What is Extended DISC? (Watch Video)
Extended DISC® is a suite of scientifically validated, online assessments used by thousands of organizations worldwide. Extended DISC is a self-assessment tool that identifies the behavioral style of an individual including their motivators, strengths and development areas. Extended DISC® Model identifies four behavior styles – DISC.
The DISC model is practical and user-friendly. It creates a common language and a framework to understand ourselves and others better. It is non-judgmental with no good or bad categories.
DISC is an acronym for:
OEC² Solutions offers three (3) types of Extended DISC® Assessments: (1) Individual Analysis, (2) Work Pair Analysis and (3) Team Analysis
Extended DISC® Certification Options
OEC² Solutions offers three (3) certification option to fit your needs.
|Certification Types||Descriptions||HRCI & SHRM Recertification Credits|
|Virtual Certification||Virtual DISC Certification consists of two, 2.5-hour sessions. They are live webinar sessions with an Extended DISC Master Facilitator.||5-Recertification Credit Hours|
|On-Site Certification||On-Site Certifications- if you have 3 or more facilitators from your organization who want to get Certified, the On-site Certification may be the best option for you. The Certification is tailored to the unique needs of your organization.||7.5- Recertification Credit Hours|
|Public Certification||Public DISC Certification is a comprehensive and very interactive one-day program. You will experience not only the face-to-face facilitation by the an Extended DISC Master Facilitator but also active interaction with the other participants from other organizations.||7.5-Recertification Credit Hours|
Who Should Attend Extended DISC® Certification Training Workshops:
▪ HR Managers
▪ OD & Learning and Development Managers
▪ Consultants and Coaches
OEC² Solutions Workshops are facilitated by expert practitioners and recognized by the Human Resource Certification Institute ® (HRCI®) and the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) to offer recertification credits.