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Start a new career as a certified EEO Investigator 

One of the best home business opportunities, Ever!

What is an EEO Investigator?

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Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Investigators Apply Practical Tools and Techniques to investigate Theories of Discrimination

32 hour EEO Investigator Training

Federal sector EEO Investigations

Earn you EEO certification online!

Key Benefits:

  • Become your own Boss. You just focus on delivering quality work on time.

  • Learn best practices for developing affidavits, conducting investigative interviews, and writing Reports of Investigations.

  • No need for an office or store-front, work from the comfort of your own home.

  • Support Federal and State Agencies.

  • This affordable training can open new doors to financial freedom and typical in-office work.

  • COVID Smart work: Much of the work of investigations is done in a remote home office setting. 

Required Skills

Reading

Must be comfortable reading numerous documents and evidence, including case file and witnesss statements. 

Writing

Must be proficient in business writing and adherence to Investigator standards taught in training.

Tools

Must have access to a computer, phone, and mailbox for correspondence.

Other

Attention to detail and good analytical skills

*U.S. Citizenship and a clean criminal record is typically required to work in this occupation.

 We provide tools, supporting material, and ongoing professional training and development that keep our Investigators at the top of their game in the industry

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It may take a bit of time to build your reputation as a seasoned EEO Investigator, but by Continually educating yourself on industry trends and adhering to standard industry practices, It can happen!

32 hour EEO investigator training  provides you with tools, supporting material, and ongoing professional training and development that keep our Investigators at the top of their game in the industry

The field of EEO Investigations can be complex at times, but we walk you through the process...

Adults learn differently than children and adolescents.Spectrum EEO Trainings leverage the principle of Adult Learning Theory.

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Malcolm Knowles initially developed the adult learning theory in 1968, with six key points or assumptions. 

Adult learning theory, also known as andragogy, is the concept of learning in adults and how it differs from that of children’s learning patterns. The theory is based on the idea that adult learning is highly distinct from the learning that humans do as children. It also emphasizes the determination of suitable learning techniques for adults.

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Become a Spectrum EEO Certified Investigator!

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  • Learn the fundamentals required for all EEO Investigators, including the EEO discrimination complaint process, the role and responsibilities of the EEO investigator, the theories of discrimination, EEO laws and context, interviewing techniques, and report writing. 

  • Learn proven tools and techniques relevant and applicable to conducting thorough and effective EEO Investigations.  The content is based on the faculty’s research and experience with EEOC representatives, analysts, and industry best practices.

  • Learn best practices for developing affidavits, conducting investigative interviews, and writing Reports of Investigations.

  • Get recent updates on EEO policy and laws in the context of current events  

  • Receive a Certificate from Spectrum EEO immediately following your successful completion of this course.   After this course you will be a certified EEO Investigator. 

32 hour eeo investigator training


Tired of working for Office Tyrants? Train for a new career in EEO Investigations

  • Work from Home

  • Join a growing field of professionals

  • You determine your earning potential

  • grow your business larger, with you own staff

  • Help with the fight for Social Justice!

  • Flexible work hours

  • No special equipment, needed

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Is EEO Investigations the right career for me?

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  • Do you have great attention to Detail?

  • Are you a self-starter?

  • Do you enjoy reading documents?

  • Are you an effective writer?

  • Are you able to organize your work without direction from a supervisor?

  • Are you able to set your own work deadlines and adhere to them?

  • Are you able to follow directions and stick to industry standards?

Need more flexible options for payment ?

Flexible Payment Options

Instead of purchasing the training course in full, this program lets you pay for each of the four modules separately. Upon completion, you will receive your Equal Opportunity Employment (EEO) Investigator Certification.

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Syllabus for 32 Hour Course for New EEO Investigators



Course Description


As the name implies, this course is designed for people who are new to the Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) investigations field. Our experienced trainers, comprehensive subject matter, and course materials containing realistic case simulations and scenarios will provide investigators with the necessary foundation and skills to investigate EEO complaints for federal agencies. This course satisfies the EEOC requirements for New EEO Investigators as dictated by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) as presented in Management Directive 110 and 29 CFR Part 1614. The purpose of the course is to provide participants with the knowledge and skills they need to serve as effective EEO Investigators and the tools necessary to do the following: 

 

  • Understand the basics of EEO Law and Theories of Discrimination 

  • Understand the Federal Sector EEO process as set forth in 29 C.F.R. Part 1614

  • Apply Models of proof in employment discrimination cases

  • Gather and analyze evidence under the appropriate theory of discrimination 

  • Understand the elements of disability discrimination and harassment 

  • Plan and execute an EEO Investigation 

  • Interview complainants, management officials and other witnesses 

  • Use different investigative methods, including Requests for Information, to obtain necessary case documents

  • Develop an impartial and factual investigative record that will enable a reasonable fact finder to draw conclusions as to whether discrimination occurred 

  • Draft a legally sufficient investigative summary 


 


Course Format

This is an online course. It is Self-Directed with support available to students to answer questions throughout. Students proceed at their own pace and assignments. The course is Open Enrollment. There is no start date. Students may begin as soon as they enroll in the course.

 


Materials

Pre-Recorded Lectures

Web Resources from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

Video Resources from YouTube.com

Investigator Resources

Quizzes, Threaded Discussions and Assignments


Teaching Philosophy

Our goal for the class is to provide an environment for students to actively participate in the class

to improve their knowledge, skills, and abilities. The purpose of the quiz and other activities is to

promote individual participation in the learning process. Students can take quizzes as many times as necessary to be familiar with the information. There is no letter or numerical grade assigned to the classes. Students are assigned a realistic case to work throughout the practical application module to get hands-on experience with information in a case file and the steps required of an investigator throughout an investigation.    


Student Responsibilities
 

Students are expected to read and review the materials, participate in the simulations, submit

assignments, including an Investigative Plan (IP) and Report of Investigation (ROI) based on a

mock counselor’s report and take the quizzes and final exam.

 

Course Outline: 

 

Module 1- Introduction to EEO

This module introduces EEO and the federal sector EEO Process. We review the historical context of EEO law, the role of the EEOC, and provide an overview of the complaint process. 

 

Module 2- Theories and Analyses of Discrimination Claims
 

This module reviews the theories of discrimination and the elements necessary to prove discrimination in a case. 

 

Module 3- Case Management 

This module reviews the roles and responsibilities of the EEO Investigator. Focusing on practical skills and practices, this module instructs on all areas of the investigative process. Students will work on a realistic case from beginning to end, where the student will draft an investigative report. Students are provided a course workbook containing supporting materials and references that they can use for future case development. 

 

Module 4- Policy Updates 

This module discusses current events affecting EEO law and policy from 2021-2022.