Featured Training Courses

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    This course will provide an overview of the options a contractor may use to establish its hiring VEVRAA benchmark.

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    The U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) has updated its Supply and Service Scheduling Letter and Itemized Listing (scheduling letter). The updated scheduling letter applies to supply and service compliance evaluations scheduled on or after August 24, 2023. The twenty-minute course will cover the changes to the scheduling letter, including clarifying existing requirements, and new requests for information that will allow OFCCP to better assess compliance.

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    This course helps supply and service contractors understand OFCCP’s types of compliance evaluations and the processes and procedures involved in each type (compliance review, compliance check, focused review, off-site review). The course provides a high-level examination of how OFCCP reviews and evaluates the information submitted by contractors during compliance evaluations and how an evaluation is closed, depending on the findings.

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    This course helps contractors understand their legal obligations to be compliant with the laws enforced by OFCCP. The course goes through four modules that cover a range of materials to provide contractors with practical examples of all the key topics and how to incorporate the information into their business practices.

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    This course provides contractors the necessary skills to develop initial affirmative action programs (AAPs) or update existing AAPs. It teaches contractors the OFCCP regulations, procedures, and best practices regarding the purpose, content, and data included in AAPs.