Calendar

August

Start Date: August 19, 2019

End Date: August 19, 2019

Start Date: August 21, 2019

End Date: August 21, 2019

Start Date: August 22, 2019

End Date: August 22, 2019

Location: Frankford Tourist Park
Time: 5 – 7 pm

Start Date: August 27, 2019

End Date: August 29, 2019

The Community Safety and Well-Being Planning workshop, designed for municipal administrators and community partners, teaches the knowledge, skills and practices necessary to develop a local community safety and well-being plan. Ontario’s Bill 68, the Community Safety and Policing Act, mandates all Ontario municipalities to develop and implement a Community Safety and Well-Being Plan by 2021.

The developer of the Community Safety and Well-Being Planning workshop, Hugh C. Russell, was a principal architect behind the province’s community safety and well-being planning strategy. He brought to this initiative more than 50 years of community development experience that spans the globe and close to 40 years’ experience working closely with police, other emergency services and military forces across North America.

Who Should Attend

This learning event is designed for teams (3-4 people) of municipal administrators and their community partners who will be organizing community safety and well-being planning in their own communities.

  • Municipal councilors, CAOs, clerks, treasurers, planners
  • Police leaders, police service board representatives
  • Social services and other community stakeholders and champions

What You Will Learn

  • Work with planning data from your own community
  • Create your own planning team; practice working together; and go home with momentum needed to get this job done by 2021
  • Understand and apply the Province’s Framework for Community Safety and Well-being Planning
  • Compare plans developed by other Ontario towns and design the plan best suited for your community
  • Identify your own community assets and figure out how to engage them in community safety planning
  • Discover factors that put community safety at risk and figure out how to reduce them
  • Plan public consultation that reaches all elements of your community
  • Select evidence-based solutions to local safety and well-being challenges
  • Design evaluation for your community safety and well-being plan
  • Become part of a Community-of-Practice with planners from other Ontario towns

Our Approach

Municipal teams bring real planning data from their own communities to work with during the workshop. They complete the workshop as a team, with new knowledge, skills and practice needed to apply themselves to the bigger job back home.

Our Facilitators

Pat Finnegan is a full-time faculty member of Loyalist College’s law and justice studies programs. He brings to this effort over 30 years as an Ontario Provincial Police officer. Pat retired from that career as commander of the Napanee, Ontario detachment where he was known for his deep commitment to police-community partnerships to resolve community problems. Pat is one of our most respected classroom lecturers. He brings a fresh and engaging style of teaching and learners leave his classes motivated to apply what they have learned. Pat specializes in strategies for mobilizing and engaging community organizations to mitigate risks and prevent crime and social disorder.

Russ Grant comes from the world of business where he has worked with large and small organizations to develop programs, foster leaders, increase the quality of teamwork, and solve problems through planning. He has designed and conducted learning programs in coaching, communication, problem solving, creative thinking, conflict resolution, interest based negotiation and gender/cultural diversity. Most recently, he completed a project to increase economic development initiatives in a rural Ontario municipality. Russ’s style is low key, engaging and encourages creation of an open space where all interests can be heard.

Pete Lennox is a consultant and educator in policing, leadership and community well-being. After more than 35 years, he retired from policing in 2018, as commander of the Toronto Police College. He specializes in strategies for working with individuals and agencies across the community and increasing police-community interaction, trust and problem-solving. Most recently Pete served as technical advisor to Trent University (Durham campus) in the design of a new, four-year, baccalaureate program which focuses on integrating professionals from social agencies, education, health, mental health, policing and municipal governance in strategies for increasing community safety and well-being.

Meara Sullivan is a community and restorative justice specialist. She first began to put these together over 20 years ago in Northern Ireland where she worked at a peace and reconciliation centre. She’s adept at brokering dialogue and constructive exchanges among diverse community groups. Meara is a qualified academic with peer-reviewed publications in her field; and research, curriculum design and lecturing skills. Currently Meara’s leading a community initiative in north Hastings County to introduce restorative justice practices as viable alternatives to more institutionalized and frequently less productive or satisfactory criminal justice solutions to people in conflict.

Duration:

This is a 3-day workshop running 9-4 pm each day

Locations:

  • Peterborough/Kawartha Lakes Region (July 9-11)
  • Lanark County Region (July 23-25)
  • Bruce Penninsula Region (August 13-15)
  • Stormont Dundas & Glengarry Region (August 27-29)

Investment:

Ask about your team investment

Contact: Email Tiffeny Dyck tdyck@loyalistcollege.com or call 613-969-1913 Ext 2294 for questions.

Start Date: August 27, 2019

End Date: August 29, 2019

The Community Safety and Well-Being Planning workshop, designed for municipal administrators and community partners, teaches the knowledge, skills and practices necessary to develop a local community safety and well-being plan. Ontario’s Bill 68, the Community Safety and Policing Act, mandates all Ontario municipalities to develop and implement a Community Safety and Well-Being Plan by 2021.

The developer of the Community Safety and Well-Being Planning workshop, Hugh C. Russell, was a principal architect behind the province’s community safety and well-being planning strategy. He brought to this initiative more than 50 years of community development experience that spans the globe and close to 40 years’ experience working closely with police, other emergency services and military forces across North America.

Who Should Attend

This learning event is designed for teams (3-4 people) of municipal administrators and their community partners who will be organizing community safety and well-being planning in their own communities.

  • Municipal councilors, CAOs, clerks, treasurers, planners
  • Police leaders, police service board representatives
  • Social services and other community stakeholders and champions

What You Will Learn

  • Work with planning data from your own community
  • Create your own planning team; practice working together; and go home with momentum needed to get this job done by 2021
  • Understand and apply the Province’s Framework for Community Safety and Well-being Planning
  • Compare plans developed by other Ontario towns and design the plan best suited for your community
  • Identify your own community assets and figure out how to engage them in community safety planning
  • Discover factors that put community safety at risk and figure out how to reduce them
  • Plan public consultation that reaches all elements of your community
  • Select evidence-based solutions to local safety and well-being challenges
  • Design evaluation for your community safety and well-being plan
  • Become part of a Community-of-Practice with planners from other Ontario towns

Our Approach

Municipal teams bring real planning data from their own communities to work with during the workshop. They complete the workshop as a team, with new knowledge, skills and practice needed to apply themselves to the bigger job back home.

Our Facilitators

Pat Finnegan is a full-time faculty member of Loyalist College’s law and justice studies programs. He brings to this effort over 30 years as an Ontario Provincial Police officer. Pat retired from that career as commander of the Napanee, Ontario detachment where he was known for his deep commitment to police-community partnerships to resolve community problems. Pat is one of our most respected classroom lecturers. He brings a fresh and engaging style of teaching and learners leave his classes motivated to apply what they have learned. Pat specializes in strategies for mobilizing and engaging community organizations to mitigate risks and prevent crime and social disorder.

Russ Grant comes from the world of business where he has worked with large and small organizations to develop programs, foster leaders, increase the quality of teamwork, and solve problems through planning. He has designed and conducted learning programs in coaching, communication, problem solving, creative thinking, conflict resolution, interest based negotiation and gender/cultural diversity. Most recently, he completed a project to increase economic development initiatives in a rural Ontario municipality. Russ’s style is low key, engaging and encourages creation of an open space where all interests can be heard.

Pete Lennox is a consultant and educator in policing, leadership and community well-being. After more than 35 years, he retired from policing in 2018, as commander of the Toronto Police College. He specializes in strategies for working with individuals and agencies across the community and increasing police-community interaction, trust and problem-solving. Most recently Pete served as technical advisor to Trent University (Durham campus) in the design of a new, four-year, baccalaureate program which focuses on integrating professionals from social agencies, education, health, mental health, policing and municipal governance in strategies for increasing community safety and well-being.

Meara Sullivan is a community and restorative justice specialist. She first began to put these together over 20 years ago in Northern Ireland where she worked at a peace and reconciliation centre. She’s adept at brokering dialogue and constructive exchanges among diverse community groups. Meara is a qualified academic with peer-reviewed publications in her field; and research, curriculum design and lecturing skills. Currently Meara’s leading a community initiative in north Hastings County to introduce restorative justice practices as viable alternatives to more institutionalized and frequently less productive or satisfactory criminal justice solutions to people in conflict.

Duration:

This is a 3-day workshop running 9-4 pm each day

Locations:

  • Peterborough/Kawartha Lakes Region (July 9-11)
  • Lanark County Region (July 23-25)
  • Bruce Penninsula Region (August 13-15)
  • Stormont Dundas & Glengarry Region (August 27-29)

Investment:

Ask about your team investment

Contact: Email Tiffeny Dyck tdyck@loyalistcollege.com or call 613-969-1913 Ext 2294 for questions.

September

Start Date: September 03, 2019

End Date: November 26, 2019

This course is designed for individuals looking to become Licensed Gas Technician 3’s (GT3) and who are currently working in the industry.  Upon successful completion of the course, individuals will have gained the knowledge to complete the theory portion of the Gas Technician 3 exam through the Technical Standards and Safety Authority (TSSA) for certification.  A comprehensive look at the gas heating industry will be covered and its regulations as follows:

  • Safety
  • Fasteners, Tools & Testing Instruments
  • Properties, Characteristics, and Safe Handling of Fuel Gases
  • Utilization Codes, Acts and Regulations
  • Utilization Codes, Acts and Regulations – Ontario Supplement
  • Introduction to Electricity
  • Technical Manuals, Specifications, Drawings and Graphs
  • Customer Relations
  • Introduction to Piping and Tubing Systems
  • Introduction to Gas Appliances

To successfully obtain your Gas Technician 3 license with TSSA students will be  required to:

  1. Successfully complete this training program
    • Minimum 90% attendance of class instruction
    • Minimum 75% mark on the TSSA written examination
  2. Minimum 75% on the practical evaluation assessment completed directly with TSSA
    1. Practical must be completed within 1 year of the written exam at a location of your choosing
    2. Additional fees for practical will apply from TSSA

Registrations are required 15 days in advance of the course start date.  

Prerequisite

Entry level course.

Your Facilitator:

John Simmons

Duration:

Training September 3-November 26, 2019 (Tuesday 6:00-9:00 pm)

Exam December 3, 2019 (Tuesday 9-1 pm)

Locations:

Loyalist College (Belleville)

Investment: $1,814.00+ HST per person, includes all course materials and TSSA written exam

Course materials provided

  • Student Manuals (Oil Burner Technician 3 – Student/Lab Manual)
  • B149 Codebooks (B149.1-15 Natural Gas and Propane Installation Code & B149.2-15 Propane Storage and Handling Code)

Contact: Email Tiffeny Dyck tdyck@loyalistcollege.com or call 613-969-1913 Ext 2294 for questions.

Start Date: September 06, 2019

End Date: September 06, 2019

Creating a Winning Social Media Strategy For Your Small Business 

Marketing your business on social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram and Twitter offers many benefits to small businesses. Most small businesses, however, are not utilizing social media to its fullest.

In this workshop, we aim to fix that. We will take an in-depth look at social media and how any small business can find social media success. We will discuss:

  • Why every business needs to use social media.
  • Which social media platforms you should utilize, based on your target audience.
  • How to set up your social media profiles for success.
  • What you should be posting.
  • How to grow an engaged social media following.
  • How to get the most from social media by running basic ad campaigns.

Facebook Link:

https://www.facebook.com/events/928960077450668/

Eventbrite Link:

https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/creating-a-winning-social-media-strategy-tickets-66927557125

Start Date: September 10, 2019

End Date: December 17, 2019

Module One: Introduction to Commercial Plant Production
Students will learn to identify the key differences in plant characteristics, receive an introduction to treatment techniques and Integrated Pest Management and the fundamentals of how to design and optimize the environment for commercial-scale cannabis production. In addition, students will study irrigation options and techniques; growing mediums and hydroponic systems; crop cycles; drying and storage procedures—all within the scope of Health Canada’s strict regulations.

Module Two: Introduction to Good Production Practices, Quality Assurance, Quality Control and Health Canada’s Regulations
Students will study the foundational topics and concepts in Good Production Practices including sanitation, security, storage, labelling, destruction, Standard Operating Procedure design and implementation, and record keeping. Students will also examine the key concepts in Quality Management Systems, Quality Assurance and Quality Control, an introduction to the history of legal and regulatory changes, and the application process for becoming a micro or standard licensed producer.

Who should attend?

Those who would like to learn more about the Cannabis Industry, working in or operating a Cannabis facility.

What you will Learn

  • Introduction to the Cannabis Plant
  • Facility and Cultivation Design and Cultivation Inputs
  • Pests and Disease
  • Environmental Conditions and Monitoring
  • Good Production Practices and Post Processing
  • Security
  • Quality Assurance, Quality Control & Quality Management System
  • Regulations and Laws

Prerequisite:

None

Your Facilitator:

Mathew Columbro

Duration:

14 Weeks, Online

Location:

Online

Investment:

$ 1499.00 plus HST

Contact

Email Colleen Ringham cringham@loyalistcollege.com or call 613-969-1913 Ext 2497 for questions.

Start Date: September 17, 2019

End Date: September 17, 2019

MORE INFO AND REGISTER

Start Date: September 18, 2019

End Date: September 18, 2019

Start Date: September 18, 2019

End Date: September 18, 2019

Driving is only part of the job. Safety is key!

A one-day course to put you in the driver’s seat.

Ask most aeroplane pilots what their most important function is, and they’ll likely say “safety”. This is no less true for forklift work, where you’ll have to operate swiftly with people moving around, worry about hazardous materials, and stack loads securely. Your Forklift Operator Safety Certificate is valid for a three-year period. If your card has expired, you too will need this training session. This course meets or exceeds all Ontario and CSA regulations and standards

Who Should Attend:

This is a compliant course. Inexperienced forklift drivers, and those with moderate prior experience operating a motorised, counterbalanced forklift.

What You Will Learn:

  • Minimum skill levels for using a motorised counterbalanced forklift in a reasonably challenging work simulation.
  • Practical, hands-on pre-use inspection, safe operating and parking/shut-down procedures. Practice under the helpful eye of the program trainer.

Your knowledge and skill level will be evaluated, and only those able to demonstrate a minimum level of operational competence will receive documentation of successful program completion.

Reach Truck Training may also be included in this training session at no extra charge for corporate clients!
Seminar Content:

  • Applicable regulations
  • Types of forklifts
  • Main parts of a forklift
  • Understanding forklift safety
  • Fuels and batteries

Prerequisite:

Trainees should have a moderate level of experience on the equipment but inexperienced drivers are welcome.

Your Facilitator:

Larry O’Donnell

Duration:

1 day (8:00-3:00 pm)

Locations:

Loyalist College & AllCan Warehouse (Belleville)

Investment: $249 + HST per person.

Requirements: All Participants are required to provide protective safety footwear to attend the warehouse portion of the class.

Contact: Email Melanie Roy mroy@loyalistcollege.com or call 613-969-1913 Ext 2480 for questions.

Start Date: September 18, 2019

End Date: September 18, 2019

Come and meet our domestic and international students that are seeking part-time employment. Meet candidates in-person, and fill your vacancies with highly motivated recruits.

When: Wednesday, September 18

Time: 11 am to 1 pm Location: Loyalist College Dining Hall

REGISTER

Start Date: September 21, 2019

End Date: September 21, 2019

Is your ODP Card valid? You can’t purchase refrigerants without it.

Here’s a one-day course to get you certified!

This Ontario government recognized Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Institutes (HRAI) program, provides the student with the Ozone Depletion Prevention Card (ODP). This card is mandatory for all personnel working with ozone depleting substances.

Who should attend?

Anyone refilling, servicing or repairing refrigeration equipment or handling refrigerants Suitable for residential commercial, industrial, domestic, automotive and mobile applications.

What you’ll learn

Based on Environment Canada’s “Code of Practice for Reducing CFC Emissions in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Systems”, the course and the Participants Manual supplied to deal with environmentally correct equipment design and proper handling of CFC/HCFC/HFC’s. It will prepare the participants for complying with provincial regulations covering refrigeration and air conditioning systems. Specific topics covered are CFC’s and the ozone layer; isolation valving; recommended components; leak detection methods; system charging procedures; special maintenance provisions, refrigerant recovery, reuse, recycling, and reclamation equipment.

Seminar Content:
  • CFC’s and the Ozone Layer
  • Global Efforts to Reduce CFC/HCFC/HFC Emissions
  • The Significance of the Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Industry
  • The Code of Practice
  • Minimizing Emissions
  • Recommended Standard Practices
  • Commercial/Industrial Systems
  • Residential Systems
  • Domestic Appliances
  • Mobile Systems
  • Summary of Current Federal Regulations on CFC’s and Halons
  • Recovering, Reusing, Recycling and Reclaiming Techniques
  • Provincial Regulations
  • Supplementary Information for the Recommended Standard

Facilitator: Roy Richard

Prerequisite: None

Duration: 1 Day (9am – 3pm).

Investment: $ 249 plus HST

Contact: Email Melanie Roy mroy@loyalistcollege.com or call 613-969-1913 Ext 2480 for questions.

Start Date: September 23, 2019

End Date: September 23, 2019

Start Date: September 24, 2019

End Date: September 24, 2019

How can you communicate in a way to reduce tension and build trust? Those in roles of authority know how important communication is to the quality of relationships and work performance. This training will provide participants with insights into how they communicate, what their potential challenges are in how they influence others and how to overcome them. They will receive a personalized communication profile in addition to gaining practical experience of emotionally intelligent approaches to build habits for relating well with others and achieving more positive results.

Who Should Attend?

High-potential staff
Team Lead
Lead hands
Supervisors
Newly-promoted Managers
Experienced Managers

How you’ll benefit:

  • To understand your unique communication style
  • To be more aware of your emotions how they affect your communication
  • How to manage your emotions
  • How to recognize the styles of others
  • To improve how you engage and influence others
  • Communication habits that build trust

Course Content

This is a practical workshop using the DYNAMIX© Individual Communication Profile and concepts from Emotional Intelligence, popularized by Daniel Goleman. Each participant will receive a 30-page individual communication style profile.

Who is your Facilitator?

Sandra Norman invests in people to bring about greater self-awareness, energy and productivity. As a certified coach and trainer, she has contributed to developing leadership presence and impact, improving communication and supporting positive organizational culture change in health care, financial, manufacturing and public sectors.

Duration:

1 day (9:00-4:00 pm)

Locations:

Loyalist College

Investment: $559 + HST per person.
 Includes Lunch and Parking

Contact: Email Melanie Roy mroy@loyalistcollege.com or call 613-969-1913 Ext 2480 for questions.

Start Date: September 25, 2019

End Date: September 25, 2019

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Start Date: September 26, 2019

End Date: September 26, 2019

Learn locally from the best!
Managing people and modern workplaces need not be a challenge. Experience an incredible day of inspiration, tools and networking at the second annual HRPA Eastern Conference 2019: Emerging Workplace Trends. Sessions include employment law, talent management, leadership and performance management. Be motivated by dynamic keynotes from world-class speaker Gary Gzik and Unstoppable Tracy.
REGISTER

October

Start Date: October 01, 2019

End Date: October 01, 2019

Workers who have completed an approved Working at Heights safety course are required to take a Working at Heights refresher course every 3 years to maintain the certification.

Who should attend?

Intended for workers, supervisors, joint health and safety committee members, health and safety representatives, and anyone else who works at heights, this one-day course provides a comprehensive overview of legislated requirements, hazards, and hazard controls.

What you’ll learn

This refresher course focuses on the practical aspects of using fall protection systems and other equipment used for working at heights. Among the topics covered in the course are:

  • warning methods, such as signage, bump lines and barriers, used to identify fall hazards to workers to prevent falls from heights
  • different types of work positioning systems that may be available to safely perform a variety of tasks at height, including scaffolds and powered elevating work platforms
  • different types of personal fall protection systems, including their limitations, appropriate uses, components, and set-up
  • hands-on experience setting up, wearing and using personal fall protection equipment.

Who is the facilitator?

Jerry Traer, Workplace Safety North

Prerequisite: Hold a valid Working at Height Certificate

Duration: 1/2 Day (9 am – 1 pm)

Investment: $ 125 plus HST (includes parking)

Contact: Email Melanie Roy mroy@loyalistcollege.com or call 613-969-1913 Ext 2480 for questions.

Start Date: October 02, 2019

End Date: October 03, 2019

Under the Occupational Health and Safety Act, at least one worker member and one management member of a joint health and safety committee (JHSC) are required to take a provincial Chief Prevention Office-approved two-part training program (the first certification training component must be completed before taking this course). To be fully certified part two training must be completed within six months of completing part one.

This course provides hazard-specific offices sector training that gives learners the knowledge and skills to recognize, assess and control hazards in their workplace and to evaluate hazard controls.

Who should attend?

Intended for workers, supervisors, joint health and safety committee members, health and safety representatives.

What you’ll learn

Each section of the course reviews a significant hazard in office environment. These include:

  • musculoskeletal disorders (MSD)
  • motor vehicle incidents
  • workplace violence and harassment
  • exposure to hazardous substances
  • unsafe material handling
  • working at heights.

Facilitator:

Jerry Traer, Workplace Safety North

Prerequisite

Must hold a valid level 1 Health & Safety Training Certificate

Duration

2 Day (9 am – 4 pm)

Investment

$ 399 plus HST (includes parking)

Contact:

Email Melanie Roy mroy@loyalistcollege.com or call 613-969-1913 Ext 2480 for questions.

Start Date: October 02, 2019

End Date: October 02, 2019

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Start Date: October 08, 2019

End Date: November 20, 2019

Gain the Skills You Need to Transform Your Supply Chain and Realize Game-Changing Results

This professional education program prepares supply chain leaders to advance their lean knowledge and increase supply chain efficiencies that produce game-changing results for their organizations.

Who Should Attend?

Executive through manager-level leaders responsible for working capital improvement, supply chain, logistics, materials, purchasing, production, warehousing, and transportation.

How Will I Benefit From This Program?

• Increase fill rates
• Improve customer satisfaction and
customer relationships
• Reduce overall organizational and
operational waste
• Reduce logistics costs
• Reduce total cost of ownership
• Reduce inventory levels
• Reduce space requirements
• Reduce lead time
• Improve supplier performance and
accountability

What Does This Program Include?

• Hands-on, Interactive Exercises and Hand-outs from industry Experts
• Breakfast, Lunch and Refreshments
• Copies of the Books: 1) Everything I Know About Lean I Learned in First Grade, 2) Building a Lean Fulfillment Stream, and 3) PEOPLE: a leader’s day to day guide to building, managing, and sustaining lean organizations
• Official LeanCor Training & Education Certificate (Upon Completion of All Three Courses)

3 Course Series

Lean Supply Chain
Lean Warehousing
Lean Material Flow

Who’s Facilitating? Lean Cor

Duration: 6 Days

Location: Loyalist College

Cost:

$1299 per module or $1129 when booking all 3 at the same time

Contact:

Email Melanie Roy mroy@loyalistcollege.com or call 613-969-1913 Ext 2480 for questions.

Start Date: October 08, 2019

End Date: October 09, 2019

In this first course, you will be introduced to lean thinking, principles, and critical lean supply chain concepts. By gaining applicable tools and valuable skills that allow you to identify and eliminate waste at the root cause, you can formally solve real business problems in the supply chain and improve cost, quality, service, and delivery.

Who Should Attend?

Executive through front-line team leaders responsible for working capital improvement, supply chain, logistics, materials, purchasing, production, warehousing, and transportation.

How you’ll Benefit?

• Reduce total cost of ownership
• Reduce inventory levels
• Reduce logistics costs
• Reduce space requirements
• Reduce lead time
• Increase fill rates
• Improve supplier performance and accountability
• Improve customer satisfaction and customer relationships
• Reduce overall organizational and operational waste

Duration:

2 Days

Location:

Loyalist College

Cost:

$1299 per module or $1129 when booking all 3 at the same time

Contact:

Email Melanie Roy mroy@loyalistcollege.com or call 613-969-1913 Ext 2480 for questions.

Start Date: October 09, 2019

End Date: October 09, 2019

Start Date: October 10, 2019

End Date: October 10, 2019

FULL DETAILS HERE

Start Date: October 15, 2019

End Date: October 16, 2019

Transitioning to a high-performance culture.

3 A’s of Leadership – it’s all about your coaching skills.

How does a supervisor or manager lead individuals, teams, and departments towards higher involvement and higher quality? This question is raised by many who realize that theory cannot replace practical skills when it comes to leading people. The focus of this training is to go past theory and into practice. Participants will gain new insights on the use and misuse of authority and discover and apply practical ways to use organizational authority to lead individuals and teams to a new level of contribution.

Who should attend?

  • All managers and promotable high-potential staff.
  • Experienced front line supervisors
  • New managers and front line supervisors
  • Plant & manufacturing managers
  • Team Leaders and Lead Hands
  • Human Resources Managers and in-house trainers
  • LEAN and continuous improvement champions

What you’ll learn

  • About your personal natural approach to supervision
  • About differing types of organizations and challenges posed to supervision
  • Three skill sets that lead individuals and teams to more ownership of their work
  • To read situations and discern behaviours needed to lead individuals and teams to greater ownership of their work
  • To develop consistent coaching skills that apply to everyday work and settings
  • To establish strategies that will lead teams and individuals to greater autonomy

Seminar Content

In this workshop-intensive seminar, which involves Climat-e, electronic simulation, participants will gain new insights into the use and misuse of authority. They will discover and apply practical ways to use organizational authority to lead individuals and teams to a higher level of
contribution. Who is the facilitator?

Benefits to individuals

  • Provides practical coaching skills and improves communication
  • Reduces conflicts and frustration and improves teamwork
  • Increases self-commitment from their people

Benefits to organizations

  • Increases organizational responsiveness to employees
  • Drives fundamental change in a very practical way
  • Maintains adaptability to changing needs

Facilitator:

Gary MacDonald brings 42 years of experience in non-profit leadership and is known for his ability to inspire and motivate clients to achieve excellence in their own work and enhance the performance of their organizations.

Gary is a dynamic facilitator with extensive proficiency developing communication and leadership competency skills with individuals and groups. His clients include leaders in government, business and the non-profit sector. In the fundraising arena, he coaches non-profits and their leadership in achieving higher levels of quality connectedness with their partners (donors), generating real results.

Prerequisite:

None

Duration:

2 Day (9am – 4pm)

Investment:

$ 899 plus HST, includes lunch and parking both days

Contact:

Email Melanie Roy mroy@loyalistcollege.com or call 613-969-1913 Ext 2480 for questions.

Start Date: October 21, 2019

End Date: October 25, 2019

Small Business Week will be held Oct 22 – 24! Check back for complete details soon!

Start Date: October 23, 2019

End Date: October 23, 2019

FULL DETAILS HERE

Start Date: October 24, 2019

End Date: October 24, 2019

Save the Date! More details to come.

Being hosted by the Northumberland Manufacturers
Association in Cobourg

Start Date: October 25, 2019

End Date: October 25, 2019

Start Date: October 30, 2019

End Date: October 30, 2019

November

Start Date: November 06, 2019

End Date: November 06, 2019

FULL DETAILS HERE

Start Date: November 07, 2019

End Date: November 07, 2019

Managing individuals experiencing mental distress can be daunting tasks for supervisors. By participating in this session, participants will learn about the difference between mental health and mental illness, as well as the stigma that surrounds mental illness. Managers will become more confident in understanding a variety of mental illnesses, including their common symptoms and presentation. This course works to empower leadership through enhancing their effective communication skills, to support an employee experiencing mental distress.

Who should attend?

Managers, Supervisors, Leads  and Employees

What you’ll learn

Skills Developed in this Course

  • Understanding the difference between sadness and clinical depression
  • Recognizing the difference between healthy andunhealthy stress in another
  • How to provide support to an employee experiencing imminent mental distress
  • Supporting someone that may be experiencing psychosis
  • Simple verbal-escalation strategies for supporting an agitated individual
  • Where/how to direct an employee experiencing thoughts of suicide for help

Facilitator:

Jack Veitch, Manager of Community Engagement and Education with CMHA

Prerequisite

None

Duration

1 Day (9 am – 4 pm)

Investment

$ 269 plus HST (includes parking)

Contact:

Email Melanie Roy mroy@loyalistcollege.com or call 613-969-1913 Ext 2480 for questions.

Start Date: November 14, 2019

End Date: November 14, 2019

Thursday, November 14, 2019
Beanfield Centre 
105 Princes’ Blvd
Toronto, ON M6K 3C3
Nomination deadline is July 31, 2019 @ 5pm


https://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/4933767/2019-OBAA-Nomination-Form

Start Date: November 19, 2019

End Date: November 20, 2019

Warehousing operations are often plagued with extended lead times and unbalanced business process connections. This course covers lean principles that can help you reduce waste in your warehousing operations by as much as 25%, manage and reduce the flow of inventory, instill disciplined processes, and effectively use visual management.

Who Should Attend?

Executive through front-line team leaders responsible for working capital improvement, supply chain, logistics, materials, purchasing, production, warehousing, and transportation.

How you’ll Benefit?

• Reduce total cost of ownership
• Reduce inventory levels
• Reduce logistics costs
• Reduce space requirements
• Reduce lead time
• Increase fill rates
• Improve supplier performance and accountability
• Improve customer satisfaction and customer relationships
• Reduce overall organizational and operational waste

Duration:

2 Days

Location:

Loyalist College

Investment:

$1299 per module or $1129 each when booking all 3 at the same time

Contact:

Email Melanie Roy mroy@loyalistcollege.com or call 613-969-1913 Ext 2480 for questions.

Start Date: November 30, 2019

End Date: November 30, 2019

Is your ODP Card valid? You can’t purchase refrigerants without it.

Here’s a one-day course to get you certified!

This Ontario government recognized Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Institutes (HRAI) program, provides the student with the Ozone Depletion Prevention Card (ODP). This card is mandatory for all personnel working with ozone depleting substances.

Who should attend?

Anyone refilling, servicing or repairing refrigeration equipment or handling refrigerants Suitable for residential commercial, industrial, domestic, automotive and mobile applications.

What you’ll learn

Based on Environment Canada’s “Code of Practice for Reducing CFC Emissions in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Systems”, the course and the Participants Manual supplied to deal with environmentally correct equipment design and proper handling of CFC/HCFC/HFC’s. It will prepare the participants for complying with provincial regulations covering refrigeration and air conditioning systems. Specific topics covered are CFC’s and the ozone layer; isolation valving; recommended components; leak detection methods; system charging procedures; special maintenance provisions, refrigerant recovery, reuse, recycling, and reclamation equipment.

Seminar Content:
  • CFC’s and the Ozone Layer
  • Global Efforts to Reduce CFC/HCFC/HFC Emissions
  • The Significance of the Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Industry
  • The Code of Practice
  • Minimizing Emissions
  • Recommended Standard Practices
  • Commercial/Industrial Systems
  • Residential Systems
  • Domestic Appliances
  • Mobile Systems
  • Summary of Current Federal Regulations on CFC’s and Halons
  • Recovering, Reusing, Recycling and Reclaiming Techniques
  • Provincial Regulations
  • Supplementary Information for the Recommended Standard

Facilitator: Roy Richard

Prerequisite: None

Duration: 1 Day (9am – 3pm).

Investment: $ 249 plus HST

Contact: Email Melanie Roy mroy@loyalistcollege.com or call 613-969-1913 Ext 2480 for questions.

December

Start Date: December 10, 2019

End Date: December 10, 2019

Driving is only part of the job. Safety is key!

A one-day course to put you in the driver’s seat.

Ask most aeroplane pilots what their most important function is, and they’ll likely say “safety”. This is no less true for forklift work, where you’ll have to operate swiftly with people moving around, worry about hazardous materials, and stack loads securely. Your Forklift Operator Safety Certificate is valid for a three-year period. If your card has expired, you too will need this training session. This course meets or exceeds all Ontario and CSA regulations and standards

Who Should Attend:

This is a compliant course. Inexperienced forklift drivers, and those with moderate prior experience operating a motorised, counterbalanced forklift.

What You Will Learn:

  • Minimum skill levels for using a motorised counterbalanced forklift in a reasonably challenging work simulation.
  • Practical, hands-on pre-use inspection, safe operating and parking/shut-down procedures. Practice under the helpful eye of the program trainer.

Your knowledge and skill level will be evaluated, and only those able to demonstrate a minimum level of operational competence will receive documentation of successful program completion.

Reach Truck Training may also be included in this training session at no extra charge for corporate clients!
Seminar Content:

  • Applicable regulations
  • Types of forklifts
  • Main parts of a forklift
  • Understanding forklift safety
  • Fuels and batteries

Prerequisite:

Trainees should have a moderate level of experience on the equipment but inexperienced drivers are welcome.

Your Facilitator:

Larry O’Donnell

Duration:

1 day (8:00-3:00 pm)

Locations:

Loyalist College & AllCan Warehouse (Belleville)

Investment: $249 + HST per person.

Requirements: All Participants are required to provide protective safety footwear to attend the warehouse portion of the class.

Contact: Email Melanie Roy mroy@loyalistcollege.com or call 613-969-1913 Ext 2480 for questions.

January

Start Date: January 14, 2020

End Date: January 15, 2020

Warehousing operations are often plagued with extended lead times and unbalanced business process connections. This course covers lean principles that can help you reduce waste in your warehousing operations by as much as 25%, manage and reduce the flow of inventory, instill disciplined processes, and effectively use visual management.

Who Should Attend?

Executive through front-line team leaders responsible for working capital improvement, supply chain, logistics, materials, purchasing, production, warehousing, and transportation.

How you’ll Benefit?

• Reduce total cost of ownership
• Reduce inventory levels
• Reduce logistics costs
• Reduce space requirements
• Reduce lead time
• Increase fill rates
• Improve supplier performance and accountability
• Improve customer satisfaction and customer relationships
• Reduce overall organizational and operational waste

Duration:

2 Days

Location:

Loyalist College

Investment:

$1299 per module or $1129 each when booking all 3 at the same time

Contact:

Email Melanie Roy mroy@loyalistcollege.com or call 613-969-1913 Ext 2480 for questions.

Start Date: January 14, 2020

End Date: April 21, 2020

Module One: Introduction to Commercial Plant Production
Students will learn to identify the key differences in plant characteristics, receive an introduction to treatment techniques and Integrated Pest Management and the fundamentals of how to design and optimize the environment for commercial-scale cannabis production. In addition, students will study irrigation options and techniques; growing mediums and hydroponic systems; crop cycles; drying and storage procedures—all within the scope of Health Canada’s strict regulations.

Module Two: Introduction to Good Production Practices, Quality Assurance, Quality Control and Health Canada’s Regulations
Students will study the foundational topics and concepts in Good Production Practices including sanitation, security, storage, labelling, destruction, Standard Operating Procedure design and implementation, and record keeping. Students will also examine the key concepts in Quality Management Systems, Quality Assurance and Quality Control, an introduction to the history of legal and regulatory changes, and the application process for becoming a micro or standard licensed producer.

Who should attend?

Those who would like to learn more about the Cannabis Industry, working in or operating a Cannabis facility.

What you will Learn

  • Introduction to the Cannabis Plant
  • Facility and Cultivation Design and Cultivation Inputs
  • Pests and Disease
  • Environmental Conditions and Monitoring
  • Good Production Practices and Post Processing
  • Security
  • Quality Assurance, Quality Control & Quality Management System
  • Regulations and Laws

Prerequisite:

None

Your Facilitator:

Mathew Columbro

Duration:

14 Weeks, Online

Location:

Online

Investment:

$ 1499.00 plus HST

Contact

Email Colleen Ringham cringham@loyalistcollege.com or call 613-969-1913 Ext 2497 for questions.

Start Date: January 25, 2020

End Date: January 25, 2020

Is your ODP Card valid? You can’t purchase refrigerants without it.

Here’s a one-day course to get you certified!

This Ontario government recognized Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Institutes (HRAI) program, provides the student with the Ozone Depletion Prevention Card (ODP). This card is mandatory for all personnel working with ozone depleting substances.

Who should attend?

Anyone refilling, servicing or repairing refrigeration equipment or handling refrigerants Suitable for residential commercial, industrial, domestic, automotive and mobile applications.

What you’ll learn

Based on Environment Canada’s “Code of Practice for Reducing CFC Emissions in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Systems”, the course and the Participants Manual supplied to deal with environmentally correct equipment design and proper handling of CFC/HCFC/HFC’s. It will prepare the participants for complying with provincial regulations covering refrigeration and air conditioning systems. Specific topics covered are CFC’s and the ozone layer; isolation valving; recommended components; leak detection methods; system charging procedures; special maintenance provisions, refrigerant recovery, reuse, recycling, and reclamation equipment.

Seminar Content:
  • CFC’s and the Ozone Layer
  • Global Efforts to Reduce CFC/HCFC/HFC Emissions
  • The Significance of the Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Industry
  • The Code of Practice
  • Minimizing Emissions
  • Recommended Standard Practices
  • Commercial/Industrial Systems
  • Residential Systems
  • Domestic Appliances
  • Mobile Systems
  • Summary of Current Federal Regulations on CFC’s and Halons
  • Recovering, Reusing, Recycling and Reclaiming Techniques
  • Provincial Regulations
  • Supplementary Information for the Recommended Standard

Facilitator: Roy Richard

Prerequisite: None

Duration: 1 Day (9am – 3pm).

Investment: $ 249 plus HST

Contact: Email Melanie Roy mroy@loyalistcollege.com or call 613-969-1913 Ext 2480 for questions.

February

Start Date: February 11, 2020

End Date: February 11, 2020

Driving is only part of the job. Safety is key!

A one-day course to put you in the driver’s seat.

Ask most aeroplane pilots what their most important function is, and they’ll likely say “safety”. This is no less true for forklift work, where you’ll have to operate swiftly with people moving around, worry about hazardous materials, and stack loads securely. Your Forklift Operator Safety Certificate is valid for a three-year period. If your card has expired, you too will need this training session. This course meets or exceeds all Ontario and CSA regulations and standards

Who Should Attend:

This is a compliant course. Inexperienced forklift drivers, and those with moderate prior experience operating a motorised, counterbalanced forklift.

What You Will Learn:

  • Minimum skill levels for using a motorised counterbalanced forklift in a reasonably challenging work simulation.
  • Practical, hands-on pre-use inspection, safe operating and parking/shut-down procedures. Practice under the helpful eye of the program trainer.

Your knowledge and skill level will be evaluated, and only those able to demonstrate a minimum level of operational competence will receive documentation of successful program completion.

Reach Truck Training may also be included in this training session at no extra charge for corporate clients!
Seminar Content:

  • Applicable regulations
  • Types of forklifts
  • Main parts of a forklift
  • Understanding forklift safety
  • Fuels and batteries

Prerequisite:

Trainees should have a moderate level of experience on the equipment but inexperienced drivers are welcome.

Your Facilitator:

Larry O’Donnell

Duration:

1 day (8:00-3:00 pm)

Locations:

Loyalist College & AllCan Warehouse (Belleville)

Investment: $249 + HST per person.

Requirements: All Participants are required to provide protective safety footwear to attend the warehouse portion of the class.

Contact: Email Melanie Roy mroy@loyalistcollege.com or call 613-969-1913 Ext 2480 for questions.

Start Date: February 26, 2020

End Date: February 26, 2020

Managing individuals experiencing mental distress can be daunting tasks for supervisors. By participating in this session, participants will learn about the difference between mental health and mental illness, as well as the stigma that surrounds mental illness. Managers will become more confident in understanding a variety of mental illnesses, including their common symptoms and presentation. This course works to empower leadership through enhancing their effective communication skills, to support an employee experiencing mental distress.

Who should attend?

Managers, Supervisors, Leads  and Employees

What you’ll learn

Skills Developed in this Course

  • Understanding the difference between sadness and clinical depression
  • Recognizing the difference between healthy andunhealthy stress in another
  • How to provide support to an employee experiencing imminent mental distress
  • Supporting someone that may be experiencing psychosis
  • Simple verbal-escalation strategies for supporting an agitated individual
  • Where/how to direct an employee experiencing thoughts of suicide for help

Facilitator:

Jack Veitch, Manager of Community Engagement and Education with CMHA

Prerequisite

None

Duration

1 Day (9 am – 4 pm)

Investment

$ 269 plus HST (includes parking)

Contact:

Email Melanie Roy mroy@loyalistcollege.com or call 613-969-1913 Ext 2480 for questions.

March

Start Date: March 11, 2020

End Date: March 11, 2020

The Career Centre at Loyalist College will be hosting its Annual Career Fair on Wednesday, March 11, 2020 from 11 am to 2 pm.

Showcase your business or organization by participating in the 2020 Career Fair at Loyalist College. The Career Fair provides a great place for employers to market current and upcoming full-time, part-time or placement opportunities to Loyalist College students, and graduates.

Please register by February 14, 2020. Space is limited to the first 100 registrations received.

REGISTER

Start Date: March 28, 2020

End Date: March 28, 2020

Is your ODP Card valid? You can’t purchase refrigerants without it.

Here’s a one-day course to get you certified!

This Ontario government recognized Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Institutes (HRAI) program, provides the student with the Ozone Depletion Prevention Card (ODP). This card is mandatory for all personnel working with ozone depleting substances.

Who should attend?

Anyone refilling, servicing or repairing refrigeration equipment or handling refrigerants Suitable for residential commercial, industrial, domestic, automotive and mobile applications.

What you’ll learn

Based on Environment Canada’s “Code of Practice for Reducing CFC Emissions in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Systems”, the course and the Participants Manual supplied to deal with environmentally correct equipment design and proper handling of CFC/HCFC/HFC’s. It will prepare the participants for complying with provincial regulations covering refrigeration and air conditioning systems. Specific topics covered are CFC’s and the ozone layer; isolation valving; recommended components; leak detection methods; system charging procedures; special maintenance provisions, refrigerant recovery, reuse, recycling, and reclamation equipment.

Seminar Content:
  • CFC’s and the Ozone Layer
  • Global Efforts to Reduce CFC/HCFC/HFC Emissions
  • The Significance of the Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Industry
  • The Code of Practice
  • Minimizing Emissions
  • Recommended Standard Practices
  • Commercial/Industrial Systems
  • Residential Systems
  • Domestic Appliances
  • Mobile Systems
  • Summary of Current Federal Regulations on CFC’s and Halons
  • Recovering, Reusing, Recycling and Reclaiming Techniques
  • Provincial Regulations
  • Supplementary Information for the Recommended Standard

Facilitator: Roy Richard

Prerequisite: None

Duration: 1 Day (9am – 3pm).

Investment: $ 249 plus HST

Contact: Email Melanie Roy mroy@loyalistcollege.com or call 613-969-1913 Ext 2480 for questions.

April

Start Date: April 27, 2020

End Date: April 28, 2020

Transitioning to a high-performance culture.

3 A’s of Leadership – it’s all about your coaching skills.

How does a supervisor or manager lead individuals, teams, and departments towards higher involvement and higher quality? This question is raised by many who realize that theory cannot replace practical skills when it comes to leading people. The focus of this training is to go past theory and into practice. Participants will gain new insights on the use and misuse of authority and discover and apply practical ways to use organizational authority to lead individuals and teams to a new level of contribution.

Who should attend?

  • All managers and promotable high-potential staff.
  • Experienced front line supervisors
  • New managers and front line supervisors
  • Plant & manufacturing managers
  • Team Leaders and Lead Hands
  • Human Resources Managers and in-house trainers
  • LEAN and continuous improvement champions

What you’ll learn

  • About your personal natural approach to supervision
  • About differing types of organizations and challenges posed to supervision
  • Three skill sets that lead individuals and teams to more ownership of their work
  • To read situations and discern behaviours needed to lead individuals and teams to greater ownership of their work
  • To develop consistent coaching skills that apply to everyday work and settings
  • To establish strategies that will lead teams and individuals to greater autonomy

Seminar Content

In this workshop-intensive seminar, which involves Climat-e, electronic simulation, participants will gain new insights into the use and misuse of authority. They will discover and apply practical ways to use organizational authority to lead individuals and teams to a higher level of
contribution. Who is the facilitator?

Benefits to individuals

  • Provides practical coaching skills and improves communication
  • Reduces conflicts and frustration and improves teamwork
  • Increases self-commitment from their people

Benefits to organizations

  • Increases organizational responsiveness to employees
  • Drives fundamental change in a very practical way
  • Maintains adaptability to changing needs

Facilitator:

Gary MacDonald brings 42 years of experience in non-profit leadership and is known for his ability to inspire and motivate clients to achieve excellence in their own work and enhance the performance of their organizations.

Gary is a dynamic facilitator with extensive proficiency developing communication and leadership competency skills with individuals and groups. His clients include leaders in government, business and the non-profit sector. In the fundraising arena, he coaches non-profits and their leadership in achieving higher levels of quality connectedness with their partners (donors), generating real results.

Prerequisite:

None

Duration:

2 Day (9am – 4pm)

Investment:

$ 899 plus HST, includes lunch and parking both days

Contact:

Email Melanie Roy mroy@loyalistcollege.com or call 613-969-1913 Ext 2480 for questions.