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  • Registering to an Orientation Session - Joint Learning Program
    in Log in Français Skip Navigation Links Registering to an Orientation Session Sign Up for Your Joint Learning Program Account This application form will probably take about 20 minutes to complete but it may be completed over multiple sessions When you move from screen to screen or press Save the information is automatically recorded in the Joint Learning Program JLP database Once you have completed the application you must click Submit to notify the JLP that your application is ready to review When you click Submit you will receive an email confirmation from the JLP Please note that an email will also be sent to both your manager and your support contact This email will describe the JLP and will identify you as an applicant to become a JLP facilitator By clicking below you are indicating that you have read this statement in its entirety and that you agree to share your name work phone number and primary email address with other JLP facilitators It is suggested that you use your government email address to create your profile and as your primary email address The information you provide on this application will not be shared with your manager or your

    Original URL path: http://www.jlp-pam.ca/LMS/Users-Utilisateurs/CreateAccount-CreerCompte-eng.aspx (2015-04-05)
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  • JLP Login - Joint Learning Program
    Sessions Q A for Potential Facilitators Submit an Application Organize a Workshop The Opportunity The Requirements Q A for Organizers Request a Workshop Tips to Complete the Workshop Request Form Workshop Calendar Organizers Toolbox Participate in a Workshop Q A for Participants Register for a Workshop Workshop Resources Partner with Us Q A about Strategic Partnerships Sample MOU Contact Us Regions Log in Log in Français Skip Navigation Links JLP Login Choose from one of four ways to log in to Joint Learning Program Facilitator Applicant Workshop Organizer MOU Organizer Coordinator Email Address Email address is required Email address is not in a correct format Password Password is required Forgot your password Email Address Enter Email address Enter Email address in the correct format Workshop Confirmation Number Enter Workshop number Workshop number must be 5 or 6 digits MOU Select NAT BSF 1101 QC PEN 1102 AT DND 1103 NAT PCA 1107 AT DFO 1108 AT ACO 1109 ON PPT 1110 AT DVA 1111 NAT CSA 1201 ON DOS 1301 QC SCD 1302 ON SCD 1303 QC PEN 1401 QC SVC 1402 AT SVC 1403 ON PPT SCD 1404 NAT CSA 1405 NAT PEN 1501 NAT DFO 1502 NAT PPD

    Original URL path: http://www.jlp-pam.ca/lms/users-utilisateurs/Login-Connexion.aspx (2015-04-05)
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  • Questions and Answers for Organizers - Joint Learning Program
    delegates organize the workshop in the workplace The JLP approves the date provides funding and approves a budget and assigns facilitators to the workshop The departmental organizers are responsible for finding a suitable location ordering refreshments if applicable finding participants and liaising with the facilitators to provide the background information and support that they will need to deliver an effective workshop A detailed list of organizing tasks can be found in the Organizing a Workshop section of the website We would like to observe a workshop before we request one for our department Can we do that It s not our usual practice to have observers at the workshops The workshops are an opportunity for teams to engage in dialogue so we think it is important that all participants in the room be actively engaged in the workshop activities However you could contact the Regional Field Coordinators RFC to discuss your needs and see how they might be accommodated What is the process for organizing a workshop The bargaining agent representative and the Employer representative submit a joint request by completing the online Workshop Request Form The RFC for the region review the request They may contact you for further information at this time They may also approve the request with one of the dates submitted suggest other dates or decline the request An email with the decision will be sent to the organizers Once the workshop has been approved and the date confirmed organizers can tentatively book the location for the workshop Organizers submit a budget using the JLP online budget tool The RFC review the workshop budget and either approve it or request more information The final budget approval is sent by email Organizers should not commit to any expenditure until they receive budget approval Once the budget has been approved the workshop is posted on the JLP website and the facilitators within the region are notified of the new posting Organizers receive an email with the names and contact information of the workshop facilitators Organizers finalize logistical and administrative requirements for the workshop Organizers recruit and register participants Once the workshop has taken place organizers confirm who attended the session and send all completed expense claims to the National Office How are participants recruited and selected Participants are identified by the organizers Given that a key goal of joint learning is to improve union management relations learning groups consist of participants who usually work together within the same workplace The design of the JLP learning kits is based on this premise and the kits contain exercises and opportunities for participants to build relationships practice their problem solving skills or identify actions they can work on together to implement back in the workplace How many participants are in each workshop and should they have 50 50 employer and employee balance Because of the participatory methods each learning group should not exceed 20 participants For most workshops it is not necessary to have equal employee employer representation The ideal

    Original URL path: http://www.jlp-pam.ca/QAOrg-OrgQR-eng (2015-04-05)
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  • Request a Workshop - Joint Learning Program
    Yes No Specify whether the workshop is organized jointly with another department agency Is this request part of an agreement MOU Select Yes No Specify whether the request is part of a MOU Please identify the names of those who have requested and authorized this workshop on behalf of the Union and the Employer UNION REPRESENTATIVE Name Enter Union Representative Name Title Enter Union Representative Title Union Public Service Alliance of Canada Association of Canadian Financial Officers Association of Justice Counsel Canadian Association of Professional Employees Canadian Federal Pilots Association Canadian Merchant Service Guild Canadian Military Colleges Faculty Association Coast Guard Marine Communications Officers CAW Canada Local 2182 Communications Energy and Paperworkers Union of Canada Local 588 G Federal Government Dockyard Chargehands Association Federal Government Dockyard Trades and Labour Council East Federal Government Dockyard Trades and Labour Council West International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 2228 Professional Association of Foreign Service Officers Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada Research Council Employees Association Union of Canadian Correctional Officers CSN Specify Union Representative Union Phone Ext Enter Union Representative Phone Number 555 555 5555 Enter Union Representative Phone Number in a 555 555 5555 format Union Representative Phone extension must be a number EMPLOYER REPRESENTATIVE Name Enter Employer Representative Name Title Enter Employer Representative Title Phone Ext Enter Employer Representative Phone Number 555 555 5555 Enter Employer Representative Phone Number in a 555 555 5555 format Employer Representative Phone extension must be a number Please identify the names of representatives from the Union and Employer who will be organizing this workshop UNION ORGANIZER Name Enter Union Organizer Name Component Select Agriculture Union Canada Employment Immigration Union Customs Immigration Union Government Services Union National Health Union Natural Resources Union Union of Canadian Transportation Employees Union of Environment Workers Union of National Defence Employees Union of National Employees Union of Solicitor General Employees Union of Veterans Affairs Employees Enter Union Organizer Component Local Work Number Ext Enter Union Organizer Work Number 555 555 5555 Enter Union Organizer Work Number in a 555 555 5555 format Cell Number Enter Union Organizer Cell Number in a 555 555 5555 format Other Number Enter Union Organizer Other Number in a 555 555 5555 format Email Enter Union Organizer Email Enter Union Organizer Email address in the correct format EMPLOYER ORGANIZER Name Enter Employer Organizer Name Department Agency Select Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada Alberta Federal Council Assisted Human Reproduction Agency of Canada Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency BCFC PSAC RC Canada Border Services Agency Canada Emission Reduction Incentives Agency Canada Fisheries Tribunal Canada Industrial Relations Board Canada School of Public Service Canada Science and Technology Museums Corporation Canadian Artists and Producers Professional Relations Tribunal Canadian Dairy Commission Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency Canadian Forces Grievance Board Canadian Grain Commission Canadian Human Rights Commission Canadian Human Rights Tribunal Canadian Intergovernmental Conference Secretariat Canadian International Development Agency Canadian International Trade Tribunal Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency Canadian Radio television and Telecommunications Commission Canadian Space Agency Canadian Transportation Accident

    Original URL path: http://www.jlp-pam.ca/LMS/Workshops-Ateliers/Request-Demande-eng.aspx (2015-04-05)
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  • Organizers' Toolbox - Joint Learning Program
    Toolbox If you would like to learn more about how to organize a workshop you are invited to explore the resources listed here Organization of a Joint Learning Program Workshop Organizing a Joint Learning Program Workshop PDF DOC Organizers Checklist PDF DOC Tips for a Greener Workshop PDF DOC Organizers Facilitators Working Together PDF DOC Organizer Financial Guidelines PDF DOC Workshop Description Posters and Questionnaires Creating a Harassment Free Workplace PDF DOC Duty to Accommodate PDF DOC Employment Equity PDF DOC Labour Management Consultation PDF DOC Mental Health in the Workplace PDF DOC Respecting Differences and Anti Discrimination PDF DOC Understanding the Collective Agreement PDF DOC General Information for Organizing a Workshop Guide to Planning Inclusive Meetings Certificate Templates for Printing PPT DOC Note to read the PDF version you need Adobe Acrobat Reader on your system If the Adobe download site is not accessible to you you can download Acrobat Reader from an accessible page at http www adobe com products acrobat alternate html If you choose not to use Acrobat Reader you can have the PDF file converted to HTML or ASCII text by using one of the conversion services offered by Adobe at http www adobe com

    Original URL path: http://www.jlp-pam.ca/Toolbox-BoiteAOutils-eng (2015-04-05)
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  • JLP Login - Joint Learning Program
    Sessions Q A for Potential Facilitators Submit an Application Organize a Workshop The Opportunity The Requirements Q A for Organizers Request a Workshop Tips to Complete the Workshop Request Form Workshop Calendar Organizers Toolbox Participate in a Workshop Q A for Participants Register for a Workshop Workshop Resources Partner with Us Q A about Strategic Partnerships Sample MOU Contact Us Regions Log in Log in Français Skip Navigation Links JLP Login Choose from one of four ways to log in to Joint Learning Program Facilitator Applicant Workshop Organizer MOU Organizer Coordinator Email Address Email address is required Email address is not in a correct format Password Password is required Forgot your password Email Address Enter Email address Enter Email address in the correct format Workshop Confirmation Number Enter Workshop number Workshop number must be 5 or 6 digits MOU Select NAT BSF 1101 QC PEN 1102 AT DND 1103 NAT PCA 1107 AT DFO 1108 AT ACO 1109 ON PPT 1110 AT DVA 1111 NAT CSA 1201 ON DOS 1301 QC SCD 1302 ON SCD 1303 QC PEN 1401 QC SVC 1402 AT SVC 1403 ON PPT SCD 1404 NAT CSA 1405 NAT PEN 1501 NAT DFO 1502 NAT PPD

    Original URL path: http://www.jlp-pam.ca/lms/Users-Utilisateurs/Login-Connexion.aspx (2015-04-05)
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  • Creating a Harassment-Free Workplace - Joint Learning Program
    Home Workshops Creating a Harassment Free Workplace Creating a Harassment Free Workplace Help build a healthy and respectful work environment This one day workshop has been designed to develop a common understanding of what harassment is what actions to take when it occurs and the process by which complaints are addressed The respective roles and responsibilities of the Union and the Employer will be clarified and policies and procedures will be reviewed through case studies You will leave with a strong commitment to building harassment free workplaces A second day of this workshop is available to bring leaders from labour and management together to assess the organization s current efforts to address and prevent workplace harassment Together the group will develop strategies and an action plan to create a healthy harassment free work environment for everyone Workshop Objectives The objectives of the workshop are To increase participants understanding of what generally constitutes harassment To clarify the respective roles and responsibilities of the union and the employer in creating a harassment free workplace and if harassment is believed to have taken place the roles and responsibilities of the parties in the complaint process To describe some of the individual behaviours that can create conflict in the workplace so that participants consider their impact on others To identify strategies and action plans for the union and the employer to work together to create a federal Public Service workplace that is free from harassment and discrimination Target Audience Creating a Harassment Free Workplace is delivered as either a one day or two day workshop The target audience for the one day workshop is Union members of the Core Public Administration and their corresponding supervisors and managers The target audience for the two day workshop is Union and employer representatives in the workplace Home

    Original URL path: http://www.jlp-pam.ca/HFW-MEH-eng (2015-04-05)
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  • Duty to Accommodate: Building an Inclusive Workplace - Joint Learning Program
    Us Q A about Strategic Partnerships Sample MOU Contact Us Regions Log in Log in Français Home Workshops Duty to Accommodate Duty to Accommodate An inclusive workplace is vibrant healthy and benefits everyone There are two options for this workshop The one day version of this workshop will focus on what is meant by duty to accommodate and the legal framework that guides it Through workplace scenarios you will explore different forms of accommodation and how to successfully address them You will examine the rights and responsibilities of employees the union and the employer in the application of workplace accommodation The one and half day version of this workshop offers the opportunity to apply the concepts more deeply by reviewing a process for accommodating an employee and analysing adjudicated case studies By the end of this workshop you will be ready to work towards a healthy equitable workplace Workshop Objectives The objectives of the workshop are To familiarize participants with the meaning and purpose of workplace accommodation To examine the myths and realities associated with workplace accommodation To promote a common understanding of the legal framework by all parties employees union management To define Duty to Accommodate as it pertains to the prohibited grounds under the Canadian Human Rights Act the Employment Equity Act case law and other relevant legislation To help participants understand the respective roles and responsibilities of the parties in the application of workplace accommodation To apply the learning to situations scenarios in which duty to accommodate is required To develop an appreciation of how everyone benefits from inclusive workplaces Target Audience The target audience is Union members of the Core Public Administration and their corresponding supervisors and managers Home About Us Welcome Objectives Guidelines Criteria and Key Principles MOU with Respect to JLP Governance Structure Eligible

    Original URL path: http://www.jlp-pam.ca/DTA-ODA-eng (2015-04-05)
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