TITAN University (TU) will disclose, in advance of any learning event, any instructor’s proprietary interest in any product, instrument, device, service, or material to be discussed during the learning event, as well as the source of any third-party compensation related to the presentation. This policy applies to both TU employees, learners, and any other users of our website, mobile website version, and mobile app.

TU will reference instructor proprietary interests appropriately in instructional materials it publishes. If no such proprietary interests exist, TU will publish a disclaimer in marketing or instructional materials. TU retains the right to review and approve branding associated with any proprietary interests.

Instructors do not promote the exclusive use of any commercial product in published instructional materials or during instruction. Instructors’ discussion of their proprietary interests during instruction is limited to relevant contexts and includes consideration of alternative products or companies that are comparable to the instructor’s.

Immediately upon being assigned to present a learning event, an employee/instructor must disclose any existing proprietary interests relevant to the instructional assignment. Disclosure will be made to the immediate supervisor, the training coordinator, CTE and Human Resources. If an instructor acquires a proprietary interest after marketing materials have been produced and distributed for a learning event affected by this policy, the instructor shall provide and document written disclosure to learners at the beginning of the course.

Such disclosure shall be documented in the record of the learning event No TU instructor may present or assist in presenting a CEU learning event until all pertinent proprietary interests have been disclosed to TU and learners as provided in this policy. Failure to comply may be considered grounds for disciplinary action of TU employees.