Prohibited Activities – Staff Edition

What’s this course all about?

On3Learn’s Prohibited Activities Course for Staff helps participants gain an understanding of the different prohibited activities and how to ensure compliance with the rules and regulations from internal monitoring processes to site and member management.  Our course not only teaches what the rules and regulations are, but also provides participants with multiple opportunities to get hands-on practice identifying prohibited activities through a variety of scenarios.

This course also includes a pre-test and post-test to track your progress and knowledge gained

Course Objectives

After completion of this course, participants will:Prohibited Activities Staff Edition road signs screenshot

  1. Know the background and risks related to prohibited activities including the background and context of the prohibited activities and what’s at stake if you are non-compliant.
  2. Understand and identify the prohibited activities in varied contexts.
  3. Equip your program to be able to prevent and monitor for prohibited activities including different tools and methods.
  4. Have practiced identifying prohibited activities in real-life scenarios and documents.

Resources You Can Use

Staff members will receive the following resources as part of taking the course.

  • Downloadable document showing the Prohibited Activities listed from § 2520.65.
  • Sample excerpt from a Member Service Agreement showing how to incorporate and reference the prohibited activities.
  • Monitoring strategies including a sample monitoring plan for your program to adapt and utilize for monitoring your program.    

Prohibited Activities Drag and Drop screen shotWho Should Take this Course?

AmeriCorps staff.  This course should be taken by any staff responsible for running an AmeriCorps program  and can also be a very helpful resource for site supervisors or others involved with your program that are responsible for ensuring compliance with the prohibited activities.

Demonstrate Due Diligence

In addition, each participant also receives a certificate of completion once they’ve successfully finished the course. This can be a great document to demonstrate how your program is doing its due diligence and training staff to ensure compliance with the prohibited activities.