CANNABIS IN THE WORK PLACE
aPHR Preparation Course
Instructor's name: Andy Birr
Office location: Nashua NH
Office hours: M, T 9 am to 1pm by appointment
Phone Number: 603 438 2455
Students will be introduced to the concepts and knowledge areas covered by the aPHR certification test. This will course will use 23 hours of live instruction and over 300 questions based on the HRbok. This class will meet 3 times a week for one hour a day so students can schedule it while working and be successful.
The course aims to provide the basis framework for someone understand their role and responsibilities as Human Resource professional. Subjects that will be covered are basic information about the exam and how to schedule a test, Us Laws and regulations, Recruitment and selection, compensation and benefits, Resource development and retention, Employee Relations, health safety and security, Career levels, and test preparation,
REQUIRED STUDENT RESOURCES
A Guide to the Human Resource Body of Knowledge (HRBoK) / Edition 1
by Sandra M. Reed, Dave Ulrich
aPHR Associate Professional in Human Resources Certification All-in-One Exam Guide
by Dory Willer, William H. Truesdell, William D. Kelly
COURSE SCHEDULE/OUTLINE/CALENDAR OF EVENTS
8:30-8:45 Icebreaker: Say What?
8:45-9:00 Session One: Course Overview
9:00-9:15 Session Two: Drugs and the Workplace
9:15-10:15 Session Three: Cannabis
10:30-11:00 Session Four: Workplace Impacts
11:00-11:45 Session Five: Medical Cannabis
11:45-12:00 Morning Wrap-up
1:00-1:15 Energizer: Tweet It
1:15-2:00 Session Six: How to Intervene
2:15-4:15 Session Seven: Drug and Alcohol Policy
4:15-4:30 Workshop Wrap-Up
Students will be given daily, weekly and monthly pretest to help evaluate the readiness of a student to take aPHR exam.
All students are encouraged to arrive 5 minutes before the scheduled time of the class. Anyone who is 15 minutes late or later may not be allowed to attend that session. A student that misses more them 25 percent of the scheduled class days can be dropped from the course.
Veterans and student service members
“Veterans and student service members with special circumstances or who are activated are encouraged to notify the instructor as soon as possible and are encouraged to provide Activation Orders.”
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT FOR STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
Any students with disabilities or other special needs, who need special accommodations in this course, are invited to share these concerns or requests with the instructor and contact the Disability Services Office as soon as possible.”
APPROVED ACADEMIC HONESTY STATEMENT
Academic Responsibility and Conduct applies to cases in which cheating, plagiarism, or other academic misconduct have occurred in an instructional context. Students found guilty of academic misconduct are subject to penalties, up to and possibly including suspension and/or expulsion. Student academic misconduct records are maintained by the Office of Registration and Records.
Convenience and Quality instruction is our goal at John Mason Institute.
Live in person instructor at our classroom or remote instruction in the traditional classroom style
Remote one on one instruction for your convenience with our top quality teachers.
Instruction with a very flexible schedule
Do you need a class date and time not on the schedule or prefer the instruction be done at your location? Then please contact us and we work very hard to meet your needs.