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The Colorado Civil Rights Division provides outreach and education to the citizens of Colorado about anti-discrimination laws and issues. The Division works with public and private organizations in conducting educational programs designed to eliminate interpersonal or intergroup tensions.
The Civil Rights Division has a long-standing history of providing training sessions, workshops, and presentations on such topics as fair employment practices and fair housing practices. For no charge, the Civil Rights Division provides trainings that may be specialized to your needs. Please enroll through the Training Schedule link below, by email, or by calling the Division main number: 303.894.2997 or (toll free) 1.800.262.4845.
The Division Provides Training and Presentations to:
Public and private employers of all sizes;
Trade and professional associations; and,
Academic institutions from middle schools to universities (including faculty, administrators and students).
The Colorado Civil Rights Division is offering a series of employment and fair housing trainings in the Denver metro area and throughout the various regions of Colorado. There is no charge for these classes or materials.
The Training Classes are offered at the Colorado Civil Rights Division offices, 1560 Broadway, Denver, lobby level Conference Room, unless otherwise posted. 1560 Broadway is located in Civic Center Plaza in downtown Denver, between Broadway and Lincoln and between the 16th Street Mall and Colfax. If you have questions about Training, please call the Division: 303.894.2997 or (toll free) 1.800.262.4845.
Enrollment in a Training Class is Easy!
To enroll in a class, click the date and time link in either the Employment 101 or Fair Housing 101 sections below; in the linked enrollment form, complete the form and click the "Sign Me Up" button.
This training provides the basics of Colorado employment discrimination, including an overview of the protected classes, discriminatory harassment and discrimination, as well as the rights and responsibilities of employers and employees and sexual harassment in the workplace.
Fair Housing 101
This training provides an introduction to fair housing law. Special focus will be provided with regard to disability discrimination including reasonable accommodations and modifications.