The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the federal agency responsible for enforcing laws against employment discrimination and providing outreach and education to the public announced today that its registration system for federal and private sector training courses is open.
The EEOC provides technical assistance training to both federal and private sector employers. For federal sector employees, virtual courses began on June 13. With more than 25 courses offered through September, federal sector employees have numerous options to choose from, including EEO training for new investigators and counselors, barrier analysis, anti-harassment program management, and more.
These courses are designed to meet the MD-110 training requirements for EEO counselors, investigators, special emphasis program managers, and attorneys. More information regarding the federal sector courses including the calendar of events can be found at: https://tinyurl.com/72edbm9b
Private sector virtual workshops begin June 28, 2022 and include such topics as pay equity, racial justice and systemic discrimination, civil rights and the pandemic, retaliation, algorithmic fairness and AI, LGBTQI+ issues, legal updates, and many more. These courses are designed for HR professionals, attorneys, supervisors and managers, and EEO professionals.
Additional details regarding private sector workshops including course lists, agendas, pricing information and more, can be found at EEOC Training Institute | U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. The Training Institute can also be reached at (866) 446-0940 or at email@example.com.
“The EEOC is the industry expert. We are excited to offer an array of courses and workshops for private sector employers that are designed to address the most pressing needs in today’s workplace,” said Katrina Grider, EEOC’s revolving fund associate director for curriculum, training, and education. “We encourage employers and employees alike to take advantage of the courses to continue making equitable, accessible, and inclusive workplaces.”
The EEOC advances opportunity in the workplace by enforcing federal laws prohibiting employment discrimination. More information is available at www.eeoc.gov.