2017 LAP School: Introduction to Labor Assistance Professionals: Programs to Approach Workplace Problems
Introduction to Labor Assistance Professionals:
The course Introduction to Labor Assistance Professionals: Programs to Approach Workplace Problems is the beginning step of a process that culminates with certification as a labor assistance professional (LAP-C). This course covers information for unionists interested in assisting union brothers and sisters in the workplace who are suffering from personal problems.
Course topics include:
This course has been evaluated for college credit through SUNY Empire State College. The credits may be used toward an associate (A.A. or A.S.) or bachelor's degree (B.A., B.S., or B.P.S.) from SUNY Empire State College when you matriculate as a degree-seeking student.
For this class it is necessary to attend every class session in its entirety. Class begins Sunday evening at 7 pm and ends Friday 11 am.
For more information about the course call Tom Cole at 513-732-9055.
All major credit cards, personal checks and traveler’s checks accepted. Credit card is required at check in for incidental charges incurred during your stay. Incidental charges are made to your credit card at check out if no other arrangements are made.
This is all inclusive, including transportation to and from BWI airport.
Make checks payable to : National Labor Assistance Professionals
If registering by mail, please download the announcement/registration form and either FAX the completed form to 1-513-732-0689, email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or mail the completed form along with your check for $1350 to:
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