This course is designed to assist you, as an employee, or and employer, to better understanding have to develop and maintain strong management and employee relations. We will discuss both Union and Non Union environments, communicating with each other, setting goals, and basic negotiating tips. The student taking this course will have a better understanding of communications, the goals of management and the employee, the chain of communications, modern day thinking and basic negotiations. This course is narrated power point presentation. This should should be taken by any employee, or new supervisor, as well as experienced supervisors for review. This course lasts approximately 35 minutes.
Attended University of Bridgeport and University of New Haven in Connecticut. I am a retired professional Firefighter, a State of Connecticut Paramedic and Emergency Medical Services Instructor certified by the State Of Connecticut. I also hold instructor certificates in Advance Cardiac Life Support, Advanced Pediatric Life Support, CPR, Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support, and Marine and Aviation Electronics. I am a Clinical Education Specialist for a large commercial ambulance company, and the Director Of Training for their SW Connecticut Region. I have many Coordinators and a staff of 32 Instructors I direct, and an employee staff of 217 employees. I owned my own two-way radio electronics business for 17 years, and have also worked as a Traffic Manager, Distribution Manager, and instruct for the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary as well as holding a United States Coast Guard Master Captains License. I have also taken many courses on employee relations, and management skills. I was a member of many union bargaining units, which with all combined, has given me a well rounded view of all aspects of the employee work force and management principals.