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le 10 novembre 2021 | Zoom Call, Toronto (Ontario) | Anglais
Quel est le rôle d'une personne déléguée syndicale ? Si vous êtes nouveaux ou nouvelle dans votre rôle et vous voulez apprendre comment aider les membres du SCFP à résoudre des problèmes au travail, cet atelier d’introduction en ligne est pour vous !

N.B. : Quand vous aurez complété cet atelier, n'oubliez pas de vous inscrire à la Partie 2 afin de recevoir l'étampe dans votre passeport. Il vous faudra celle-ci afin de prendre d'autres cours dans la Série de cours pour les personnes déléguées syndicales.
le 24 novembre 2021 | Zoom Call, Toronto (Ontario) | Anglais
Quel est le rôle d'une personne déléguée syndicale ? Si vous êtes nouveaux ou nouvelle dans votre rôle et vous voulez apprendre comment aider les membres du SCFP à résoudre des problèmes au travail, cet atelier d’introduction en ligne est pour vous !

N.B. : Ceci est la deuxième partie du cours en ligne "Introduction pour les personnes délégués syndicales". La première partie doit être complétée avant de pouvoir suivre ce cours.
le 24 au 28 janvier 2022 | Zoom Call, Toronto (Ontario) | Anglais | $55
In the second of six modules, various benefits and services are explored.

Participants learn:

The significance of legislation (OHSA, WSIA), regulations and policy, including changes to the legislation and the effects these changes have had on benefits; and
The benefits available under the WSIA, in the three different eras, including:
Temporary Partial (PT);
Temporary Total (TT) disability;
Future Economic Loss (FEL);
Non-economic Loss (NEL); and
Loss of Earnings (LOE) calculation, maximum and minimum levels and exclusion periods and offsets.
Participants also explore detailed examples of benefit calculations and parameters affecting the final numbers. The structure of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) and appeal system are described in relation to the New Service Delivery Module and the roles of each WSIB position. The adjudication process is described and participants follow the flow of a claim through the process. Problem resolution and the process for an appeal are presented.

Participants further learn about funding, including:

which employers are covered;
optional insurance;
how the system is funded;
how incentive programs; and
experience rating work and when claim costs can be transferred.
Participants also learn how to make a case plan for a successful outcome and different types of evidence to use. Communicating effectively, both verbally and in writing with the many professionals involved and workers and witnesses are discussed. The organization of a Board file is presented and participants explore how to effectively review a file, make a case plan to proceed to move a claim forward and use this knowledge to review a case file.
le 14 au 18 février 2022 | Zoom Call, Toronto (Ontario) | Anglais | $60
This course is for those who work as or desire to work as Return to Work Specialists. The course focuses on the process of helping injured workers return to work as quickly and safely as possible, with dignity and job security. Topics include: identifying and overcoming barriers in the RTW process, determining essential duties, identifying and offering short term and long term suitable work, how to develop accommodation and job restructuring plans, worker obligations, disability related legal principles including the duty to accommodate, the employers’ obligation under legislation, contract language, RTW committees, Labour Market Re-entry services and RTW mediation. Graduates of this course will be prepared to immediately impact on re-employment at their individual workplaces. Their contributions can result in significant cost savings for the employer and the Board alike. Pre-requisites are Level I and II ODRT courses or equivalency.

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