FSMC 007 - Labour Relations - Fire Services

FSMC 007 - Labour Relations - Fire Services 

 
Course Description
This course explores the relationship between Labour and Management from a management point of view, particularly in the environment of an organized workforce. An overview of Labour Relations interests and areas of responsibility including labour law, Ministry of Labour, grievances, mediation, arbitration, investigation and collective bargaining will be studied. Role-playing exercises will be utilized for practical, hands-on learning, demonstrating the impact of poor labour relations practices and the value of ideal practices. 
 
Course Rationale
Senior municipal  leaders including Fire administrators must understand how to create a culture of collaboration and excellence. Stakeholders must be participants in the task of creating this environment where operational performance excellence is the norm. Organizational  positive relationships must be an ongoing process if a department is to address efficiencies and have effective business practices that deliver good outcomes for public service. Labour relations is the key to developing a culture of collaboration and excellence. Administrators must sustain the needed skills to guide the organization on its journey to this worthy destination.  
 
This course is part of the Humber College Fire Service Executive Management Certificate program, and counts as one (1) of the twelve (12) compulsory courses required towards the certificate.
 
The cost for this course is $399.00.  A minimum of 12 participants must be registered in order for the course to proceed.

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FSMC 007 - Labour Relations
ONLINE Course Date:  March 29 - April 25, 2021 COURSE FULL-IF YOU WISH TO BE ADDED TO A WAIT LIST EMAIL shelley.molica@oafc.on.ca
Course Hours: 20
Instructor: Andy MacDonald
Additional Information: Once registered course specifics like modules, marking, etc will all be available approximately one week prior to course start date when registered students receive instructions to log on to MyHumber/BlackBoard.
 
This course is part of the Humber College Fire Service Executive Management Certificate program, and counts as one (1) of the twelve (12) compulsory courses required towards the certificate.
 
Course Description
This course explores the relationship between Labour and Management from a management point of view, particularly in the environment of an organized workforce. An overview of Labour Relations interests and areas of responsibility including labour law, Ministry of Labour, grievances, mediation, arbitration, investigation and collective bargaining will be studied. Role-playing exercises will be utilized for practical, hands-on learning, demonstrating the impact of poor labour relations practices and the value of ideal practices. 
 
Course Rationale
Senior municipal  leaders including Fire administrators must understand how to create a culture of collaboration and excellence. Stakeholders must be participants in the task of creating this environment where operational performance excellence is the norm. Organizational  positive relationships must be an ongoing process if a department is to address efficiencies and have effective business practices that deliver good outcomes for public service. Labour relations is the key to developing a culture of collaboration and excellence. Administrators must sustain the needed skills to guide the organization on its journey to this worthy destination.