OSU offers online program designed to integrate Latino/U.S. workers

July 18, 2018 -  By

The Ohio State University (OSU) launched Latinos in the Workforce, an online program designed to helps integrate Latino/U.S. workforce teams.

Open to the general public, the program introduces workers, supervisors and business owners to current issues in workplaces where Latino immigrant workers interact with their American counterparts, according to OSU.

Program topics include cultural, historical and legal aspects. Program instruction is in English, although some Spanish words will be used.

Participants can access 33 modules, which include videos and reading materials posted on Canvas (OSU’s online learning management system). A typical module includes a video, reading materials, a PDF file with slides of the video and a multiple-choice quiz, according to OSU.

When all modules are completed, participants qualify for the course certificate.

The cost to register is $600, and upon registration, participants have six months to complete the program.

LM Staff

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