Leadership-Human Resource Management

1.    Leadership: Right choice, Right time, Right now

This 40 hr program delivers training on the fundamentals of “Leadership”. You will learn the concepts of Leaderships, Trust, Motivation, Team Building, Coaching, Mentoring, Time Management, Problem Solving, Communication, and Action Planning. You will be training on the skill set to become a more effective leader. As part of the course you will explore a variety of leadership theories. We will explore your personal leadership perspective by identifying and articulating personal value and skills through a variety of assessment tools. You will be provided with the opportunity to utilize adult education tools by interactive breakout session with you classmates. Developing the communication skills required to become a great leader. As part of this you will learn how to teach the skills you learned with each other strengthening you understanding of the concepts of leadership while providing the forum to share ideas on how to provide effective leadership. As part of this program you will develop your own “Leadership Contract” which you will take away with you to execute later. 

To be eligible to participate in the Workplace education Program, you must be employed (or self-employed), meet with the instructor for a 20 minute needs assessment meeting, and commit to attending 80% of the course time (at least 32 hours attendance is required to obtain a certificate.)

Course starts on Tuesday evenings 5:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m April 11th, 2017 (12 weeks). 

2.    Essential Human Resource Management

Course Description: This course will cover the fundamentals of Human Resources.  Whether you are the Human Resource Officer, managing your own business, or a staff supervisor, this course will help you with your most precious resource – people!  This program will cover:

•       Identification of your organizations’ immediate needs (Strategy).

•      Developing organization policy and procedures.

•      Job Analysis and Job Descriptions and the role they play.

•      Understanding of some of HR best practices.

•      Interviewing and selection.

•      Coaching and mentoring.

•      Ways to improve organizational communication.

•      Performance Management principles.

•      Progressive Discipline / Termination

•      Effectively recognizing and rewarding employees.

•      Becoming an Employer of Choice

To be eligible to participate in the Workplace education Program you must be employed (or self-employed), meet with the instructor for a 20 minute needs assessment meeting,  and commit to attending 80% of the course time (at least 32 hours attendance is required to obtain a certificate.)

Course starts on Monday evenings 5:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m April 3rd (12 weeks). 

3.    Proposal Writing for Grants

This practical 40-hour course will give you a solid understanding on how to write a grant proposal for your not-for-profit organization or community project. The course will cover the following:

  • Develop skills in researching for grant opportunities

  • Learn about the grant award process

  • Develop typical parts of a proposal

  • Use persuasive language

  • Sharpen your business writing skills

  • Create a professionally formatted proposal

  • Learn techniques to present your proposal

The goal is to have a written draft proposal by the end of the course. If you love learning in an instructor led, interactive group setting, with hands on activities using a computer, this course will give you expert advice and a forum to discuss and solve your challenges.

You must be proficient using a PC and the internet. To be eligible to participate in the Workplace education Program you must be employed (or self-employed), meet with the instructor for a 20 minute needs assessment meeting,  and commit to attending 80% of the course time (at least 32 hours attendance is required to obtain a certificate.)

Course starts on Wednesday evenings 5:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m April 5th, 2017 (12 weeks).