2019 SCHEDULED PUBLIC TRAINING

To download a printable version of the 2019 Training Calendar please click here. 

Public Workshops

 

Dates


Workplace Relations Practitioner      
2 full days                     Member $95.00
                                                                                  Non-Members $1295.00                                                                                                            

This introductory level workshop takes you on a journey of discovery from the commencement of the employment relationship to its termination.  Learn about the higher education industrial relations environment, including current legislation, the various industrial instruments, and the underlying concepts that underpin practice. We show you how to make use of the full range of employment law sources and through sharing details of real cases will provide you with insights into how your university can manage risk.

 

 

BNE

PER

MEL

ADE

SYD

BNE

SYD

5 – 6 MAR

12 – 13 MAR

20 – 21 MAR

26 – 27 MAR

3 – 4 APR

9 – 10 JUL

31 JUL – 1 AUG

 

Performance and Misconduct                        ½ day (morning session)

 

Creating a University culture of respect and civility requires a thorough understanding of the practical application of Federal and State bullying, harassment and equal opportunity laws.  This interactive workshop takes you through a complex case study dealing with inappropriate behaviour, applying current legal norms to multipart fact situations. Through isolating issues, learn to employ applicable legal rules and reach a conclusion regarding appropriate action and risks.

 

 

MEL

PER

ADE

BNE

SYD

2 MAY

14 MAY

16 MAY

21 MAY

23 MAY

Managing Ill and Injured                                  ½ day (afternoon session)

 

Developed as a guide for Senior HR/IR/ER Practitioners, this interactive workshop explores a case-study looking at managing the employee and their treating practitioner, as well as their manager and team.  Aiming to provide an understanding of what questions you can ask of which people and when. You will gain a greater understanding of the parameters of your role in managing an unfit employee.

 

 

MEL

PER

ADE

BNE

SYD

2 MAY

14 MAY

16 MAY

21 MAY

23 MAY

Investigations                                                ½ day (morning session)

 

Supervisors charged with the task of complaint investigation have little or no training in this essential skill and rely on HR to help navigate them through.  This interactive workshop takes participants through the effective investigation of a complex complaint.  Participants develop practical skills in assisting supervisors to successfully investigate and report on a workplace complaint.

 

 

PER

ADE

MEL

BNE

SYD

2 JUL

4 JUL

25 JUL

20 AUG

22 AUG

Allegations                                                      ½ day (afternoon session)

 

In dealing with misconduct/serious misconduct, the importance of correctly framed allegations cannot be overestimated.  This interactive workshop takes you through the drafting of complex allegations, based on a hypothetical investigation report.  You will learn to recognise the difference between allegations, particulars and evidence, as well as understand and apply the principles of correct drafting.

 

 

PER

ADE

MEL

BNE

SYD

2 JUL

4 JUL

25 JUL

20 AUG

22 AUG

Preparing for the Fair Work Commission     ½ day (morning session)

 

This training program has been developed as a guide for Senior WR/HR/IR Practitioners who either have not often or ever responded to a Fair Work Commission application.  The workshop looks at the most common applications and take you through 2-3 case studies, to develop your response, including what you should, could and cannot include.  You will look at Witness Statements and evidence gathering.

 

 

MEL

PER

ADE

BNE

SYD

8 OCT

16 OCT

18 OCT

22 OCT

24 OCT

Advocacy                                                        ½ day (afternoon session)

 

This training program has been developed as a guide for WR/IR/HR Practitioners who either have rarely or never advocated a matter in the Fair Work Commission.  This program will look at the developing and presenting oral submissions, understanding how to examine and cross-examine witnesses, and developing closing submissions.

 

 

MEL

PER

ADE

BNE

SYD

8 OCT

16 OCT

18 OCT

22 OCT

24 OCT

 

Situational Leadership II (SLII)                    1 full day

 

If you want to be a leader that others want to follow you will need to set clear and attainable expectations/goals, match your leadership style to individuals needs in your team, and give appropriate feedback.  As a Situational Leader, you will help others develop competence, motivation and confidence.  In this workshop you will learn to diagnose the needs of an individual and then use the appropriate leadership style to respond to those needs and provide feedback to help sustain/improve performance.

 

 

PER

ADE

MEL

BNE

SYD

9 APR

11 APR

5 JUN

18 JUN

20 JUN

Managing For Success                                   1 full day

 

This program immerses participants in practical activities that provide the opportunity to explore having conversations that can be perceived as difficult.  Participants will be given models and will have the opportunity to apply them in a safe non-judgemental environment.  Participants will have the opportunity to understand what it is like to be both the manager and the employee – which gives them insight into how to deal with the matter at hand.  Participants are also encouraged to apply what they are learning in the workshop to situations they are dealing with currently in the workplace.

 

 

PER

ADE

MEL

BNE

SYD

27 AUG

29 AUG

12 SEP

17 SEP

19 SEP

To download a printable version of the 2019 Training Calandar please click here.

 

For more details about each of these programs visit relevant page or contact training@aheia.edu or call 03 8611 0504

       
         

Training Terms, Conditions & Refunds

More than 28 calendar days prior to event start date a participant may: substitute an attendee, transfer to an alternative program date or cancel participation in a training program and request a refund by emailing training@aheia.edu.au

15 - 28 calendar days prior to event start date a participant may: substitute an attendee or transfer to an alternative program date

14 calendar days or less prior to event start date  a participant may: substitute an attendee.

To ensure the maximum value for AHEIA members, a minimum number of participants are required to run a successful program. AHEIA reserves the right to cancel or postpone a program to an alternative date. In this event registrants will be offered the opportunity to transfer to the next available program, or receive a full refund.

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