The training that is required of Title IX personnel under the Final Title IX Rule is that they need to be trained on the definition of sexual harassment. Under the Final Rule, they need to be trained on the scope of a school's education program and activities. They need to be trained on how to investigate and follow a Title IX grievance process, including hearings, appeals, and as applicable, an informal resolution process. They also need to be trained on how to serve impartially including avoiding prejudgment of any issues, and also avoiding conflict of interest and bias.
The stakes are incredibly high in a Title IX case. If you're facing a Title IX case, or have a concern of any kind, having an experienced attorney advisor can help you best navigate the process and can help you work towards trying to ensure a fair process and a favorable outcome, and they should be involved from as early as possible in the case.