The CCRD offers three "101" courses: Employment 101, Fair Housing 101, and Public Accommodations 101. These courses offer an overview of the Colorado Anti-Discrimination Act (CADA) as applied to the relevant topic area. These classes are offered free of charge on a regular basis. See below for the schedules and registration links. If you are an individual with a disability and require an accommodation in order to access CCRD's services, please call 303-894-2997 (local), 800-262-4845 (voice), 711 TTD -Relay, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Employment 101
Employment 101 provides an introduction to Colorado's anti-discrimination laws as applied to places of employment, as well as an overview of CCRD's process, procedure, and jurisdiction. The class is approximately two hours long (including time for questions at the conclusion).
- Fair Housing 101
Our housing anti-discrimination training provides an introduction to Colorado's fair housing laws. The class focuses on protected classes and disability discrimination, including reasonable accommodations and modifications. This class also provides an overview of CCRD's process, procedure, and jurisdiction. This class lasts approximately two hours, it can go slightly over two hours if there are a lot of questions.
- Public Accommodations 101
Public Accommodations 101 provides an introduction to Colorado's anti-discrimination laws as applied to places of public accommodation, as well as an overview of CCRD's process, procedure, and jurisdiction. Topics of discussion include service animals in places of public accommodation and equal access to restrooms. This class lasts approximately one and a half hours, including time for questions are the conclusion.
In addition to its regular 101 class offerings, the CCRD engages in community outreach. Community outreach includes participation in community events and engaging with stakeholder organizations through round tables, informational presentations, and similar activities.
- Schedule a presentation or request participation
CCRD is willing to engage with organizations throughout the State of Colorado. If you are interested in the CCRD participating in an event, presenting to a group, or you otherwise want to learn more about the CCRD, email our Outreach and Education Coordinator.
- Attend a Commission Meeting
The Colorado Civil Rights Commission (CCRC) regularly holds meetings that include time set aside for public participation. Even if you do not want to participate, you are welcome to observe. View the CCRC Meeting Schedule.
- Give Us Your Feedback
The CCRD welcomes and encourages your feedback. Do you have a suggestion for how we may better serve the public? Is there an issue of which we should be aware? Do you have a question you are having a hard time finding the answer to? If so, please, let us know, email your feedback, concerns, or questions.