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ERIC Number: ED072359
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1973
Pages: 20
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Course Catalogue, 1972-1973, Labor Relations Training Center.
Civil Service Commission, Washington, DC. Bureau of Training.
The curriculum of the Labor Relations Training Center is designed to: (1) orient top executives to the latest trends in public sector labor-management relations; (2) increase knowledge and understanding among all Federal, state, and local executives, managers and supervisors about the requirements and processes of collective bargaining; and (3) increase the skills and operational capabilities of managers and supervisors engaged in daily contact with labor organizations. The format of the training includes orientation, formal instruction and skill development; it utilizes current educational methods and encourages and expects a high level of student participation during training sessions. The courses in the General Series, designed to orient and provide a general understanding and knowledge of the functional aspects of the labor relations process, are: Labor Relations Briefing for Executives (1 day); Labor Relations for Supervisors (3 days); Basic Labor-Management Relations (5 days); Introduction to Collective Bargaining Negotiations (5 days); Labor Relations for Personnel Specialists (3 days); and Labor Relations Symposium for Executives (3 days). The Specialty Workshop Series are courses designed to provide specific skill training; these are: Labor Disputes and Their Resolution (3 days); Advanced Collective Bargaining Negotiations (5 days); Workshop on Arbitration and Fact-Finding (4 days); and Management Preparation for Labor Relations (4 days). The focus, cost, and dates of all courses are provided. (DB)
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Authoring Institution: Civil Service Commission, Washington, DC. Bureau of Training.