|December 12, 2013 ~ N/A|
Have you formulated a plan for implementing the Affordable Care Act’s “Pay or Play” rules? Have you thought through the implications of the ACA’s “Cadillac Tax” on your next round of labor negotiations? This webinar will help you better understand the long-term implications of Health Care Reform on your workforce and labor relations. It will also address 2013 “to-do” items associated with the Supreme Court’s invalidation of the Defense of Marriage Act.
15, 2014 ~ Lakewood|
How to Engage Your Audience and Inspire them to Action.
If you ever wondered how you can project confidence, overcome nervousness, articulate your ideas, and engage your audience, this 2-day presentation skills class is for you. This dynamic, highly interactive workshop will provide you with practical ways to improve your communication skills, whether talking with one person or to many. Learn how to deliver presentations with ease and confidence, practical ways to project a confident image while speaking, and strategies to connect with any audience. Other topics include: designing a presentation with the audience in mind, speaking delivery techniques, creating visual aids, and engaging your audiences.
30, 2014 ~ Everett|
This two-day seminar is an overview of the fundamentals of transit collision investigation. The training will be conducted in a classroom and include outdoor lecture, demonstration, and a multimedia format with opportunities for questions and comments from the participants. Participants in this seminar will acquire an understanding of the fundamentals of transit vehicle collision investigation, the tools and techniques necessary to conduct the investigation, and suggestions on how to use the results of an investigation for accident review and prevention purposes where applicable. Participation in the entire seminar is essential to tie the various instructional blocks together in a meaningful manner.
PARTICIPANTS MUST BRING A CALCULATOR WITH A SQUARE ROOT KEY
06, 2014 ~ Spokane|
This course provides the participant with information to evaluate and self-assess their agency's substance abuse program and its compliance with Federal Transit Administration (FTA) regulations. Participants are eligible for 14.5 Professional Development Hours through the Employees Assistance Certification Commission (EACC)/Employee Assistance Professional Association (EAPA) towards meeting Certified Employee Assistance Professional (CEAP), psychology, counseling, social work, education, related credentialing, and accreditation or licensure requirements as accepted by the respective credentialing board or agency.
Additionally, participants are eligible for 8 Continuing Education Hours through the Substance Abuse Program Administrator's Certification Commission (SAPACC) for recertification of C-SAPA and SAP. Hours also may be applied towards requalification for Q-SAP.
**All course participants are encouraged to bring a printed copy of your respective agency’s Drug & Alcohol Policy for safety-sensitive employees. Class time has been set aside for policy compliance auditing and review.
13, 2014 ~ Everett|
This course is designed to assist new and veteran front line supervisors to effectively implement their human resource management responsibilities. The fundamentals and regulatory responsibilities of supervision will be addressed, as well as day-to-day operations