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EEO Equal Employment Opportunity 2012 Curriculum Brochure

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Graduate School USA’s Human Resources curriculum offers a comprehensive selection of courses designed to provide participants with knowledge of the requirements and Principles of Equal Employment Opportunity. Understand the complexities of EEO laws, prepare to be an effective EEO counselor, learn how to create an inclusive workplace environment, and more. Legal knowledge and interpersonal skills are both emphasized in these essential courses.

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EEO Equal Employment Opportunity
2011 Curriculum

EEO Equal Employment Opportunity
The Graduate School’s Human Resources curriculum offers a comprehensive selection of courses designed to provide participants with knowledge of the requirements and principles of Equal Employment Opportunity. Through our courses, you understand the complexities of EEO laws, prepare to be an effective EEO counselor, learn how to create an inclusive workplace environment, and more. Legal knowledge and interpersonal skills are both emphasized in these essential courses.

EEO Distance Education
Want an alternative you can take anytime and anywhere? We offer the same excellent EEO training in a format that fits into your busy schedule. For more information on our Distance Education courses, please go to graduateschool.edu/distance.

EEO counseling EEOP7002N EEO – its place in the Federal Government EEOP7051N introduction to Federal EEO EEOP7004N

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no FEar act EEOP7005N
preventing Sexual harassment in the Workplace EEOP7003N

recognizing and preventing EEOP7802A Workplace Discrimination Sexual harassment Overview EEOP7804A

Federal EEO Counseling
4 DayS / 2.4 CEU / Tuition $1,095

Managing Workforce Diversity (On-site only)
2 DayS / 1.2 CEU

EEOP7100D

EEOP7001D

Prepare to be an effective equal employment opportunity (EEO) counselor. In this course, you learn about the Counselor’s roles and responsibilities. you study the laws and regulations that govern federal EEO and the federal EEO complaint procedure, including Title VII of the Civil Rights act of 1964; the Rehabilitation act of 1973; the americans with Disabilities act (aDa); the age Discrimination in Employment act of 1967; and the Equal Pay act of 1963 (EPa). you also learn about theories of discrimination, including disparate treatment, adverse impact and reasonable accommodation theories, and analyze fragmentation issues. you practice providing EEO counseling, including the initial intake session with an aggrieved person, and you acquire the skills you need to counsel employees and handle complaints.

Learn how to create an inclusive environment that capitalizes on today’s complex and dynamic workplace. you’ll understand the impact and value of differences—in backgrounds, generations, cultural experiences, perspectives, personality and heritage—and you’ll learn how your behaviors impact people differently.

Roles and Responsibilities of the EEO Advisory Committee
2 DayS / 1.2 CEU / Tuition $645TUITION $645

EEOP8110D

EEO in the Federal Sector
3 DayS / 1.8 CEU / Tuition $925ION $925

EEOP7010D

Understand the basics of EEO laws as they affect federal employment. you learn about theories of discrimination; the federal sector EEO process; techniques for identifying and preventing workplace discrimination, harassment and retaliation; and responsibilities for affirmative employment in the federal sector. This course is part of the Certificates of accomplishment in Human Resources Management.

Build a strong, effective Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) advisory committee. In this course, you identify the roles and responsibilities of committee members. you learn the EEO laws, regulations and directives that affect the federal sector, and acquire the skills needed to communicate and coordinate with top management regarding EEO and diversity issues.

Sexual Harassment Prevention for Supervisors (On-site only)
1 Day / 0.6 CEU

EEOP0011D

EEO for Supervisors and Managers
2 DayS / 1.2 CEU / Tuition $645ITION $645

EEOP8101D

Enhance your role as a supervisor of federal employees by learning about your Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) responsibilities. Learn the basic obligations and opportunities of supervisors and managers in maintaining a diverse workforce. you also learn the employer’s obligations to the complainant and the accused during the processing of an EEO complaint; your rights and obligations in the EEO complaint process; and your role in affirmative employment planning.

Understand your role and responsibilities in preventing sexual harassment. you learn the different types of sexual harassment; to distinguish sexual harassment from sexual favoritism; to identify actions that create a hostile and intimidating work environment and the avenues for discussing sexual harassment issues; to understand personal liability in harassment cases; your responsibilities to the harassed and the accused employee; the types of remedies that are available; and “tangible employment actions” as they relate to sexual harassment.

Special Emphasis Program Management
3 DayS / 1.8 CEU / Tuition $925UITION $925

Sexual Harassment Prevention for Employees (On-site only)
1 Day / 0.6 CEU

EEOP8114D

EEOP0010D

Get the guidance you need as a Special Emphasis Program (SEP) manager. you get an overview of Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and affirmative employment, and learn to develop a strategy for managing and implementing your program. you learn how to allocate resources, sponsor appropriate SEP activities, conduct briefings and presentations, and identify employment barriers that impact your target group.

Sexual harassment is not only illegal but also detracts from workplace productivity and professionalism. Understand your role in preventing sexual harassment. you learn the various types of sexual harassment; how to distinguish sexual harassment from sexual favoritism; the avenues for discussing sexual harassment issues; your rights to file a sexual harassment complaint; and the types of remedies that are available.

For more information, visit graduateschool.edu or call us at (888) 744-GraD.
Visit graduateschool.edu/certificates for more details about our certificates of accomplishment in Human Resources Management.

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The Graduate School is accredited by the Council on Occupational Education (COE), a national accrediting body recognized by the Department of Education. This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

The Graduate School prohibits discrimination in all its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, and, where applicable, on the basis of sex or gender, marital status, familial status, parental status, religion, sexual orientation, genetic information, political beliefs, veterans status, on the basis that all or part of an individual’s income is derived from any public assistance program, or in reprisal for pursuing rights under any of the above.

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