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Looking Back on Spring 2017...
Stephanie Noel, Business Development Manager, Queen's IRC

Stephanie NoelSummer is here and many of us are already taking vacations and spending some quality time with our family and friends. I am currently attending our summer Negotiation Skills program, being offered in beautiful downtown Halifax. At the IRC, we are reflecting on the spring program season and preparing for the fall. I would like to take a minute to thank all the people who attend our programs and the organizations who sponsor them. Congratulations to those who have earned their certificates.

This spring, we introduced three new programs. Our Strategies for Workplace Conflicts program teaches practical and effective conflict resolution skills for managing everyday workplace disputes. This program will run again Nov 21-23, 2017 in Toronto. Our Performance Management program is designed to give participants insights and competency in the key strategies, methods and processes for performance management. It will be offered October 18-19, 2017 in Calgary. We also introduced our Designing Collaborative Workplaces program, which focuses on advancing high performance teams and creating a new workplace culture. It runs again on Sept 26-28, 2017 in Toronto.

This fall, we will celebrate our 80th anniversary. Please stay tuned for more details about our plans so you can celebrate with us. We are also working on designing new programs to be launched in 2018.

I am proud of the work we are doing at Queen’s IRC and I encourage you to take a few minutes to review the excellent papers and articles we have released this spring:

Article RecapSpring 2017 Article Recap

Looking for more? Check out Top 5 Queen's IRC Articles from 2016

 

Queen's IRC Certificate Fast Facts
Cathy Sheldrick, Queen's IRC Marketing Assistant, 2017

Queen's IRC CertificatesDid you know that we offer Certificates in Advanced Human Resources, Organization Development, Labour Relations, and Advanced Labour Relations? When you place a Queen’s University IRC Certificate on your wall, it tells your colleagues that you have received leading skills-building education and that you are a committed continuous learner. Check out our Certificate Roadmap: Download PDF

Certificate Fast Facts:

  • You need 12 credits to earn a certificate
  • 1 credit generally equals 1 training day
  • You can take programs in the order that best addresses your learning needs or fits your schedule
  • We offer programs across Canada
  • Certificates have prerequisites, but we can sometimes substitute these prerequisites depending on your experience – you still have to earn 12 credits to earn a certificate
  • In order to receive an Advanced Labour Relations Certificate, you must first earn the Labour Relations Certificate
  • Added bonus: credits never expire and there is no set time to complete your certificate

Visit our website for more information about:

Still have questions? Contact us at 1-888-858-7838 or irc@queensu.ca.

 

 
 
 

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Queen's IRC an HR Reporter Readers' Choice Awards Winner

Canadian HR Reporter - Readers Choice Awards WinnerFor the second year in a row, we’ve been named as a winner in the Labour Relations Training Provider category in the Canadian HR Reporter’s Readers' Choice Awards. We are honoured to be recognized by HR and LR professionals in both management and union positions, and we look forward to continuing to provide them with the critical skills required to lead change and build a collaborative culture in a global economy.

See the full list of winners: HR Reporter

 
 
 

Upcoming Programs

 
 

 

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For an overview of our professional development training, from the perspective of our participants and speakers, please check out our Queen’s IRC Video.

For more program information, download our Spring 2017-Spring 2018 Program Planner.

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