The Office of Special Counsel (OSC) offers training to federal agencies and non-federal organizations in each of the areas within OSC’s jurisdiction. Specifically, OSC offers training on:
(1) prohibited personnel practices, including reprisal for whistleblowing;
(2) whistleblower disclosures filed with OSC’s Disclosure Unit of the Retaliation and Disclosure Unit;
(3) the Hatch Act and its application both to federal employees and to state and local employees; and
(4) the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA).
OSC also provides trainers for agencies to certify under OSC's 2302(c) Certification Program. [NOTE: Please see the Certification Program Information page for recent statutory changes impacting the program].
Additionally, OSC publishes a variety of materials on prohibited personnel practices, whistleblower disclosures and the Hatch Act. These publications can be printed from OSC's website.
Shirine Moazed is the Chief of OSC’s Diversity, Outreach, and Training Unit (DOT), and Ashley Wall is DOT’s Program Coordinator.