EEO: Its Place in the Federal Government (EEOP7051)

EEO: Its Place in the Federal Government

EEO: Its Place in the Federal Government


Gain a basic understanding of federal equal employment opportunity (EEO): to whom it applies, the history of and need for the EEO program, what the federal EEO program encompasses, who is responsible for EEO, and the consequences of discrimination in the federal workplace.

  • Content is enriched with video and other multimedia
  • Blogs and discussion designed specifically for students
  • Limited instructor assistance

This course is part of the Human Resources Management Certificate Program, Level I, which can be completed entirely online.

Enroll anytime. All materials supplied. Independent study; take up to six months to complete.

Who Should Attend?

Federal employees and supervisors, union officials, and EEO and administrative staff.




1.6 CEU's

Class Type:

This course is currently being offered in the following training modalities:

Learning Outcomes:

  • Identify protected classes
  • Describe the major differences between EEO laws and affirmative employment requirements
  • Name major events in the development of EEO
  • Describe the discrimination complaint process
  • Describe the ways and programs by which affirmative employment is accomplished
  • Name responsible EEO officials and agencies with governmentwide EEO responsibilities

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Module 1

  • Protected Classes and Discrimination

Module 2

  • EEO Laws, Regulations, and Guidance

Module 3

  • EEO Complaint Process, Uniform Guidelines, and Sexual Harassment

Module 4

  • The Affirmative Employment Program

Module 5

  • The Federal EEO Program

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