Frequently Asked Questions
FAQ's for Training & Intercultural Education
Whom Do I Contact to Schedule a Diversity & Inclusion Training?
University faculty, staff, and students should contact Dr. DaNine J. Fleming, Office of Training and Intercultural Education email@example.com or 843-792-1072. Dr. Fleming works in collaboration with a broad team of experts across the organization, and may refer you to representatives from MUSC Health if appropriate.
Can I Arrange to Have Training for Just My Respective Department? I Enjoyed Training But Need One for My Entire Department.
Yes, based upon a unit/department’s need training can be provided for a singular unit/department - as long as there is a critical mass of participants. To schedule departmental or unit training, Dr. Fleming (firstname.lastname@example.org) MUST be contacted for a consult. She will schedule a meeting with the requestor to discuss and develop the appropriate training requirements, arrange for a team of trained leaders to co-facilitate and identify a date for the training.
Can the NCBI Training Model Be Used Independently of the Whole? I Really Liked Certain Parts of the National Coalition Building Institute (NCBI) Training (Welcoming Diversity or Handling Controversial Issues) Training & Would Like to Use Just Those Components for a Workshop. Can I Do That?
No. You are not permitted to use any part of the copy written information or NCBI modules in part or whole. This safeguard is put in place to o protect the integrity of the NCBI training principles and practices. As a training office, national trainers in the work, and senior training leaders we purchase the rights annually to utilize the skill-sets provided by NCBI.
Is There Additional Diversity Training Offered on Campus?
Yes, there are additional training and educational opportunities offered on campus. Some of the workshops are on MyQuest, while others require experiential learning and are classroom style. For additional training opportunities you will have to check on MyQuest or within various colleges or departments. You may also email email@example.com for further information about training offered via Human Resources.
The Office of Training and Intercultural Programs housed in the University Chief Diversity Office creates, schedules, and facilitates multiple workshops per year that are sanctioned by the MUSC Enterprise
Are Diversity & Inclusion Trainings Mandatory?
All trainings that will enhance your skill set are strongly encouraged as we continue to embark upon the Imagine 2020 and Diversity and Inclusion Strategic Planning initiatives. Training and skill enhancements are necessary for all employees; but there are a plethora to choose from so which you choose is left to your discretion, unless otherwise requested or mandated by a supervisor.
Who is Eligible For CEU’s for Attendance in the Welcoming Diversity & Handling Controversial Issues Workshops?
All participants who properly register, attend, and complete the entire workshop (listed above) are eligible for the following:
- Handling Controversial Issues workshop will receive 3.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ (per quarterly session) for the 16/17 fiscal year (July 1, 2016 thru June 30, 2017).
- Welcoming Diversity workshops receive 6.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ (per monthly session) for the 16/17 fiscal year (July 1, 2016 thru June 30, 2017).
Are There Additional Training Opportunities Available? I Would Like to Attend Training But None of the Standard Dates Fit My Schedule.
You may contact Dr. DaNine J. Fleming at 842-792-1072 or firstname.lastname@example.org for possible additional dates. However, the dates listed are the enterprise-wide dates for the year, and potential participants are strongly encouraged to register for a training date on the annual calendar.