Everyone who has access to human subject’s data (collecting, analyzing, or accessing by position of sitting on a doctoral committee, etc.) must be listed on IRB protocols and complete human subject’s training. Salisbury University subscribes to CITI Program to support researchers in fulfilling this requirement. The CITI training program is available for free to anyone associated with a Salisbury University protocol. Investigators may also submit NIH or related training from other institutions to fulfill this requirement.
To create an account, click here: https://about.citiprogram.org/en/homepage/
CITI training certification must be filed with the Office of Graduate Studies and Research… Prior to the collection of data.
Faculty researchers should complete modules they deem appropriate for their research.
Principle Investigators (PIs) must determine which modules are appropriate for co-PIs, Co-investigators, and others named on the protocol. Those handling data without an SU email address or affiliation can access CITI training for free indicating Salisbury University as their related institution.
The IRB requires that student investigators complete the “Students in Research” module. Faculty PIs should determine if other modules are appropriate for students to complete.
About the middle of that page you'll find the following:
Information on student research and the IRB process - links to http://www.salisbury.edu/gsr/research/compliance/irb/NEW_For_Student_Projects.html
CITI Training Recommendations" - links to http://www.salisbury.edu/gsr/research/compliance/irb/Forms_Documents/citi_training_recommendations.pdf