Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Training Classes Available Online
The Human Resources Employee Development Team, in partnership with the IDEALS institute, is offering Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion training via the online platform of WebEx. Registration is open and classes are scheduled through August.
These online classes will be accepted in lieu of classroom training for the Diversity Certificate through the end of the quarantine. For more information on the Diversity Certificate, visit hr.uark.edu/working/diversity/certificate-program.
Register for classes through the EDP Training Calendar at edp.uark.edu. 'Seating' is limited. Register as soon as possible.
For more information on the IDEALS institute, visit ideals.uark.edu.
Valerie Pryor, staff development coordinator
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