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Course # Courses Length (Hours) Distance Status
COMM0050 Flipping Conflict

Description: In a changing workplace, healthy differences can escalate to conflict. Addressing conflict quickly and effectively is a crucial leadership role. This course enables leaders to recognize signs that conflict exists, assess each conflict situation to determine their level of involvement, and serve as a catalyst to encourage those involved in the conflict to achieve resolution. Leaders learn the skills to both provide support and act as mediators.
Hours: 7
Credits: 0

7   Details
GINT0351 Property Management 101

Description: This workshop will focus on compliance; landlord and tenant rights; and responsibilities. In Ontario, the Residential Tenancy Act (RTA) governs residential rental activities by balancing the rights and responsibilities of landlords and tenants. This workshop will cover topics such as; Tenancy Agreements, Responsibilities of Landlords, Responsibilities of Tenants, Termination of Tenancies, Assignment and Subletting, Rent Rules, Maintenance Standards, Landlord and Tenant Board, and Enforcement. After completing this workshop participants will gain a better understanding of the concepts and process that should be followed when entered in a landlord tenant relationship.
Hours: 3
Credits: 0

3   Details
EDUC0060 Train The Trainer

Description: For new training professionals and for other trainers who want a hands-on understanding of the training process, this workshop has been designed to provide a practical, ‘how to' guide of the entire training function from needs assessment to evaluation.

This workshop will not only prepare new training staff with crucial survival skills, but also provide experienced trainers with the skills to ensure that adult learners get the most out of their training. You will learn how to conduct a needs analysis and select the best training strategy and use available tools to measure training outcomes. The participant will gain new skills and techniques to create a high impact learning environment including hands-on practice of training techniques, presentation skills, icebreakers and effectively managing the learning environment.
Hours: 24
Credits: 0

24   Details

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