Training Course Descriptions

Workshop and Training Schedule

Please see this semester’s Unity Star for the Spring 2017 workshop and training schedule. For detailed descriptions of the diversity workshops offered, click on the course titles below. All workshops are free unless otherwise noted. Please note that locations vary. Other opportunities for diversity workshops may be scheduled by calling the UCF Office of Diversity and Inclusion at (407) 823-6479 or by emailing


Registration Instructions

  • Faculty, A&P and USPS: Register online at
  • Students and OPS: Email your name, requested course name and date, and UCFID number to

Completion certificates are available as follows:

  • Inclusion Champion for completing 9 hours of core workshops and 6 hours of elective topics.
  • Diversity Certificate Series for completing all four Diversity Certificate modules.
  • Latino Americans Certificate for completing all three Latino Americans modules.
  • Continuum of Learning Certificate for completing four stand alone workshops.

Course Descriptions Log

Read about the variety of diversity workshops that have been offered over the years.

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ABCs of Diversity

Diversity Certificate Series

Examining the Real Disability Barriers

Exploring How Perceptions (and Misconceptions) of Persons with Disabilities May Affect Attitudes and Behaviors

Inclusion and Intellectual Disability: The Evolving Story

Inclusive Communication

Latino Americans

Peace Film Series: People Like Us: Social Class in America

Peace Film Series: Iron Jawed Angels

Safe Zone: Advocates

Safe Zone: Coming Out

Safe Zone: Gold

Safe Zone: LGBTQ+ 101

Secular and Religious Minority Awareness

The Power of “Hidden” Biases

The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow

Understanding Power and Privilege

Performance Standards for UCF’s Cultural Competencies

Peace Film Series: Tough Guise 2

Peace Film Series: Miss Representation

Half the Sky

Authentic Leadership and Self-Care

Lunch with TED – The Power of Introverts

Roma Women in the Media: Fact, Fiction, and Consequences

Minority Religions 101