior to event start date = 100% credit for up to 1 year minus a 15% or $99 processing fee, whichever is lower
  • Registration cancellation more than 1-3 months prior to event start date = 75% credit for up to 1 year
  • Registration cancellation more than 2 weeks-1 month prior to event start date = 50% credit for up to 1 year
  • Registration cancellation less than 2 weeks prior to event start date forfeits fee, including Super Members / K-12 Professional Development Package holders applying a training inclusion member benefit
  • Exceptions due to unavoidable hardship are made at the discretion of the Executive Director and requests can be sent to events@atixa.org
  • Please refer to ATIXA’s event policies for more information.

ATIXA has created a downloadable Supervisor Justification Letter to customize and send to your supervisor to demonstrate the value of our in-person training courses. Download the Training Justification Letter Now

Those attending training and certification courses will receive a 2-year certification and renew any current certifications. Those attending workshops and seminars will NOT receive a certification, but will receive digital badges. Workshop attendees receive 4 CCCs with Seminar attendees receiving 2 CCCs. Click here to learn more about CCCs.

Please check your ATIXA Event Lobby to ensure that you see your course name. You may also contact ATIXA at denver@atixa.org so that we can provide assistance or use the chat feature in the lower right-hand corner of the ATIXA site.

Click here to apply. Scholarships are awarded to attend training & certification courses only. Applicants must be able to provide their own transportation, lodging, and meals. There will be no virtual attendance options.

Scholarship applications will close on April 19, 2024  and we will notify attendees of their status on April 26th. Click here to apply.

ATIXA is committed to giving back! All proceeds from purchased items from ATIXA’s Swag Store will be reinvested into Title IX professionals through Training Scholarships and Research Awards. Browse the swag store now!

ATIXA provides accommodations in compliance with all federal laws. We work with our attendees to provide a positive experience, the registration process has a location to detail needed accommodations.

Please click here to view all that we provide.

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