National University System (NSU) selected Get Inclusive to power its online student and employee compliance training initiatives through a competitive RFP process. Matthew Medeiros, Chief Compliance Officer, for National University and its affiliates led the evaluation process.
National University System (NUS), established in 2001, is a progressive model in higher education – a network of four accredited nonprofit universities dedicated to offering innovative and relevant education programs to a diverse population of students.
Its universities include National University, Northcentral University, City University of Seattle, and John F. Kennedy University. In total, NUS serves over 45,000 students. Matthew Medeiros, Chief Compliance Officer for National University, oversaw the RFP evaluation process for the NSU’s student and employee compliance training needs.
Chief Compliance Officer
Student & Employee Training Site License
Why did you leave EVERFI?
Q. Describe the scope of what National University System needed from a new training vendor.
A. “ NSU initiated an RFP process for a learning/development platform (and modules) to facilitate employee and student training across the System’s 4 affiliate institutions. NSU reviewed external vendors in an effort to achieve greater customization, reporting, tracking and training content to meet Academic, Information Technology (IT), Human Resources (HR), Legal, Compliance, and other stakeholder needs. NSU determined that this new system needed to be more automated, customizable, adaptable, efficient, user-friendly, and trackable than its current system. The goal of implementing a new vendor was to achieve improved operations, management, compliance with federal/state mandates, and better interaction/development for trainees.”
Chief Compliance Officer
National University System
Q. What’s NSU’s great challenge in implementing a compliance training program?
A.“ Get Inclusive needed to help NSU determine how best to automate our file exchange for users and course completions across our 4 campuses, 45,000 students.”
1. Harassment/Sexual Assault prevention
2. Title IX/Clery/VAWA separate or included required
3. Drug/Alcohol Abuse Prevention
4. Security/Active Shooter
5. Mental health awareness/wellness
6. Continuing ed courses
1. Harassment Prevention training
2. Sexual Assault Prevention
3. Diversity/Bias training
4. ADA/Disabilities training
6. Clery training
7. Data security/privacy
8. PCI training
10. Workplace Violence prevention
11. Injury & Illness prevention (OSHA)
12. Ethics training
13. EU General Data Protection Regulation