Education and Training

CITI RCR Training

The Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) at the University of Miami provides web-based training for research related activities including the Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR).  AU currently contracts with CITI for RCR training.

You must pass the training with at least an 80% score.  When you have completed all of the required modules, print the completion certificate and submit a copy to the project PI who will forward the documentation to the appropriate Department Head(s).

For additional information about CITI, see RCR Training FAQs

Do you have a CITI account and have enrolled in RCR Training?

To access the CITI website and continue the RCR Training, click here and log into CITI using your username and password.

Do you have a CITI account, but have NOT enrolled in the RCR Training?

If you have previously registered with CITI, you will need to add the CITI RCR training to your existing account. Instructions for adding CITI to an existing user account can be found here.  You may want to print the instructions and have them available when you log in. 

Do you need to register with CITI and enroll in the RCR Training?

If you have not previously registered with CITI, instructions for registering and enrolling in the CITI RCR training are provided here.  You may want to print the instructions and have them available when you register. 

Are there specific web browser requirements to access CITI?

To make full use of CITI it is important to use a current browser version when accessing CITI Program. The vast majority of browsers made available within the last 3-4 years will support all CITI Program features. Older versions may not, as they are often less secure and provide less functionality. CITI currently offers full support for four browsers: Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Safari, since these constitute 99 percent of CITI Program traffic. 

Note that effective March 2015, CITI Program's website will block use of Internet Explorer version 7, which is now more than 8 years old, as it does earlier versions of IE. Site users will need to have IE 8 or later, or use a current version of Chrome, Firefox, or Safari.

Last Updated: 1/13/2014