Oklahoma City Community College’s (OCCC) Professional Development Institute (PDI), a center of excellence for continuing education and workforce development, will offer Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) training for new federal investigators starting Saturday, June 3, 2017.
The four-day, 32-hour, $875 training meets federal EEO MD-110 requirements and will include EEO law basics and investigative techniques. “This is a great opportunity to be independently employed and have flexibility within your schedule. It’s also a good skill for HR employees to have for internal investigations,â€ PDI Director John Claybon said.
The training will also include an overview of the EEO process (29 C.F.R. Part 1614), case management process, techniques for planning and conducting interviews, investigative reports and summaries, a report of investigation and the roles and responsibilities of an EEO investigator. Students will receive in-class materials and study relevant statues and cases.
“Often, professionals must travel out of state to obtain this certification. There is no to do this. It is available to you right here in OKC in four days,â€ says PDI Director John Claybon. The independent contractor’s typical case earns $1,200, a complex case earns up to $2,500.
The course will be held 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., with a lunch break, each Saturday starting June 3 ending June 24, at the PDI building, located at 7124 S. I-35 Service Road. For more information, please contact Kirstin Krug at (405) 682-7856 or email@example.com, or visit /pdi.
OCCC’s PDI launched over 15 years ago in response to the growing need for continuing education and workforce development in Oklahoma City, its surrounding cities and in the nation and furthers OCCC’s mission to community outreach and education. The institute’s program includes relevant and innovative training solutions taught by leading, certified professionals that meet the needs of the Oklahoma and national economy. Training complies with industry regulations and satisfies requirements for industry certifications, licensing and credit hours.
OCCC enrolls more than 20,000 students and has more than 90,000 participants in its various community programs annually. The college is currently the largest adult basic education provider in the state. OCCC offers a full range of associate degree programs that prepare students to transfer to baccalaureate institutions while other degree and certificate programs prepare students for immediate employment. At OCCC, students receive a quality education with small class sizes, dedicated professors and leadership opportunities. Students can choose from more than 80 major fields of study and participate in any of the 40+ clubs and organizations. For more information about OCCC, visit www.occc.edu.