Trainings & Seminars
Gilbert Training Group, in coordination with cyberFEDS®, offers Open-Enrollment Sessions at our facility in the Washington DC area as well as On-Site trainings & Webinars customized to your agency’s specific needs. Experience unmatched training on all the federal employment law issues important to you: Due Process, Harassment, Douglas Factors, Reasonable Accommodation, Leave & Telework, and more!
Why use us for training?
- Experienced Faculty: Our instructors are practicing attorneys, former judges, and HR, EEO and LR professionals who can deliver real-world instruction grounded in both the latest case law as well as knowledge of the current climates of the EEOC, MSPB, FLRA and other federal agencies. All our instructors have a reputation for training excellence and have received high ratings in previous training venues, including FDR Training events.
- Interactive Sessions: We’ve developed engaging in-person interactive sessions including proven components of an effective and lasting training experience: multi-media, real-life case law examples, factual storyboards, live Q&As, and mock trials/arbitrations.
- Powerhouse Provider: We offer hundreds of years of combined expertise serving the federal HR & EEO workspace with print and online publications, tools, resources and training including cyberFEDS®, Manager Advantage, Webinars and FDR Training.
Learn more about our Spring 2021 schedule using the links below:
Essentials of Federal Sector Labor Law:
Recorded Monday, February 1st – Thursday, February 4th, 2021
Presented by Bill Biglow, Marilyn Blandford, Peter Broida, Nicole Diaz, Frank Ferris, Gary Gilbert, and Saul Schwartz
Nuts and Bolts of Disability Law and Reasonable Accommodation:
Monday, February 22nd – Thursday, February 25th, 2021
Presented by Gary Gilbert, Deryn Sumner, Ernest Hadley, and Shannon Leary
Essentials of Issuing and Defending Conduct and Performance Actions for the ER Professional:
Monday, March 15th – Wednesday, March 17th, 2021
Presented by Peter Broida, Renn Fowler, Gary Gilbet, Kevin Owen, and Sam Vitaro