September 20, 2022 at 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
This is the third workshop in the Cultural Perspectives Training Workshop Series, facilitated by the Indigenous Perspectives Society.Register
Once you’ve identified an organization with which you would like to partner, the work of negotiating and formalizing an agreement begins in earnest. This module will help participants understand:
This module is one of five in a series designed to help affordable housing providers make well-informed decisions about partnering.
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Negotiation Theory | Legal Attributes of Healthy Partnerships | What to Negotiate | Communications Strategy | Code of Conduct | Formalizing Partnerships | Partnering Tools and Resources
By the end of this module you’ll be able to:
Throughout the course you will read and watch content, and be encouraged to engage in various offline activities to apply your learning to your board role. We know that you may not all have the opportunity to take activities back to your board while you’re in this module; however, this learning is all about your involvement with your board. Our invitation to you is to take the information in this module and make it live in your own situation.
Once you have completed this module you can go on to learn more about Partnerships in our other self-serve modules.
This module is one of 5 modules which comprise the 12-week facilitated online Partnerships course curriculum, which has been developed in partnership with BC Housing.
You have 30 days to complete the module. At the end of the 30-day enrollment period you will be automatically unenrolled from this module.
The learning content is provided in a lesson format that allows you to progress at your own pace. The lesson includes non-graded checks for understanding. This module also includes a non-graded pre-test and a graded post-test. You’ll need to complete the non-graded pre-test in order to access the lesson.
To receive a certificate you’ll need to score 70% or more on the post-test. You can re-take the post-test as many times as needed, within your enrollment period.
This is an online course and participants must have basic computer skills and have regular access to a computer with MS Office 2010 or later and a modern, safe browser. We recommend Chrome, however any updated browser will work. Templates used in this course may require MS Excel, MS Word and .pdf reader. This course is provided in English and requires reading and writing at a grade 8 level.
Modules are 30 days in length, and run throughout the year, beginning on the 1st and 15th of each month. You may register for a module at any time throughout the month or year. You will receive your log-in details either on the 1st or 15th of each month, depending on which date you registered. For example, if you register any time from April 2 to 15, you will receive your log in-instructions and access to the module on April 15. If you register any time from April 16 to May 1, you will receive your log-in instructions and access to the module on May 1.
Once you receive your log-in details, you can log into HousingU at any time to start your module. You will have 30 days to complete the module from the date that you receive your log-in instructions. For example, if you received your log-in details on April 1, you will have until April 30 to complete the module. If you received your log-in details on April 15, you will have until May 15 to complete the module. After the 30-day enrollment period, you will be automatically un-enrolled from the module. If you do not complete the module within 30 days, you will have to re-register for the module.
To register, click on the button above to login to our secure Registration site. Note: We require a unique email address for each course participant as our online learning system will not accept duplicate emails.
For further instructions, check out the Course Registration Information page.
There are no bulk discounts available for this module and registration fees are not refundable.