EEAC's Managersí Fair Employment Practices On-Line Training Program is a self-directed interactive on-line training tool designed to educate your managers and supervisors on their responsibilities and roles in keeping your company compliant with its EEO and AA obligations. Our Managersí Fair Employment Practices On-Line Training Program essentially is a compilation of EEAC's popular "Managers Series" pamphlets, reformatted into an on-line training course.
The Managers on-line course, developed and reviewed by EEACís subject-matter experts, offers EEAC members a convenient and efficient way to educate their managers and supervisors on EEO/AA compliance basics. Review questions are interspersed throughout the program, and the last section is a 22-question quiz designed to assess the managerís general comprehension of the material presented. It should take the typical user anywhere from one to two hours to complete the program.
The course is divided into five sections: (1) Introduction and Overview; (2) Preventing Workplace Discrimination; (3) Applying Discrimination Prevention in Practice; (4) Affirmative Action Requirements; and (5) Final Assessment. Click here to view the Table of Contents.
The program also features an administrative component that provides a report accessible by a corporate administrator showing the name and ID number of the individual manager taking the training, the date of training completion, and their individual assessment score. To access a free demo of the course to allow you to evaluate its potential value as a training tool for your managers, please call the EEAC Program Line at 202-629-5655.
For a one-time licensing fee of $5,995, you will receive the necessary electronic files to run and administer the program off your company's intranet, or through your Learning Management System (Requires SCORM version 1.2 and 2004 compliant). This approach allows your company to train an unlimited number of supervisors and managers, whenever convenient, and develop your own administrative reports using Microsoft Access databases.