Certificate Completers will be able to
. Examine compensation systems and the role they play in organizations.
. Discuss legally-required benefits.
. Analyze laws applicable to the National Labor Code.
. Create and evaluate contractual and handbook language.
. Integrate the history of labor relations into the present day workplace.
. Analyze the growth, decline, and subsequent evolution of unions in the U.S.
. Analyze the role of training in organizations.
. Develop instructional materials and training media to support instruction.
. Evaluate training effectiveness.
. Evaluate the effectiveness of diversity management strategies in an organization.
Completers will be able to apply credits toward the following programs:
. 101161, Human Resources
Catalog No. Description Credits
10-116-112 Compensation/Benefits Admin
10-196-169 Diversity in the Workplace
10-116-113 Labor Relations & Negotiations
10-116-114 Training for Organizations
10-116-112 Compensation/Benefits Admin...applies the skills and tools necessary to design, implement and manage a compensation and benefits program as a tool for recruitment, retention and performance management of employees.
10-196-169 Diversity in the Workplace...analyze the effect of perceptions, attitudes, biases, and organization culture on diversity, dealing with barriers, measuring progress, and celebrating success.
10-116-113 Labor Relations & Negotiations...introduces the participant to the history of the labor movement and includes the legal collective bargaining processes while applying the learned skills with case studies, a mock negotiation of a realistic collective bargaining contract, and the simulation of a grievance arbitration.
10-116-114 Training for Organizations...applies the skills and tools necessary to implement the training cycle of assessment, design, implementation and evaluation. Each learner will develop and present a complete training project based upon adult learning theory and instructional design techniques.
For more information, please contact: The Business & Information Technology Department,(920) 498-5435 or (800) 422-NWTC, extension 5435,or contact Enrollment Services at 888-385-NWTC.