Faculty and Staff Training

At Champlain College, we value the wellbeing of our faculty, staff, and students, and we strive to create an inclusive environment in which all members of our community feel safe, respected and supported. To continue our efforts in this area, we require all employees to complete the following courses provided by EduRisk:

  • Mosaic: Prevent Harassment Together - Faculty & Staff Version
  • Mosaic: Prevent Harassment Together - Supervisors Version
  • Mosaic: Prevent Sexual Violence Together

These online learning courses will help you develop an understanding of harassment, sexual violence, and unlawful discrimination, how they may show up, and our individual and collective responsibility to prevent them. By increasing awareness and knowledge of these issues, we equip all members with the tools to co-create a safe learning, working, and living environment free from violence, unlawful discrimination, and harassment.

A history of your completed courses is available in "My Completions". You will also receive an email containing a link to your certificate of completion upon successful conclusion of the course. At various times, the courses will recommend that you refer to the college's policy. Please use Champlain College's policies below as references:

Tips for completing courses

  • Pop-up blocker must be disabled for ue.blackboard.com
  • Ensure your computer meets all System Requirements

Tips for logging in to the Learning Portal

The first time you log in, the system will prompt you to reset your temporary password and set a security question. See a sample email here: 

Additional Support

If you have any issues with sign-in or accessing the courses, visit the Support Portal at portalhelp.ue.org or click any Support Portal link on the site. 

All other questions should be directed to the People Ceneter at peoplecenter@champlain.edu

Report Emergencies

  • If you feel threatened or know of someone who is in extreme distress, call 911.
  • Campus Public Safety is another resource: (802) 865-6465.
  • The Student Care & Response Team does NOT respond directly to emergencies.

Report a Concern