Annual Refresher for Federal EEO Counselors and Investigators September 18, 2019

Washington, District of Columbia
Wednesday, September 18, 2019
Annual Refresher for Federal EEO Counselors and Investigators September 18, 2019
Wednesday, September 18, 2019 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Eastern Time)

Carr Workplaces at the Willard
1455 Pennsylvania Ave NW
Suite 400
Washington, District of Columbia 20004
United States

Map and Directions

This is the registration page for the September 2019
 Annual Refresher for Federal EEO Counselors and Investigators course, offered by the AAAED Professional Development and Training Institute (PDTI).

The Federal EEO Counselors and Investigators Course takes place on Wednesday, September 18, 2019 (8 hrs). 
Tuition for the Eight-Hour Course:
AAAED Members:
$325.00 before September 2, 2019
$350.00 after September 2, 2019

$350.00 before September 2, 2019
$395.00 after September 2, 2019

Regular and Onsite Registration Tuition
Onsite Registration accepted if space remains available

Registrations of two or more individuals in the same group will receive a $50.00 discount for each registrant.
Contact the AAAED national office (202) 349-9855 for more information. 

Participants will receive an AAAED Certificate of Completion at the end of the course. 

Training Location:

Carr Workplaces at the Willard
1455 Pennsylvania Ave NW
Suite 400
Washington, DC 20004

(202) 349-9855
(202) 355-1399 (fax)

The training site is near the Metro Center Station. A government - issued ID may be required for entry into the building.  

Course Objectives and Faculty

Every year, AAAED’s Professional Development and Training Institute (PDTI) provides annual refresher training for Federal EEO Counselors and Investigators who are required to have eight hours of training annually by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. AAAED’s faculty consists of federal EEO experts who are seasoned in the field of investigations and counseling at the federal level. Individuals who take the training receive a certificate of completion at the end of the course. PDTI designs programs to meet the MD-110 training requirements for EEO counselors, investigators, special emphasis program managers, and attorneys.  Onsite training is also available upon request.

Annual Refresher for Federal EEO Counselors and Investigators

Course Objectives: To ensure compliance with the EEOC requirement to provide an annual refresher training of eight hours to EEO Counselors and Investigators, to continue the effort to apply EEO Counseling best practices in the processing of complaints of discrimination and to provide a better understanding of the relationship between the different complaint processing stages.

The eight-hour session will include:  An overview of the methodologies covered in conducting counseling or investigations  for federal employees; applicable EEO regulations and laws; connecting the informal pre-complaint process to the formal process; preparing and writing effective reports; and review of Case Studies as they relate to the EEO process.


Delia Johnson
EEO/Diversity Consultant
Ms. Delia L. Johnson is currently an EEO/Diversity Consultant with the firm of Johnson & Associates.  She provides onsite training, expert guidance, management coaching and technical compliance reviews.  She previously served as the Director of the Office for Civil Rights at the International Broadcasting Bureau, Broadcasting Board of Governors (Board).  In that position, Ms. Johnson was the principal advisor to the Board on all matters relating to the management of equal employment opportunity.  In August 2008, she was acknowledged by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Chair as the first EEO/Civil Rights Director to be given an award for her outstanding accomplishments in the area of Federal Sector EEO Programs. 

In 2008, she was also appointed to serve on the EEOC’s Hispanic Work group to address underrepresentation of Hispanics in the Federal workforce.  Since 1994, Ms. Johnson has been invited to lecture on the topics of Human Rights, Women's Rights, Civil Rights, Equal Employment Opportunity, and Workplace Diversity issues in various arenas and in several countries including, Trinidad, Senegal, Liberia, Ivory Coast, Sierra Leone, Spain and Greece.  She was been a guest speaker, in this country and abroad on various radio and television broadcasts.  She has been a moderator, panelist and presenter at Civil Rights and Equal Employment Opportunity related Conferences and Symposiums.  Ms. Johnson also served as the Co-Chair of the Council of Federal EEO and Civil Rights Executives for over 11 years.  The organization was founded in 1993 to represent the interest of EEO practitioners in the Federal Sector.  In 2007, she established the South West Inter-agency Chapter of Federally Employed Women. 

Ms. Johnson received her B.A. and M.A. degrees from Howard University, Washington, DC and completed course work in the Master’s Degree Program in Equal Employment Opportunity Law at the Antioch School of Law Center for Legal Studies.  Her post graduate studies also included coursework in Cross-Cultural Counseling at George Washington University.  Ms. Johnson serves on the board of directors of the American Association for Access, Equity and Diversity.

Donald A. King
Chair, Federal EEO and Civil Rights Council

Donald King is Chair of the Federal EEO and Civil Rights Council, a national organization committed to serving the needs of EEO, Civil Rights and Diversity practitioners at all professional levels.  In addition, Mr. King works as the EEO Officer for the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission, a local utility company.  Previously, Mr. King served as NASA’s EEO Complaints Manager, where he is responsible for processing formal EEO complaints Agency-wide.  He also provides training, and processing guidance to the NASA EEO community.  

Prior to NASA, Mr. King was an Attorney Advisor at the Smithsonian Institution Office of Equal Employment and Minority Affairs.  In addition, Mr. King worked as a Special Assistant to the EEOC’s Federal Hispanic Work Group, committed to enhancing employment and retention opportunities for Hispanic Americans in the Federal workforce.  A trained mediator, Mr. King was selected as a Higginbotham Fellow by the American Arbitration Association.  He is a proud father of five and grandfather of eight.            







































Contact Information

  • American Association for Access, Equity and Diversity (AAAED)

    1701 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
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    Washington, DC 20006
    1-866-562-2233 (AAAED)

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