AB1825—Sexual Harassment and Unlawful Discrimination
Two hour interactive training on the prevention of sexual harassment, discrimination, retaliation, and bullying. Topics of discussion will include the NOCCCD Board Policy, State and Federal laws, which prohibit harassment, discrimination and retaliation, and how to prevent harassment and discrimination strategies. The training is mandatory for all regular and temporary District managers, classified coordinators, and confidential executive assistants. In addition, faculty coordinators and classified staff who perform a lead role in assigning work to hourly employees are encouraged to attend.
EEO Hiring Committee Training
Required training for individuals serving on hiring committees. This one-hour training covers bias in hiring, benefits of diversity, diversity myths, assessment of diversity minimum qualifications, and nondiscrimination in hiring during the first hour. The second hour covers general procedures for hiring committees, and the last half hour covers PeopleAdmin procedures.
Trainings occur two times a month on all three campuses. Please see myGateway/District-Wide Staff Development Calendar to view dates and times.
Title IX and Sex Discrimination
This training includes Title IX requirements and prohibition against sex/gender discrimination, sexual assault, and sexual violence. The training delineates Title IX reporting and investigation requirements, as well as campus and local resources for victims of discrimination and sexual assault. Training is designed for employees and students.
EEO Representative Workshop
This interactive workshop is designed for individuals serving as the EEO Representative on hiring committees. The workshop covers bias in hiring, benefits of diversity, diversity myths, conducting recruitment for diverse pools, assessment of diversity minimum qualifications, and non-discrimination in hiring. The workshop focuses on the role of the EEO Representative and is open to any District employee.