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Labour Relations Certificate presented by Toronto Metropolitan University<br />and Lancaster House

Labour Relations Certificate


May 30 - June 22, 2022 (8 sessions over 4 weeks)
Virtual Program • 12:30 – 4:00 p.m. ET



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Upon completion of this program, participants will receive a Labour Relations Certificate from Toronto Metropolitan University.


Certificates of completion will be awarded to attendees who participate in at least six of the eight sessions live.



 

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In support of efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19, Lancaster House and our partners at Toronto Metropolitan University have worked closely to move the Labour Relations Certificate program online. Our virtual program will meet the same high standards to which all Lancaster House events are held.

Program Chair

Daphne Taras
Dean, Ted Rogers School
Toronto Metropolitan University


Program Faculty

Carla Black
Employer Counsel,
Rae Christen Jeffries LLP
Alex Brat
Senior Executive Director,
Labour Relations
The Division of People Strategy,
Equity & Culture
University of Toronto
Esi Codjoe
Employer Counsel
Turnpenney Milne

Bruce Curran
Associate Professor,
Faculty of Law University of Manitoba

Chris Davidson
Senior Program Lawyer and Researcher
Koml Kandola
Arbitrator/Mediator

Avner Levin
Professor, Faculty of Law and Law & Business Department, Toronto Metropolitan University

Niki Lundquist
Associate Counsel, Legal Department Unifor

Niki Lundquist
Associate Counsel, Legal Department Unifor

Ravi Malhotra
Professor, Faculty of Law
University of Ottawa
Archana Mathew
Grievance Officer
Ontario Public Service Employees Union

Ravi Malhotra
Professor, Faculty of Law
University of Ottawa
Archana Mathew
Grievance Officer
Ontario Public Service Employees Union

Peggy Nash
Senior Advisor and Advisory Committee Chair,
Centre for Labour Management Relations
Toronto Metropolitan University

Dionne Pohler
Associate Professor, University of Saskatchewan
Jim Stanford
Economist and Director Centre for Future Work Australia Institute
Bob Thompson

Professor, Human Resources
Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology
Kelly VanBuskirk

Adjunct Professor
University of New Brunswick


Program

The Labour Relations Certificate Program, presented by Toronto Metropolitan University and Lancaster House, is designed to provide individuals engaged in labour relations with the core skills and knowledge required to create and maintain productive union-management relationships that foster fair and efficient workplaces.

Taught by Canada's leading labour relations scholars and practitioners, this program combines theory, leading research, and professional experience to provide an education that has immediate application in participants' workplaces.

Program features

  • Access to leading Canadian experts in a small-group setting
  • Active learning through group discussion, case studies, and simulations
  • Balanced coverage of labour and management points of view
  • Management, union, and neutral attendees learn together
  • Exposure to diverse opinions and extensive knowledge of fellow participants
  • Variety of speakers (academics, lawyers, practitioners, subject-matter experts)

Who should attend?

  • Human resources professionals
  • Union officers and representatives
  • Lawyers
  • Managers
  • Mediators
  • Workplace investigators

 
 
 
 

Questions?

E-mail Christine Winiker or call (416) 977-6618 for more information.




Continuing Professional Development


HRPA Continuing Professional Development

This program has been approved for 3.5 Continuing Professional Development hours per session under Section A3 of the Recertification Log of the Human Resources Professionals Association.


Lancaster House CPD
  • This program has been approved by the Law Society of Saskatchewan for 21.25 Continuing Professional Development Hours.
  • This program has been approved by CPHR Alberta for 28 Continuing Professional Development Hours.
  • This program has been approved by the Law Society of British Columbia for 28 Continuing Professional Development hours.