Confirm You Completed the Training

Did you watch the Minors Policy Training Video from beginning to end?  If so, you may choose a number of ways to inform the Program Coordinator that you completed the training.  

  1. Electronically notify the Program Coordinator that you completed the training.  Note:  You need to have his or her email address in order to use this option.  You can electronically submit this information using the following link:  Electronic Confirmation That Minors Training Completed.
  2. Generate a "Certificate of Completion" by clicking here: Fillable Certificate of Completion.  Once you've filled in that form, you can print it and/or save it.  It's recommended that you save a copy for your files.  You can then either deliver a print-out, or (outside this system) send a copy of the .pdf to the Program Coordinator.  Note:  Printing and saving, using the buttons on the form, work best using Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox as your browser.  
  3. Simply email the Program Coordinator using your regular email account (that is, outside this website).  In that email, you should mention what event you intend to participate in; what date you watched the Minors Policy Training Video; and include language such as:  "By sending you this email, I state that have watched the University of Dayton Children on Campus and Working with Minors Policy Training video; I understand my behavioral and reporting responsibilities under that Policy; and I agree to comply with that Policy."

Whatever method you choose, be clear that you watched the video, you understand the behavioral and reporting requirements, and you agree to comply with the Minors Policy.

Important:    

By submitting confirmation that you watched the Children on Campus and Working with Minors Policy Training Video, you are confirming that you watched it, that you understand the behavioral and reporting responsibilities under that Policy; and you agree to comply with that Policy.  Regardless of how you to choose to inform the Program Coordinator that you completed the training, you must do so honestly.  In other words, if you submit confirmation but have not completed the training, or you purposefully insert an incorrect name or date, such dishonesty is considered a violation of the Minors Policy and may be considered a violation of other University policies or standards of conduct.  As such, dishonest submission of information could be subject to disciplinary action by the University, and/or the loss of the privilege of being involved in University programs where minors are expected to be present.