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Charlottetown Inn and Conference Centre

Strategic Workforce Planning Certificate (2-Day)

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Strategic Workforce Planning Certificate (2-Day)
Strategic Workforce Planning Certificate (2-Day)

Zeit & Ort

28. Sept. 2022, 09:00 GMT-3 – 29. Sept. 2022, 16:00 GMT-3

Charlottetown Inn and Conference Centre, 238 Grafton St, Charlottetown, PE C1A 1L5, Canada

Über die Veranstaltung

Your workforce is your most valuable business asset.  The knowledge, skills, and abilities of your team are the fuel that drives your business.  Labour shortages, voluntary attrition, skills gaps, increased demands for flexible work arrangements, changes to legislation and a growing list of other factors impact the productivity and growth of a business.  Workforce planning identifies how future staffing and skill needs will be met by assessing internal and external factors, develop gap-closing strategies, and instruct you on how to plan moving forward.

The Strategic Workforce Planning (SWP) course is designed for anyone who has responsibility for the HR function of a small-to-medium business or who is getting started with workforce planning.

COURSE FEE

$1595+HST

You may be eligible for financial training supports. Visit:

Workplace Skills Training - PEI (50%)

CBDC Entrepreneurial Training Fund - (90% to a maximum of $2000)

Canada Training Grant ($250 refundable tax grant)

DURATION

This is a two-day course running from 9:00am-4:00pm (ADT). 

Light refreshments provided.

WHAT YOU'LL LEARN

In this certificate program you'll learn to develop the skills necessary to address workforce planning for your organization.   As labour shortages will continue to persist for the next decade (or longer), the ability to plan strategically will be an in-demand skillset.  

You will learn to:

  • Examine your organization’s strategic direction and its impact on your workforce;
  • Avoid the 10 deadly traps of strategic workforce planning;
  • Scan the internal and external environment for factors that can impact your workforce plans;
  • Collect and use data to inform decision making;
  • Conduct root cause analysis to address labour challenges;
  • Conduct essential and critical role assessments;
  • Identify strategies to address workforce gaps;
  • Learn how to develop and implement a workforce action plan using a structured framework.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CREDITS (PDC):  

15 HOURS

ABOUT YOUR FACILITATOR

DETRY CARRAGHER, CPHR, SHRM-SCP, CCIP, PHSA

Detry Carragher (she/her) is an award-winning Chartered Professional in Human Resources (Canada), Senior Certified HR Professional (USA), Canadian Certified Inclusion Professional, Certified Workplace Investigator, Certified Psychological Health and Safety Advisor, and Certified in Lean Management.  Detry has been providing strategic HR leadership to hundreds of organizations including Indigenous groups, all three levels of government (Federal, Provincial, and Municipal), and profit / not-for-profit groups. 

Detry has served as an appointed representative of the Canada Employment Insurance Program Appeals Tribunal, was an active participant in the Canadian Council on Rehabilitation and Work (CCRW) Business Leaders Roundtable Forum and the Government of Canada Employment Insurance Commission (CEIC) Business Leaders Forum to address current workforce challenges. She is a Founder and Past Chair of the Chartered Professionals in Human Resources of PEI (CPHR PEI) and has served on the National Board of the Chartered Professionals in Human Resources.

Her insights have been shared on CBC, CTV, the National HR Reporter, Talent Canada, and other publications.  She believes there are multiple forces driving change in today’s workplace and that innovation will be essential for organizations to remain sustainable during this wave of transformation.  

Her training is considered relevant, thought-provoking, and practical.

Tickets

  • Regular

    1.595,00 CA$
    Steuer: +239,25 CA$ HST

Gesamtsumme

0,00 CA$

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