Facilitated by: Amanda Cucullo, MIRHR, BComm, Professor, George Brown College
This training session will discuss the dos and don’ts of record keeping. Recording all of the information you need about volunteers and staff in properly maintained files not only makes it easier for you to access when you need it but reduces the risk associated with litigation. You will also learn what policy checks are and their importance within an organization. The collection of personal health information and disclosure via the Personal Health Information Protection Act (PHIPA) will also be discussed.
Amanda Cucullo (she/her) serves as a subject matter expert in many areas of HR, including recruitment and selection, diversity and inclusion, workplace equity, training and development, employee relations, and performance management. She is a Professor at George Brown College, located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. She instructs various human resources and organizational behaviour courses. In Amanda’s professional career, she successfully applied blended instructional design techniques and methodologies using various virtual and face-to-face delivery methods, including e-learning, workshops, and simulations. Amanda has a Bachelor of Commerce from the Ted Rogers School of Business Management as well as a Masters of Industrial Relations and Human Resources from the University of Toronto.
There is a registration fee of $35 + HST. Registration links are intended for individual use.