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Online Training

DCI’s web training program allows participants to go at their own pace. Topics are broken up into easy to digest modules or trainings. Each module or training includes a quiz to assist participants in their understanding and grasp of the subject matter.

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Time: 45 minutes
Cost: $79
For Federal contractors and employers alike, accurate annual EEO-1 reporting, is an important corporate responsibility. Additionally, Federal contractors have a further requirement to annually complete the VETS-4212 report. This training will provide information on the background, requirements, and reporting process for both the EEO-1 and VETS-4212 reporting.  We will also provide some recommendations and considerations for preparing the data and reports in an efficient and timely manner.... (Read more)
Time: October 9, 2018 9:00am-4:00pm
Cost: 199
This one day session provides the basics on federal contractor EEO and affirmative action compliance obligations.  This session will cover topics such as:   Regulation Overview AAP Process and Structure Internet Applicant/Recruiting Compliance Reviews And More!   View Full AAP 101 Program Agenda   Location: DCI Consulting 1920 I Street NW Washington, DC 20006 NOTE: The location for this training is in a historical building so if you need any... (Read more)
Time: approximately 30 minutes
Module I provides a brief overview of foundational topics as an introduction to the affirmative action obligations that are essential for the education of any compliance or human resources professional. This module sets the stage for the remaining modules and provides appropriate background information necessary for understanding the remaining modules.   Main topics include: Brief History of Affirmative Action for Federal Contractors Major Regulations that Govern Affirmative... (Read more)
Time: approximately 30 minutes
Module II covers the requirements for an affirmative action plan. The module helps contractors to determine which regulations apply to them based on company size and locations and provides recommendations for AAP structure and employee definition based on requirements to determine who is included in the AAP. The module defines key requirements, which allows for application to the individual contractor. Required analysis and report requirements are discussed in detail to allow for understanding... (Read more)
Time: approximately 25 minutes
Module III is an essential component for any compliance or HR professional’s training (or refresher) in affirmative action compliance obligations. This module provides an in-depth review of the numerous compliance requirements that are separate from, or tangential to, a company’s affirmative action plan. Participants will leave with a comprehensive understanding of what all of their obligations are (separate from their required analytics and narratives, which were covered in Module II), as... (Read more)
Time: approximately 45 minutes
Module IV provides an in-depth discussion covering the regulatory requirements and practical implications for a proper availability set-up, utilization analysis, and goal summary. These reports and analytics are the heart of an affirmative action plan. The training will provide a breakdown of the regulatory requirements for an understanding of how the analyses are conducted, interpretation of results, and importance of the set-up. The training will also provide recommendations for each set of... (Read more)
Time: approximately 30 minutes
In addition to taking affirmative action for females and minorities, federal contractors are also required to ensure equal employment opportunity for protected classes (i.e., race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, and protected veteran or disability status). Module V is devoted to the understanding of those personnel activity analyses required for these non-discrimination requirements. This module covers the regulatory context, provides recommendations... (Read more)
Time: approximately 25 minutes
Hiring tends to be a major focus for the OFCCP. Due to this and the various compliance obligations related to hiring, the role of a recruiter or other talent management professional is critical to successful compliance. This module provides a comprehensive review of recordkeeping and self-identification obligations, as well as a major focus on understanding the Internet Applicant Regulation, including its effect on analyses and the importance of getting basic qualifications right. Although this... (Read more)
Time: approximately 3 hours (total for 6 training modules)
Cost: $199 (savings of $125)
The following set of 6 modules cover all foundational affirmative action and equal opportunity related topics and recommendations. These are essential to a basic and intermediate level understanding of affirmative action regulatory requirements. Modules range from 25 – 45 minutes and offer a comprehensive review of affirmative action topics. It is recommended that the modules are viewed in order, but not essential as they can standalone. Each module includes a quiz to assist participants in... (Read more)
Time: approximately 1 hour 30 minutes (total for 3 training modules)
Cost: $99 (savings of $48)
The role of a recruiter, or other talent management professional, is critical to successful compliance. If you are interested in having a compliance training focused on recruiting without reviewing all of the modules in the AAP 101 series, DCI has developed a package to address those modules most important to the understanding of applicant and hiring-related obligations. This Compliance Begins with Recruiting Training package includes three modules, which range from 25 – 65 minutes and offer... (Read more)
Time: approximately 1 hour 30 minutes
Cost: $99
For Federal contractors and employers alike, pay equity, and the monitoring of it, is an important company issue. Additionally, the wage gap that exists between men and women (as well as different racial and ethnic groups) is certainly a political hot button issue. This training will provide a legal context for pay equity, as well as some of the different methods for analyzing pay data to identify disparities. We will also provide some recommendations and considerations for conducting pay... (Read more)
Time: 1 hour
Cost: $79
The training on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Workplace Equality reviews the Federal contractor obligations related to protections based on sexual orientation and gender identity and provides a brief overview of the history leading to these protections. Considerations for possible self-identification data collection and metrics are explored, with reference to examples and advice from advocacy organizations. This module also covers basic information related to outreach of Lesbian, Gay,... (Read more)
Time: 1 hour
Cost: $79
This comprehensive web training delves into the detailed requirements of Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Vietnam Era Veterans Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974 (VEVRAA). First, a brief history and introduction will be given to provide regulatory context, followed by a detailed review of requirements such as self-id data collection and statistical analyses. This training is appropriate for Federal contractors implementing the regulations for the first time, as well as... (Read more)
Time: 1 hour
Cost: $79
This comprehensive web training covers background information and strategic considerations essential for contractors engaged in an OFCCP compliance review. These strategies are aimed at demonstrating compliance with Executive Order 11246, Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Vietnam Era Veterans Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974 (VEVRAA). First, strategies are explored for the initial submission of items requested by the OMB-approved itemized listing that accompanies an OFCCP... (Read more)
Time: 25 minutes
Cost: $49
For many federal contractors, managing the ever-changing demands of Affirmative Action (AA) and EEO compliance can be a lofty endeavor. While working to implement new requirements and improve existing processes, many tend to overlook the important role of management in fulfilling compliance obligations. This training is specifically designed to address managers of federal contractor organizations through a concise but comprehensive review of AA/EEO obligations and the requirements for achieving... (Read more)

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