Members: $1,295.00, Non-Members: $1,895.00 (plus vat per person)
Supervisors have many responsibilities, including directing and motivating the performance of others, and ensuring that employees are given every opportunity to perform to their fullest potential. Whether you are an experienced supervisor, newly promoted, or striving to earn a promotion, this programme is designed to help you correctly set goals and objectives, understand when and how to coach, and recognise how to improve the effectiveness of those in your department or team.
When team members become involved in solving problems and are able to benefit from sufficient feedback, they develop a better understanding of what is expected of them and therefore improve their chances of individual success, while ensuring that their team and organisation are able to achieve its goals.
Members: $750.00, Non-Members: $1,050.00 (plus vat per person)
According to the Industrial Relations Act (Sec. 10:3), "...the Court in the exercise of its powers shall: (a) make such order or award in relation to a dispute before it as it considers fair and just, having regard to the interests of the persons immediately concerned and the community as a whole…”.
In this regard, careful study and analysis of judgments coming out of the Industrial Court of Trinidad and Tobago are helpful to inform and direct future behaviour, policies and decisions concerning matters involving employers and employees. Having knowledge of, and understanding these statutes can therefore offer essential guidance on managing workplace issues in accordance with the principles of good industrial relations practice.
Members: $1,400.00, Non-Members: $1,960.00 (plus vat per person)
If you want to gain essential knowledge and skills in evaluating the effectiveness of an organisation's human capital or strengthen your analytical skills...this session is for you!
In the business world, a variety of metrics can be used to determine the effectiveness of an organisational plan. The field of human resources is no different and because of this, utilising and comprehending metrics and analytics are essential skills for HR and IR professionals. Apart from understanding trends and predicting future outcomes, HR metrics can be used to provide information and insights, and communicate with senior management to influence strategic decisions of the organisation. In this course, participants will learn a number of useful formulas and definitions, and assess the indicators that matter most to their organisation.
This programme will provide a foundational understanding of the principles and practices of good Industrial Relations and provide the tools to correctly interpret, understand and apply the laws governing the Industrial Relations system in Trinidad and Tobago. Participants will be exposed to principles related to effectively managing workplace issues such as grievances, collective bargaining, employment contracts and dealing with trade unions.
This course is an advanced study of the practical application of labour laws in T&T. Participants will become proficient in handling real-world matters relating to drafting essential documents, resolving disputes, understanding Court protocol and preparing for and appearing before the Industrial Court.
This course will analyse relevant labour laws governing Industrial Relations/Human Resource Management and Labour Relations in Trinidad and Tobago. Participants will gain important insights for understanding, interpreting and applying these laws in their respective organisations or to various employment issues such as industrial action, employment contracts and other labour-related matters.