Teaching the Law of the Federal Workplace

The Federal Employment Law Training Group is an SBA-certified Woman Owned Small Business that is dedicated to improving the quality and efficiency of the federal government’s accountability systems, and promoting a diverse and inclusive civil service by providing high-quality and engaging training to the individuals who serve our country.

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Open Enrollment Training

Comprehensive courses for executive and legislative branch government agencies, unions, and private attorneys. Held in Washington, DC., plus multiple other cities throughout the U.S.

Onsite Training

Bring training programs to your agency or organization — when and where it’s convenient for you. New: FELTG now offers private sector training on disability accommodation, sexual harassment, management skills, and more.

Virtual Training

Attend a live, instructor-led open enrollment training session, from wherever you are working – agency office or home. An especially beneficial training format during COVID-19 telework.

Keynote Presentations

Short, focused presentations can be targeted to agency leaders, HR and EEO professionals, managers and supervisors, or employees, with topics including accountability, management skills, sexual harassment, and more. 

Webinar Training

Live training sessions accessible online from anywhere in the world — all for one affordable per-site fee. Teleworkers are welcome too.

Webinar Recordings

If you missed a webinar, you can purchase a recording on DVD or zip drive, then watch when it fits your schedule.

Case and Program Consultation

FELTG’s confidential advisors can help you handle difficult federal workplace situations including discipline, performance, EEO, and union issues.

News Updates

FELTG keeps you posted on all the latest laws, regulations, cases, and developments involving the world of federal employment law.

COVID-19 Guidance

A one-stop resource for COVID-19 guidance, as it pertains to federal employment law practitioners and federal supervisors.

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