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  • The Joint Learning Program — Le Programme d'apprentissage mixte
    APPRENTISSAGE MIXTE A partnership between the Public Service Alliance of Canada and the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat Un partenariat entre l Alliance de la Fonction publique du Canada et

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  • Home - Joint Learning Program
    more productive workplace The JLP is mandated to improve workplace relationships and deepen understanding of the respective roles and responsibilities of the Union and the Employer in the workplace Participants can choose to take part in one of seven different workshops each of which has been designed to achieve the goals of the JLP Each workshop is led by trained volunteer facilitators who come from the Union and from the management Facilitate a Workshop Organize a Workshop Participate in a Workshop Partner with Us Latest News View all Recognition of Facilitators April 1 2015 The Joint Learning Program JLP would like to say thank you to some British Columbia Yukon and Quebec Regions facilitators for their contribution to the Program Read more 10 years of contributing to the Joint Learning Program March 6 2015 The National Capital Region of the Joint Learning Program JLP recently recognized Assia Turenne facilitator representing the employer for her sustained commitment and contribution to JLP for over ten years Read more International Women s Day in Atlantic March 5 2015 The Joint Learning Program Atlantic region took part in the International Women s Day IWD celebration which was held on March 5 2015 in Dartmouth Nova Scotia Read more News Archives This Week in the JLP View All 07 April Creating a Harassment Free Workplace Ottawa ON English Department of Public Works and Government Services 07 April Creating a Harassment Free Workplace Ottawa ON French Office of Infrastructure of Canada 08 April Labour Management Consultation 2 days Toronto ON English Shared Services Canada 08 April Mental Health in the Workplace Dartmouth NS English Department of Veterans Affairs 09 April Mental Health in the Workplace Dartmouth NS English Department of Veterans Affairs 09 April Understanding the Collective Agreement Port Hastings NS NS English Department of Fisheries

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  • Accueil - Programme d’apprentissage mixte
    des rôles et des responsabilités respectifs du syndicat et de l employeur Les participants peuvent choisir de prendre part à un des sept différents ateliers chacun ayant été conçu pour atteindre les objectifs du PAM Chaque atelier est dirigé par des facilitateurs et facilitatrices bénévoles formés issus du syndicat et de la direction Faciliter un atelier Organiser un atelier Participer à un atelier Devenir partenaire avec nous Dernières nouvelles Voir tous Reconnaissance de facilitateurs et facilitatrices 1 avril 2015 Le Programme d apprentissage mixte PAM aimerait remercier quelques facilitateurs et facilitatrices des régions de la Colombie Britannique et du Yukon et du Québec pour leur contribution au Programme En savoir plus 10 ans de contribution au Programme d apprentissage mixte 6 mars 2015 La région de la capitale nationale du Programme d apprentissage mixte PAM a récemment reconnu Assia Turenne facilitatrice représentant l employeur pour son engagement soutenu et sa contribution pendant plus de dix ans au PAM En savoir plus Journée internationale de la femme dans la région de l Atlantique 5 mars 2015 L équipe du Programme d apprentissage mixte de la région de l Atlantique a pris part aux célébrations de la Journée internationale de la femme JIF qui ont eu lieu le 5 mars 2015 à Dartmouth en Nouvelle Écosse En savoir plus Archives des nouvelles Cette semaine au PAM Voir tous 07 avril Création d un milieu de travail exempt de harcèlement Ottawa ON Anglais Ministère des Travaux publics et des Services gouvernementaux 07 avril Création d un milieu de travail exempt de harcèlement Ottawa ON Français Bureau de l infrastructure du Canada 08 avril Consultation syndicale patronale 2 jours Toronto ON Anglais Services partagés Canada 08 avril Santé mentale au travail Dartmouth NS Anglais Ministère des Affaires des anciens combattants 09 avril Santé mentale

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  • About the Joint Learning Program - Joint Learning Program
    Partnerships Sample MOU Contact Us Regions Log in Log in Français Home About Us About the Joint Learning Program The Joint Learning Program JLP is a partnership between the Public Service Alliance of Canada PSAC and the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat The pilot which was negotiated in 2001 marked the first time a bargaining agent and the employer agreed through contract negotiations to jointly deliver learning activities to enhance labour management relations in the public service The objectives of the JLP are to improve labour relations and increase the understanding of the roles of the Union and management in the workplace The JLP achieves its objectives by providing workshops in areas of mutual interest for which the Employer does not already have a legal obligation to provide training and where both Union and management have specific roles and responsibilities The JLP was originally established through a Memorandum of Understanding in the 2001 round of collective bargaining for Tables 1 2 3 and 5 between the PSAC and the Treasury Board of Canada After a successful pilot project the JLP wrapped up with the expiry of the collective agreements in April 2004 During the 2004 round of collective bargaining the parties agreed to renew the JLP As a result a Memorandum of Understanding was signed which increased the programs funding to 8 750 000 and provided for a further 292 000 per month to the JLP to ensure the continuity of this initiative during the period between the expiry of the collective agreement and its subsequent renewal The JLP was subsequently renewed during the 2007 and 2011 rounds of collective bargaining Since 2011 all Union members within the Core Public Administration are eligible to participate in the JLP Home About Us Welcome Objectives Guidelines Criteria and Key Principles MOU with

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  • Welcome - Joint Learning Program
    Co Chairs of the Steering Committee for the Joint Learning Program JLP we are delighted to welcome you to this website and to a very exciting and groundbreaking partnership between the Public Service Alliance of Canada and the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat This initiative resulted from collective bargaining The Union and Employer first agreed to establish a joint learning program in 2001 and renewed their commitment to the program in 2004 2007 and then again in 2011 Over 8M was dedicated to the JLP to fund learning activities designed and delivered jointly by union and management It highlights how bargaining agents and the employer can work together to modernize and improve relations in the workplace Since the last round of collective bargaining in 2011 all union members within the Core Public Administration are eligible to participate in the JLP The JLP is intended to provide joint learning opportunities in areas where both parties have significant roles and responsibilities and for which the Employer does not already have a legal obligation to provide training The JLP focuses on such topics as Creating a Harassment Free Workplace Duty to Accommodate Employment Equity Respecting Differences Anti Discrimination Understanding the Collective Agreement Labour Management Consultation and the brand new one on Mental Health in the Workplace The objectives of the JLP are to contribute to a better understanding of the respective roles of the union and management and to improve labour relations within Public Service We thank you for your interest in the JLP and trust that by actively taking part in this journey of learning you will feel inspired and supported in your own learning adventure We hope you will keep in touch and share your learning experiences with us Stay tuned to the website for up to date information on the

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  • Objectives - Joint Learning Program
    been successful if over the course of the next two years we have made progress towards the following outcomes Open and increased support for the JLP involving An enthusiastic and positive response to the Program by unionized members and management representatives New jointly led delivered initiatives Broader access to learning opportunities for federal public workers Being a model for outside organizations More stable and permanent resources for ongoing work in the area of joint learning The development of new mechanisms for delivering joint learning initiatives Complement and promote the parties respective learning programs Evaluation tools are in place which demonstrate that the Program is meeting it s objectives More efficient and effective labour management relations with enhanced trust between the parties culminating in An increased understanding of the role of the parties in the workplace as indicated by better communications within and between the parties and a more cooperative approach to resolving workplace issues Increased visibility and credibility for the union and management in the workplace A less stressful work environment Greater openness in the workplace Enhanced job satisfaction encompassing A more balanced workload Common recognition of the successes of public sector workers and of both the Union and the

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  • Guidelines - Joint Learning Program
    work and resources by both parties involved in carrying out a learning initiative The learning objectives and content of a joint learning initiative should represent a balance of both Union and Employer perspectives The role of both the Union and the Employer must be established clearly and fairly in all learning initiatives The role of each party should be legitimized throughout Where both the Union and the Employer have a specific role in the workplace learning initiatives should not be delivered solely by the Employer unless agreed to otherwise by the Union The Employer should always respect the Union s right to define the roles and responsibilities of the Union Representative The Union should also respect the Employer s right to determine its role in the workplace Both parties will take responsibility in evaluating the success of each initiative Communications Where appropriate the joint learning initiatives will be offered in both English and French This includes all documents disseminated as part of the JLP All joint learning initiatives will be referred to as such highlighting the joint aspect and emphasizing the partnership between the Union and the Employer Respecting the learner Adults learn in different ways This means that joint initiatives will respect the learner as an active participant in the learning process and will respond to their intellectual sensory emotional and physical needs As part of a learning initiative participants should be provided with an opportunity to translate what they have learned into practical action This may include provision of work time to implement and or practice what has been learned The parties will endeavour to build a safe and respectful learning environment i e presenting the anti harassment policy etc Accessibility Joint learning initiatives should be inclusive and respect the diversity of the workplace This should be reflected

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  • Criteria and key principles - Joint Learning Program
    needs and perspectives of both parties and formally recognizes where their missions and values are complementary This is achieved with an emphasis on broadening opportunities for participants respecting workplace diversity and fostering a climate of mutual trust and respect Currently established Union Employer structures at the local regional and national levels should be used to identify and assist in the implementation of joint learning initiatives Only jointly proposed learning initiatives will be considered under the auspices of the JLP Participation in joint learning initiatives should be considered part of an employee s work This includes Where applicable joint learning should occur during the learners working hours at or near their workplace Provision of leave with pay from their job duties for employees to attend joint learning initiatives Opportunities for the learners to put what is learned into practice in the workplace The understanding that learning time is incorporated into an employee s workplan Opportunities for learning will be widely disbursed This may include maximum participation rates per individual Where applicable assistance will be provided to ensure that there is broad and equitable access to learning initiatives Both the Union and the Employer must respect the ownership rights of learning materials that have been developed separately Conversely all learning materials that are jointly developed by the Union and the employer must be recognized as a joint product The developers of learning materials must mutually agree and consent to the circumstances of their use Program Planning Program planning is key to the success of the JLP During the course of such planning it is important to discern between National and Regional projects and or initiatives In addition it will be critical to allow for flexibility in delivery In the most basic sense Program planning will be established as follows Core Program A pre established plan which will provide for joint central design of projects and widespread nationally coordinated delivery Initialy the core program will consist of the following seven learning initiatives Creating a Harassment Free Workplace Duty to Accommodate Employment Equity Labour Management Consultation Mental Health in the Workplace Respecting Differences Anti Discrimination Understanding the Collective Agreement Once the core program has been established joint requests for the development of new learning projects will be assessed and approved by the Joint Steering Committee will be added to the core program These requests may include projects relating to conflict resolution problem solving Strategic Partnerships One of the guiding principles of the JLP is to ensure that all eligible departments and their respective Union members of the Core Public Administration have access to JLP workshops and that the Program s resources are distributed equitably However departments are increasingly turning to the JLP to help them meet organizational or learning objectives which require the delivery of several workshops and in some cases to all of their employees across the country or in a given region In order to meet this demand while still ensuring that other departments continue to have access to the Program s

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