Detailed study of how people interact in organizations, delving into the factors that have the greatest impact on organizational behavior. Topics range from managing individuals and understanding group dynamics to managing conflict and initiating change.  simca, adamjee
This is a preview version of AU's course made available to the public.
Some features of the real course have been eliminated but the majority
of the content remains and is provided here as for public viewing and
private study. If you are interested in taking this course for credit,
you can register here.

HRMT 300
is a three-credit course for senior undergraduate
students. It examines the practice and theory of human resource planning
in Canadian workplaces. Students will develop a general understanding
of human resource planning, and use common techniques to work through
case studies.
This course entails an in-depth examination of the political economy of workplace injury, both in Canada and in the developing world.

This is a preview version of AU's course made available to the public. Some features of the real course have been eliminated but the majority of the content remains and is provided here as for public viewing and private study. If you are interested in taking this course for credit, you can register here.

The entire course can also be downloaded as a zip file designed to be imported into a Moodle instance.
Workers’ compensation systems are the way Canada chooses to compensate workers for the effects of work-related injuries. This course describes and analyzes the way workers' compensation systems compensate, provide benefits, and, where possible, ‘make whole’ workers who have been injured or diseased as a consequence of their work. The course will also critically examine some of the major challenges WCBs face today, almost a hundred years after they were born.

Obj:

  • Participants will complete this module with a greater understanding of both district and self-selected/created professional learning opportunities available through mobile learning devices.

EQ:

  • How do I take advantage of district-provided professional learning opportunities through my mobile learning device?

  • What pathways to online professional learning can I take advantage of through my mobile learning device, and how do I find them?

  • How can I build professional learning opportunities using my mobile learning device and share them with others?