eCompliance 2016 Released
INDIANAPOLIS - Tau Kappa Epsilon’s release of the eCompliance program two years ago demonstrated the Fraternity’s commitment as a leader in the fraternal world. The original curriculum covered topics including illegal substances, underage drinking and the prevention of sexual assault. The program was required to be completed by all collegiate members.
Today, Tau Kappa Epsilon has released the third version of eCompliance. This Risk Management 2016 Update reviews the policies released in July that announced updated policies on firearms, explosives and incendiary devices as well as sexual misconduct.
The eCompliance online program will once again be a requirement for all active and new members of the Fraternity. The eCompliance program educates members on Risk Management Guidelines so each Frater can do his part.
This year’s eCompliance video message focuses on the changes to the Risk Management Guidelines, specifically with respect to the topics of firearms and consent. The system is currently live for all active members and new members. It is an expectation that the program is completed by December 1, 2016 for every Frater to remain in good standing. New members will take an identical program to active members and should complete the program during the semester or quarter they are initiated.
Any active members who failed to complete last year’s program will be placed on temporary suspension pending their successful completion. Notifications for those suspensions will be sent out by the end of September.
The system can be accessed at edu.tke.org.
For more information, please contact:Alex D. Baker
Technology & Communications Consultant
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