The Office of Equal Opportunity and Regulatory Compliance can provide a variety of trainings that can be designed to suit the needs of any department.
ADA Basics (designed for employees): This training provides an overview of the process for requesting accommodations, what accommodations may be available, documentation that is typically needed, and how the University can support individuals with disabilities.
ADA Basics (for supervisors): This training focuses on supervisors’ responsibilities to recognize accommodation requests, refer employees to the accommodations process and provide accommodations in collaboration with EORC. This training will explain the process and a supervisor’s typical role in that process, emphasizing the University’s policies related to non-discrimination on the basis of disability.
Non-Discrimination Policies and Processes: This training covers the University of Mississippi’s general non-discrimination provisions, focusing on the University’s legal non-discrimination requirements as well as University policy and leading practices. This training can be adjusted to suit any group, but generally will provide an overview of the “protected statuses” identified by UM’s Non-Discrimination policy, including: race, color, gender, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, religion, citizenship, national origin, age, disability, protected veteran status, or genetic information.
Protection of Minors (for Authorized Adults): This training provides an overview of the University of Mississippi’s Protection of Minors Policy, focusing on the supervision and reporting requirements as well as other noteworthy responsibilities of Authorized Adults working with minors in Youth Programs. This training can be adjusted to suit any program, environment, and age range of participants.
Protection of Minors (for Program Contacts and Directors): This training provides an overview of the University of Mississippi’s Protection of Minors Policy, focusing on the responsibilities of Program Contact and Program Directors when preparing, planning, and administering a Youth Program. This training can be adjusted to suit any program, environment, and age range of participants.
Please contact us at email@example.com or 662-915-7735 to schedule a training.