USA Organization Diversity Facilitation

Report
AET525
Professor Stephanie Krebs
Team A
Members: Anastasia Terrell, Frank J Ball Sr., James
Sheridon Ochoa, Jason Oxley
• Based in Norman, Oklahoma
• Facilitation Overview
• Diversity Policy
– Triple P Philosophy
– Equal Opportunity Employment
– Removal of Discrimination
Concerns
Non-Concerns
• English Language
Learners
• Use mandated
policies
• Physical
Impairment
• Title VII
Time
Description
0700-0730
Welcome, Safety Moment, Emergency Evacuation Procedure
0730-0800
Introductions, Present Agenda
0800-0830
Electronic Communication and Phone Systems Ethical Usage Policy
0830-1030
Phone System
1030-1200
Phone System Assessment, Remedial Assessment as Necessary
1200-1300
Lunch & Learn: Computer Workstation Ergonomic Policy and SelfAssessment
1300-1500
Electronic Communication System
1500-1630
Electronic Communication System Assessment, Remedial
Assessment as Necessary
1630-1700
Complete verification forms for successful candidates, Closing
Statement
• Questionnaire
• Assessments
– 5 minute practical exercises
– Grading scale
– Minimum proficiency requirements
• Placement of employees
• Needs-Based Training
– ABCD Investigation of curriculum
– Four sections of instruction
• Adapting Training to the Trainee’s Abilities
– Ongoing evaluation
– Trainer requirements
– Classroom Configuration
– Diversity
•
• Classroom organization considerations
– Physical Impairment
– Hearing Impairment
• Learner Specific Modifications
– Need based
– Equal opportunity
• Attendance Requirements
– Absence results in failure
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