Check In is at: 7:30 a.m.
Classes are from 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Breakfast and Lunch will be provided
Confirmation and Materials will be sent the week prior to the Academy
All Academy and Elective Registration cancellation requests must be submitted in writing and received 14 days prior to the event to qualify for a refund. Cancellations not received within this period are non-refundable. No-shows and inability to attend the ATC due to weather are non-refundable. Academy Registration: A $50 administrative fee will be deducted. One registration transfer is allowed per registration provided they have the same membership status, a $35 registration fee will apply.
National PELRA Labor Relations Academy and Certification Program (CLRP®)
Academy I: The Foundation of Labor Relations provides participants with the resources to achieve a better understanding of the basic principles and practices of labor relations. Through lively workshops and interactive exercises, participants sharpen their knowledge of "The Duty to Bargain", "Good Faith Bargaining", "The Scope of Bargaining", "The Profile of an Excellent Negotiator", and writing important contract clauses. Participants will be given tools to assist them in preparing and organizing for bargaining and also enforcing and administering the resulting collective bargaining agreement. An overview of comparative negotiating processes illustrates various approaches to bargaining and tips for success.
The National PELRA Labor Relations Certification Program (CLRP(R)), is an innovative certificate designed specifically for public sector labor relations and human resources professionals who are new to the field as well as for the experienced practitioner seeking additional training. In order to attain the prestigious CLRP(R) designation, you must complete the three Core Academy's (Academy I, Academy II and Academy III, in any order) and take the multiple-choice exam or write a paper.
This unique four - step program leads to the Professional Certification as a Certified Labor Relations Professional (CLRP®)
Complete Academies I, II, and III - May be completed in any order. Participants must complete each entire academy.
Submit a Labor Relations Professional Paper - Paper to be approved by National PELRA Labor Relations Academy Committee prior to awarding certification.
Receive a Passing score on the CLRP® Exam (Please visit npelra.org to register for the Exam)