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  • Labour–Management Consultation - Joint Learning Program
    the keys to union management relations Are you a member of your Labour Management Consultation Committee LMCC This two day workshop is for LMCC members who want to be on the leading edge of the transformation and modernization of labour management relations in the federal public service Deepen your understanding of meaningful and effective consultation and the roles and responsibilities of LMCC members You will review tools and procedures to fulfill the mandate of the committee and work with other participants to create a vision for the future and a plan for its implementation Workshop Objectives The objectives of the workshops are To provide an opportunity for the parties to critically analyze the existing labour management relationship To agree on where it needs to go To determine how it can be constructively managed To clarify and build mutual respect for common and divergent interests To explore issues of trust and risk taking associated with working collaboratively To improve the knowledge and skills for working jointly To develop core principles and guidelines for the working relationship To produce working tools to guide consultative processes and practices Target Audience All union and management representatives of all labour management consultation committees should participate

    Original URL path: http://www.jlp-pam.ca/labourmanagement-gererunion-eng (2015-04-05)
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  • Mental Health in the Workplace - Joint Learning Program
    in the Workplace contribute to good mental health in the workplace Signs and symptoms of mental health problems are discussed and you will collaborate with others to determine how to best provide support to colleagues in the workplace You will also review the legal requirements related to workplace accommodation A modified one day version is available for organizations that are unable to schedule the two day workshop Workshop Objectives The purpose of this two day workshop is to raise awareness about mental health in the workplace and to equip individual employees with the knowledge and skills they need to proactively and effectively support a psychologically safe and healthy workplace The objectives of the workshop are to Build awareness about the continuum of mental health in the workplace Compare myths and misconceptions about mental health problems with factual information Explore the impact of different forms of stigma towards people living with mental health problems Identify the indicators and workplace factors of psychological health and safety in the workplace Discuss the legal responsibilities and the roles and responsibilities in ensuring healthy workplaces Explain the compelling reasons for ensuring psychological health and safety in the workplace Expand participants understanding of some signs and symptoms of mental health problems and discuss different support and accommodation measures Examine different dimensions of wellness Discuss key factors that support recovery from mental health problems Determine actions that can be taken to support psychological health and safety in the workplace For departments that are unable to schedule this workshop for two days a one day agenda is provided The purpose of this 1 day workshop would be to raise awareness about mental health in the workplace and the factors required to effectively support a psychologically safe and healthy workplace The objectives of the one day workshop are Build

    Original URL path: http://www.jlp-pam.ca/mentalhealthintheworkplace-santementaleenmilieudetravail-eng (2015-04-05)
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  • Respecting Differences/Anti-discrimination - Joint Learning Program
    Discrimination Respecting Differences Anti discrimination A healthy workplace encourages difference and diversity This two day workshop will explore what is meant by workplace diversity along with the advantages of a diverse work force You will examine biases and discrimination and its toxic effects on individuals different groups and the workplace Together with other participants you will challenge these biases and identify what employees and management must contribute to ensure workplace equality for all Participants will share their own experience and combine their skills and knowledge in order to build a diverse and discrimination free public service A modified one day version is available for organizations that are unable to schedule the two day workshop Workshop Objectives The objectives of the workshops are To explore how unconscious biases or assumptions impair our ability to work effectively with others and limit our lives To examine strategies ensuring an inclusive and discrimination free workplace To practice skills to deal with the challenges of facing diversity in a reflective responsible and proactive manner To seize opportunities to identify actions and recommendations for both individual and organizational implementation Target Audience The audience for this workshop is Union members of the Core Public Administration and their

    Original URL path: http://www.jlp-pam.ca/respectingdiff-respectdiff-eng (2015-04-05)
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  • Understanding the Collective Agreement - Joint Learning Program
    collective agreement is an indispensable tool This one day workshop will enhance your understanding of this important document You will get to know its key provisions as the workshop introduces you to an easy four step approach to collective agreement interpretation You will practice applying the collective agreement to real workplace situations taking into account the intent of the parties and identifying the resources at your disposal Deconstructing actual cases will strengthen participants ability to problem solve through analysis and discussion This will not only provide you with the skills to continue working with your own collective agreement it will provide a rare opportunity for all those who work with collective agreements from the unions and management to come together and discuss their perspectives Workshop Objectives The objectives of the workshops are To promote ongoing self directed learning on understanding interpreting and applying the agreement Explore diversity To enhance the problem solving capacity of those at the employee supervisor and union management levels on issues covered by the collective agreement To promote consistency of application of Public Service Alliance of Canada Treasury Board of Canada agreements across the public service Target Audience The audience for this workshop is Union members

    Original URL path: http://www.jlp-pam.ca/collectiveagreement-conventioncollective-eng (2015-04-05)
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  • Facilitate a Workshop - Joint Learning Program
    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 Home Facilitate a Workshop Facilitate a Workshop The Joint Learning Program JLP invites Union members of the Core Public Administration and their employer counterparts to join its dynamic team of workshop facilitators As a JLP facilitator you will be part of a volunteer cadre of Public Service employees who are contributing to improved labour management relations and healthier federal government workplaces The Opportunity The Requirements Upcoming Sessions Q A for Potential Facilitators Submit an Application Home About Us Welcome Objectives Guidelines Criteria and Key Principles MOU with Respect to JLP Governance Structure Eligible Organizations Frequently Asked Questions Workshops 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 Facilitate a Workshop The Opportunity The Requirements Upcoming Sessions Q A for Potential Facilitators

    Original URL path: http://www.jlp-pam.ca/workshopfacilitation-atelierfacilitation-eng (2015-04-05)
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  • The Opportunity - Joint Learning Program
    Sample MOU Contact Us Regions Log in Log in Français Home Facilitate a Workshop The Opportunity Facilitate a Workshop The Opportunity The Joint Learning Program JLP invites Union members of the Core Public Administration and their Employer counterparts to join its dynamic team of workshop facilitators As a JLP facilitator you will be part of a volunteer cadre of Public Service employees who are contributing to improved labour management relations and healthier federal government workplaces When you become a JLP facilitator you will join a community of more than 1 500 Union and Employer facilitators across Canada who have participated in the JLP since 2002 JLP facilitators work in many different kinds of jobs and represent almost all federal government departments Some of them hold Union positions some of them are managers and executives and all of them are connected by a common interest in working collaboratively to inspire positive change in their workplace Through their involvement with the JLP many facilitators tell us that they experience personal growth and a renewed commitment to their public service careers They develop new skills and form new friendships And they get great satisfaction from successfully co facilitating learning events that create a space for dialogue among their peers If you are selected as a potential JLP facilitator you will attend a five day facilitation training session that provides you with a strong foundation of facilitation skills You will work jointly with union and employer representatives and you will experience an overview of the JLP program and learning materials With the exception of salary and overtime if applicable which are paid by your department all costs for this training including travel and accommodation if required will be paid by the JLP Home About Us Welcome Objectives Guidelines Criteria and Key Principles MOU with

    Original URL path: http://www.jlp-pam.ca/fac-opportunity-occasion-eng (2015-04-05)
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  • The Requirements - Joint Learning Program
    in their interviews demonstrate A commitment to positive joint labour management relations and respect for the respective roles of Union and management in a unionized workplace A commitment to preparing and delivering a minimum of five workshops for the JLP in the 18 months following their orientation session Credibility with the Union and the Employer both within the workplace and in the context of labour management relations Experience or potential skill in co facilitating experiential learning activities that are participatory and dialogue based JLP realizes that your manager s support will be very important in allowing you to meet your workshop delivery commitment Therefore JLP asks for your manager s name and contact information on the application form Your manager will be included at all stages of the application process so you are encouraged to discuss the Program with your manager before you submit your application You are also required to provide the name and contact information of someone who can confirm your credibility as either a Union or an Employer facilitator For Union facilitators this will usually be an officer in the local or the component to which you belong For Employer facilitators the support person may be your manager All potential JLP facilitators must demonstrate familiarity with the Joint Learning Program One way to demonstrate familiarity is to attend a JLP workshop You are encouraged to contact your Regional Field Coordinators to discuss how this could be arranged All potential facilitators must participate in a five day facilitator orientation session Orientation sessions are scheduled across Canada throughout the year When JLP organizes an orientation session it tries to ensure a balance of Union and Employer participants It also considers equity status location workshop interests and suitability availability and manager support in determining whether to invite you to a

    Original URL path: http://www.jlp-pam.ca/fac-requirements-exigences-eng (2015-04-05)
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  • Upcoming Sessions - Joint Learning Program
    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 Home Facilitate a Workshop Upcoming Sessions Upcoming Sessions The next Orientation Session will be held as following placeholder upcoming sessions Sessions begin at 8 30 a m on Monday and normally end at 4 30 p m every afternoon except Friday when the session ends no later than 3 p m Participants are expected to be present for the entire week There may also be some individual preparation required during the evening Please note that selected applicants only will be notified four weeks before the respective course Course travel accommodation and delivery costs will be paid for by the Joint Learning Program JLP Salaries will be absorbed by each facilitator s respective department or agency For more information read the JLP Questions and Answers for Potential Facilitators 25 May Orientation Session 5 days Halifax NS English Home About Us Welcome Objectives Guidelines Criteria and Key Principles MOU with Respect to JLP Governance Structure Eligible Organizations Frequently Asked Questions Workshops Creating a Harassment Free Workplace Duty to Accommodate Employment Equity

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