Imagine a world where your students know how to care for themselves and for each other.

Take the first step toward this vision with Voices for Change, an online learning experience that exceeds Title IX/Clery Act compliance to enable academic communities of engaged bystanders who can identify harmful situations, and have the motivation and skills needed to intervene.

With a focus on self-reflection and concept application, Voices for Change weaves bystander engagement and intervention throughout four topic areas that can be used independently or as a single, comprehensive course.

Course modules

Identity & Inclusion

Most of us are guilty of stereotyping, having biases, or committing microaggressions, but we often can’t identify it in the moment. This module will help learners reflect on their own actions and beliefs as well as strategize ways to become more inclusive going forward.

By understanding the impact of their actions, learners will build motivation to intervene in situations of bias. By the end of this module, learners will have a deeper understanding of social identities, as well as concepts like implicit bias, stereotypes, and microaggressions. Students will learn how to play a role in creating a safe and inclusive environment for our friends, peers, and classmates.

Consent & Sexual Violence

Sexual assault and harassment are finally being talked about on a national scale, and so it is more important than ever to educate students about consent and sexual violence. It’s also critical to provide them with the practice necessary to intervene if they become aware of misconduct.

Through reflection, learners will consider how sexual violence has presented itself in their communities and then develop the skills necessary to intervene in these situations. After completing this module, your students will understand that sexual violence is about power and control and that to make change, people must not only intervene on an interpersonal level, but also with the culture that
perpetuates it.

Alcohol & Other Drugs

Substance use and abuse can be a big part of an academic community. Students often feel like there are specific expectations, group norms, or social gatherings based around substance use.

Within this module, we challenge learners to consider the impacts of alcohol and drugs, the way they play out in social settings, and how to set boundaries for themselves around their own substance usage. Learners will be offered interactive scenarios to intervene in situations where others are being unsafe and have time to reflect on which options feel best to them in given situations. By the end, they’ll have back-pocket tactics to take care of themselves as well as skills to intervene in harmful situations impacting others.

Hazing & Intimidation

Most have heard about how bad hazing can be, but many students don’t realize how widespread it actually is. This module will dispel some common myths that exist about hazing and paint a realistic picture of what hazing and bullying
looks like.

This module will help learners realize that power and control have no place in any type of relationship - even friendship, teammates, brotherhood, or sisterhood. After completing this module, learners will have a deeper understanding of how and why hazing appears, the implications, and how they can each intervene to prevent it from affecting their communities.
20 minutes
  • Title IX
  • Clery Act
  • NCAA
Primary course module
  • Undergrad
  • Graduate
  • Community College
  • Faith-Based
  • Student Athlete
  • Adult Learners
  • Video scenarios
  • Infographics
  • Readings
  • Pre and post survey
  • Quizzes

LMS Features

Use Get Inclusive’s training platform to assign and track courses or integrate with your LMS via SCORM/AICC.
Integration options through Single-Sign-On (SSO), HRIS, SCORM, AICC and xAPI.
Configurable dashboard for real-time course completion tracking.
Fully customizable data field and attribute configurations.
Alternative training options for employees without email or computer access.
Integrated policy acknowledgment, tracking, and reporting.
Private label options for corporate branding within courses, notifications and LMS.
Brittany Todd, M.Ed., Director of Risk Intervention & Safety Education at Texas Tech University
“They are honest and transparent. If they can’t do something, they figure out an alternative or communicate why it is not possible. The financial commitment matches the level of customer service and personalized attention that we receive. “
Brittany Todd, M.Ed.
Director, Risk Intervention & Safety Education
Nathan Harlan, Executive Director of the Office of Student Wellness at West Virginia University
“No two institutions are exactly alike, therefore the approach to online training can't be either.  Get Inclusive gets that and made the time to learn about WVU and become a partner rather than just a vendor.”
Executive Director, Office of Student Wellness


Get Inclusive courses are built modularized for easy configuration and customization.
Update Title IX information and relaunch to learners in minutes.
Remove and reorder content throughout the course.
Add videos, images, welcome letters and other campus specific information.
Incorporate institutional policies, definitions, and track acknowledgement.
Combine courses to consolidate annual training assignments.
Upgrade to Private Label and get advanced branding features across courses and LMS.



Included standard in all training packages
  • Mass upload/course assignments
  • Automated email reminders / notifications
  • Magic link - password-less one-click-to-course access.
  • Ad Hoc reports from dashboard (executive summary PDF + learner details in Excel)


A robust set of advanced features and automations
  • Single-Sign-On authentication for learners and admins
  • Single campus-wide link
  • Ability to auto assign courses based on role attributes
  • Ability to have direct logins for users who do not have SSO accounts
FTP/API Inbound:
  • Creating learner accounts
  • Auto-deactivation / reactivating learner accounts
  • Unlimited data-attributes (categories, labels, tags, etc.)
  • Course Auto assignment / unassignment based on data-attributes
FTP/API Outbound:
  • Multiple secure FTP drops throughout the day with completion data (or also pending learners data)
Enhanced Reporting:
  • Automated schedules


Advanced is designed for multi-campus institutions
Multiple SSO:
  • Enabling multiple SSO integrations
Multi-tiered Permission:
  • Applying activity-specific visibility and permissions at campus/course level.
Multi-campus FTP:
  • Enable learner data import from multiple data sources
  • Auto margining / Duplicate handling
Rolling Due Date Escalation:
  • Auto notify supervisors in “past due” notifications based on rolling deadlines. Escalated emails 30,60,90 days after deadline.


Get Inclusive powers a SCORM integration package
SCORM Dispatch:
  • Admin Reporting
  • Admin SSO

a la carte upgrades


Get Inclusive offers courses in multiple languages. Select your courses and languages, and we’ll build a custom package that meets your needs.

Private Label

Get Inclusive offers deep custom branding on a course by course basis. We recommend Private Label for our primary flagship courses.

SCORM Hosting

Get Inclusive offers deep custom branding on a course by course basis. We recommend Private Label for our primary flagship courses.

SMS Engage:

Improve course deliverability and completion rates through SMS Engage. We offer tiered, usage based pricing tiers.

Custom URL

Create a custom URL with SSO to help increase adoption. Includes single sign-on (

Real-time Hold Removal

For institutions implementing registration holds, we strongly recommend this feature to ensure students have immediate registration access upon successful course completion. (via webooks)

Enhanced Email

Increase course participation and email open rates with this integrated email feature. All course assignments will be delivered via (not from

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