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NOARK/Northwest Arkansas Community College HR Course Schedule 2017

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NOARK/Northwest Arkansas Community College HR Course Schedule 2017

Each class: $40.00 (NOARK Members) – $49.00 (Non-members)

New I-9: Thursday, August 10, 2017 / 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Location: Northwest Arkansas Board of Realtors

314 N Goad Springs Rd, Lowell, AR 72745

Instructor: Sheila Moss, SHRM-SCP, SPHR

Sheila Moss, SHRM-SCP, SPHR has developed years of expertise in employment eligibility compliance. Trained by attorneys, federal government officials, immigration agents, and corporations, she has been a speaker at several Arkansas Society for Human Resource Management (ARSHRM) conferences in the past as well as numerous other events nationwide.  Moss is the owner of the consulting group Information Solutions Team and Integritrac background screening.  She travels the nation each year training public and private corporations in I-9 compliance and safe hiring programs, and is considered a subject matter expert.

Description:

A new FORM  I-9 was released on November 14, 2016, and was mandated for use by January 22, 2017. There are some significant changes to be discussed especially related to compliance policies that will now require review, updating and training.  There are also many expected changes in worksite enforcement. These changes require review by senior management.

Objectives.  As a result of this class, HR professionals will be able to:

  • ·         Ensure enterprise-wide I-9 compliance.
  • ·         Anticipate regulatory enforcement trends.
  • ·         Make strategic compliance policy decisions.

 

Consulting Skills - Your Path to a Seat at the Table: Thursday, September 21, 2017 / 1:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Location: Northwest Arkansas Board of Realtors

314 N Goad Springs Rd, Lowell, AR 72745

Instructor: Travis McNeal

Travis McNeal is the Director of Change Management for HR Operations at Walmart – currently leading Change Management activities for an international ERP project. Prior to joining Walmart in 2011, Travis spent 8 years with the Continuous Learning Group as a Sr. Consultant, assisting clients implement Performance Management, Leadership Development and Talent Management strategies. Clients with whom Travis has consulted include; Exxon Mobile, PPG, CN Rail, Chevron and Cigna to name a few. Travis also teaches Human Resources and Organizing for Change for the Masters of Science in Operations Management at University of Arkansas.  Travis earned his Bachelor’s in Psychology with a Minor in Human Resource Management from Utah State University, and a Master’s in Behavioral Science from the University of Nevada, Reno.

Description:

Consulting is a key competency for HR professionals, and done right, it can be a stepping stone to a "a seat at the table". This session will explore HR consulting best practice and relate it to strategic participation in organizational goals and objectives.

Objectives.  As a result of this class, HR professionals will be able to:

  • ·         Align consulting activities with organizational need/goals.
  • ·         Utilize consulting skills to work directly with senior and line managers on strategic initiatives.
  • ·         Anticipate challenges and determine resolutions through collaborative consulting with organizational leadership.

 

How Millennials are Driving a Strategic Shift in Training: Tuesday, October 24, 2017 / 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Location: Northwest Arkansas Community College

Shewmaker Center for Workforce Technologies, Room B103

Instructor: Judith Tavano, SHRM-SCP, SPHR

Judith Tavano, LERN-CPP, SHRM-SCP, SPHR, is the founder of TRAINIQUE, LLC, a boutique training firm, former University of Arkansas Global Campus director of professional development and adjunct instructor in the human resource development program in the College of Education and Health Professions, and a generations scholar. Judith was named NOARK HR Professional of 2015.  She is a graduate of the Simmons College, Boston, MA, and the daughter of two extraordinary members of the Greatest Generation.

Description:

Do you have a strategic imperative to attract, engage, and retain the best and brightest? Then it's time to look at how you propose to train them. Over one-third of Millennials claim to be more interested in employers with "exceptional" training and development opportunities. So, what are these "exceptional" training opportunities and why do we need to listen to the Millennials? Because they are currently nearly 50% of the workforce and heading higher. They want access, personalization, and ease of use.  Are you ready to grow your business offering "exceptional" training?

Objectives.  As a result of this class, HR professionals will be able to:

  • ·         Map training initiatives to organizational strategic imperatives.
  • ·         Ensure organizational goals by creating training that meets the needs of trainees and organizational mission.
  • ·         Brand your organization as the provider of “exceptional’ training.

 

 

SHRM PDC's available.

HRCI continuing education hours pending.

 

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