EEO Certificate Programs
NEW INVESTIGATORS TRAINING – 32 HOURS ONLINE
Dates: TBA –Training dates are coordinated when min 5 students have registered
Methods: Instructor Led- Web-conference / Class room ( Participants may join via web-conference or at out offices in Arlington Virginia.
This program meets the requirement for EEOC to fulfill the requisite 32-hour training requirement for new federal counselors and investigators. Participants are taught basics regarding EEO law and provided with the opportunity to develop essential investigative techniques in a small group setting. Trainers also use instructive exercises to assist participants in completing two actual investigations, which include allegations of harassment, disparate treatment, and disability discrimination.
NEW COUNSELORS TRAINING – 32 HOURS ONLINE
Dates: Nov 16-19.
Adhoc training is coordinated when five students have registered
Methods: Instructor Led- Web-conference / Classroom ( Participants may join via web conference or at our offices in Arlington Virginia.
The purpose of this training is to introduce students to EEO counseling and help EEO Counselors develop techniques through lectures, discussion, and interactive role-plays that help the EEO Counselor succeed in the Federal sector. The EEO Counselor serves as a liaison between the employee and management in the informal complaint processing stage.
8-HOUR ANNUAL REFRESHER REQUIREMENT
Format Self-Paced | Certificate of Completion CEUs
This course meets the annual 8-hour requirement for federal EEO investigators. Participants will receive instruction on recent developments in federal sector EEO and discuss how these changes affect investigations of complaints filed by federal employees. Participants will also practice their investigative skills.
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