Non-Member Collective Bargaining Simulation

Join FPELRA for a full day training seminar. The Collective Bargaining has received the highest rating from individuals new to the Public Sector Labor Relations Field and the collective bargaining team. This full-day seminar allows individuals a supportive forum to practice the skills required of them at the table.
  • Price: $249.00 Quantity:
    Registration includes seminar materials, manuals, breakfast, lunch and various snacks throughout the day. PLEASE NOTE: Full refunds granted if cancellation received prior to April 15, 2016. No refunds will be granted for cancellations received after April 16, 2016.

Schedule

8:00 – 8:30 Seminar Registration & Complimentary Continental Breakfast
8:30 Welcome, Introductions and Overview Briefing
9:30 Collective Bargaining Commences
10:30 How to Prepare for Bargaining
12:00 Working Lunch for team review – Provided
12:45 Collective Bargaining Resumes
3:00 Collective Bargaining Ends
3:00-4:00 Team Debrief – Challenges, Agreements, Disagreements & Reasons
4:00-5:00 Module 1 & Module 2 Mid-Term Test
5:00 Seminar Ends
5:00 2013 Conference Registration Desk Open

Administrative Note

Penalty Free Cancellation Deadline is April 3, 2015.
Written cancellation requests postmarked, e-mailed to webmaster@fperla.org or faxed to 877.336.8452 through April 3, 2015 will receive a full refund. Written cancellation requests postmarked, e-mailed to webmaster@fperla.org or faxed to 877.336.8452 on or after April 4, 2014 will be assessed a cancellation fee of $100


Collective Bargaining Simulation Training

This module allows participants to apply the knowledge gained in the “Introduction to Collective Bargaining, Chapter 447” module.

Registrants will receive a public agency’s information for background, research and strategy development prior to seminar attendance. When the day arrives, YOU become the negotiating team! During the simulated bargaining session, registrants roleplay the lead negotiator, scribe, observer and other positions on a management or union team.

This bargaining session is so close to that you will feel the tension. The issues are real! The tension can be felt. Trained coaches assist the participants throughout  the process.
You will leave with an greater understanding of

  • How to analyze real-world information and develop a negotiation strategy to achieve results;
  • The do’s and don’ts of negotiating; and,
  • An understanding of the art of give-and-take.

 

 

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