The Joint Learning Program

The Joint Learning Program’s (JLP) mandate is to improve workplace relationships and to deepen understanding of the roles and responsibilities of the union and the employer.

The JLP fulfills this mandate by offering learning activities to public-service employees with a participant-led, experiential approach.  Two volunteer facilitators – one representing the union and one the employer – co-facilitate the learning activity. Using this approach, the JLP offers a unique opportunity for unionized public service employees and their managers in the core public administration to build healthy, safe, fair, diverse and inclusive workplaces.

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    Learn about IDAHOBIT and how to raise awareness about the stigma, discrimination and other challenges faced by the 2SLGBTQIA+ community.

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    Learn about Asian Heritage Month and its relevance in Canada 

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  • 28
    May
    Understanding the Collective Agreement
    Québec, QC • French
    Fisheries and Oceans Canada
  • 28
    May
    Respecting Differences and Anti-discrimination
    Vancouver, BC • English
    Transport Canada
  • 28
    May
    Respecting Differences and Anti-discrimination
    Shediac, NB • English
    Public Services and Procurement Canada
  • 29
    May
    Mental Health in the Workplace
    Abbotsford, BC • English
    Employment and Social Development Canada
  • 29
    May
    Mental Health in the Workplace
    Québec, QC • French
    Employment and Social Development Canada
  • 29
    May
    Respecting Differences and Anti-discrimination
    North York, ON • English
    Employment and Social Development Canada
  • 29
    May
    Understanding the Collective Agreement
    Kitchener, ON • English
    Employment and Social Development Canada
  • 29
    May
    Returning to the Workplace: Now What?
    English
    Employment and Social Development Canada
  • 29
    May
    Understanding the Collective Agreement: Let’s Talk!
    English
    Veterans Affairs Canada
  • 29
    May
    Anti-Racism: Let’s Talk!
    English
    Public Services and Procurement Canada
  • 30
    May
    Understanding the Collective Agreement
    Shawinigan, QC • French
    Employment and Social Development Canada
  • 30
    May
    Understanding the Collective Agreement
    Saint-Jérôme, QC • French
    Employment and Social Development Canada
  • 30
    May
    Mental Health in the Workplace
    Toronto, ON • English
    Employment and Social Development Canada
  • 30
    May
    Mental Health in the Workplace
    Chilliwack, BC • English
    Royal Canadian Mounted Police (Civilian Staff)
  • 30
    May
    Grounding Ourselves in Uncertain Times
    English
    Employment and Social Development Canada