2017 QUÉBEC REGIONAL ADVANCED TRAINING
February 8-11, 2017
HÔTEL LE VICTORIN
19, Arthabaska East Blvd., Qc. G6T 0S4
You must select only one course. We reserve the right to assign you to a course other than the one you selected. You will be asked to select your course indicating an order of preference.
Block 1: Leadership - 3 days
Block 2: Steward Training: The Social Approach - 3 days
Block 3: Violence in the Workplace – 3 days
Block 4: Disciplinary Measures (2 days) and Performance Management (1 day)
Participants are expected to arrive between 10 AM and 12 PM on Wednesday February 8. A meal will be served on site between 12 PM and 1 PM and training will begin at 1 PM. Travel expenses will be reimbursed according to PIPSC Travel policies.
Members attending will be entitled to accommodations the night before the meeting if they cannot arrive at the meeting location on time without leaving home before 7 am. If this applies, please request the night of February 7 on your registration form in the Special Requirements section.
Training will finish around noon on Saturday (depending on the course). In accordance with PIPSC Travel policies, if you are unable to arrive home before 8 PM, please request the night of February 11 on your registration form, Special Requirements section.
In addition, if you believe it unsafe for you to arrive home as per these policies, you may be entitled to accommodations for Saturday evening. Please contact Anne Renaud to request a special authorization.
These provisions apply whether members are travelling to the training venue by car or by plane. They also imply that they are travelling by the most direct route without stopping for a meal.
Since we cannot accept more than 10 participants in each block, enrolment will be limited to 40 stewards for this project. Should we receive more enrolment requests than the number of seats available, a Selection Committee will be formed to select the participants based on different criteria.
You will be reimbursed for your Wednesday, Thursday and Friday salary, except in the case of stewards living within a short distance of the training location (Victoriaville) who will not be able to claim reimbursement for all of Wednesday. Your travel expenses will also be reimbursed according to the Institute’s Travel Policy. All meals are included in the package, except for the Tuesday and Saturday evenings (when necessary). Included suppers from Wednesday to Friday have yet to be determined You will eventually be able to claim these meals as per the Travel Policy. We will make all reservations for you. Should you need to make special arrangements (car rental, stay-over, etc.), please contact Anne Renaud at the Montreal Regional Office at: email@example.com
Documents: The documents will be provided to you on site. However, please bring your collective agreement.
TO REGISTER, please click HERE or on the following link to access the online form. http://www.pipsc.ca/portal/page/portal/website/regions/quebec/training_reg
THE DEADLINE FOR THE ONLINE REGISTRATION IS JANUARY 2, 2017.
Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact Anne Renaud at the Montreal Regional Office at 514-288-3545 or 1-800-363-0622, extension 5635, or by emailing her at: firstname.lastname@example.org
« LEADERSHIP »
This three-day train-the-trainer course will allow participants to deliver the basic course, which is aimed at:
- defining leadership styles
- identifying leadership styles compatible with union values
- recognizing the conditions and skills needed to build union leadership
In this session, we will also identify a vision of union leadership and the conditions for developing unifying leadership
STEWARD TRAINING: THE SOCIAL APPROACH
The aim of this advanced course is to help participants better understand the social approach taken by stewards and clearly identify the nature of a steward’s interventions. The course is also designed to help participants take a preventive union approach when their co-workers are faced with psychosocial problems or addiction.
VIOLENCE IN THE WORKPLACE
This basic training is designed to equip local officials with knowledge of the relevant provisions of the laws governing psychological harassment. In addition to helping participants develop a union approach to settling psychological harassment cases, the course will provide them with an effective method for investigating such cases, which are never easy to manage or address.
Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
- identify the steps in and intent of the progressive discipline process;
- appreciate the steward’s role in the disciplinary process;
- support members facing discipline using effective interviewing, communication and investigation skills;
- demonstrate an ability to assess discipline-related situations and to determine additional processes that may be required and;
- network with other stewards and seek support and collaboration
Upon completion of the course, you will be able to:
- identify components of the Performance Management Program;
- appreciate areas of concern around performance management;
- develop and evaluate options for supporting members going through the performance management process;
- appreciate the stewards’ role in supporting members and;
- identify resources and services to assist members