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Museum Interpreters

Seven Oaks House Museum
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Canadian Museum for Human Rights
App Deadline: 23 / 04 / 2017

Cultural Human Resource Management Course

May 31, 2017, June 21, 2017

To register, please call Christie at 204-927-2787 or toll-free 1-866-802-1104 before May 19 or May 5 for the early bird special.

Dates: Fourteen-hour course delivered over four Monday afternoons: May 31, June 7, 14 and 21
Time: 1–4:30 pm
Location: ACI Manitoba 4th Floor Accessible Classroom, 245 McDermot Avenue, Winnipeg
(In-person attendance required/no distance delivery)

Cultural Human Resource Management is a fourteen-hour course covering the core principles, topics and everyday realities of human resource management in the arts, culture and creative sector. The companion HR Management Toolkit is an essential resource.

Registration deadline:
Early Bird BOGO for ACI Manitoba Organizational Members Only: Register two employees for the price of one! Early bird deadline: May 5

Regular deadline: May 19

Cost:
Non-Member fees: $350 plus $99.99 payable to CHRC for HR Management Toolkit

Subsidized fees:

ACI Manitoba Organizational Member: $100 plus $99.99 payable to CHRC for HR Management Toolkit
ACI Manitoba Rural Organizational Member: $50 plus $99.99 payable to CHRC for HR Management Toolkit
MACMCP student ACI Manitoba member: $75 plus $99.99 payable to CHRC for HR Management Toolkit. (MACMCP students please contact ACI Manitoba’s Education Director before registering.)

*If cost is a barrier to participation, please contact ACI Manitoba’s Education Director

Who should attend: This course is aimed at senior executives and managers in Digital Media, Film & Broadcasting, Heritage, Live Performing Arts, Music & Sound Recording, Visual Arts and Crafts, and Writing & Publishing, as well as Manitoba Arts and Cultural Management Certificate Program (MACMCP) students.

If you do not have a full time Human Resource Manager in your company or organization, we recommend training two senior employees who can share the HR function.

Participants must purchase the manual before the first class. Once registered, participants will receive a password from ACI Manitoba to purchase the HR Management Toolkit.

This course is approved by the University of Winnipeg PACE for 14 Edge Seminar credit hours in the Manitoba Arts and Cultural Management Program (MACMCP). Students must be currently on track to graduate from the program, complete an assignment and attend at least 75% of the classes.

Coffee and tea provided.

Instructor: Dr. Lana Adeleye-Olusae, Director of Human Resources at The Manitoba Museum

Lana has over 25 years of experience in providing consulting, training and coaching services in service, information technology, manufacturing, food production and not-for-profit sectors. He understands and speaks the language of professionals based on his entrepreneurial and professional experience and training. Lana is a Human Resources Excellence Award-winning Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR) in Manitoba with a Strategic Management Certificate, Post-Graduate Diploma in Education, Bachelor of Agriculture, Master of Business Administration, Master of Arts (Church Administration) and Doctor of Ministry (Leadership Coaching) degrees. He is skilled in offering collaborative management solutions that support achievement of organizational goals.

 

The Cultural Human Resource Council (CHRC) developed this curriculum. ACI Manitoba and the CHRC have been partners for 12 years.

 

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