Online & In-Person Training

CITI Online Training

Before you begin the online RCR courses we encourage you to confirm which training you are required to take. If you are required to take online training, and to ensure ease of CITI training registration, first identify whether you are a new user or you are already a registered user through CITI.  The process of selecting your course will be different based on your current status.

Upon navigating to the website, please be aware that UNL does not subscribe to the use of Single Sign On (SSO).  Usernames and passwords are chosen by the user.

New User Registration – Course Selection Instructions

More than one selection can be made when signing up through the new user registration process. If you have selected more than one course and it pertains to human subjects protections (i.e., IRB) or Conflict of Interest (COI), please refer to the human subjects training instructions or COI training instructions page for further guidance.

Registered User – Course Selection Instructions

Information for All Users

Beginning and Completing a Course

Training Record Maintenance and Updates

RCR In-person Training Workshop

Those receiving certain NIH support requiring in-person training, are required to complete face-to-face faculty and staff led workshops consisting of a series of short lectures, discussions and presentations of cases on scientific integrity and responsible conduct in research.

The Responsible Conduct in Research Workshop covers the following areas:

Faculty/Staff Participation: The Institutional Official, Director of Research Compliance, and other faculty or staff are lead instructors in the workshop who contribute to the rich discussions that characterize the training.

Duration: The RCR Workshop consists of eight classroom hours, delivered in segmented two or four-hour class meetings scheduled in consecutive weeks during each semester. Attendees are required to complete all eight contact hours of the sessions.

Frequency: The workshops are usually scheduled twice per year during both the Spring and Fall semesters. Additional workshops may be scheduled depending on participant enrollment and demand.

After completion of the workshop an “RCR Completion Letter” is provided to the attendee and a record of such is maintained by Research Compliance Services.

Spring 2019 in-person training dates are currently closed. The upcoming Fall schedule will be posted in the near future.