Managing Industrial Relations - A Practical Approach

Cost: $1,650.00 per person


All practice is governed by theoretical principles. Best practice is only possible when the theoretical principles guiding it are explicitly stated. Success in Managing Industrial Relations, especially in difficult social and economic conditions, requires the ability to institute and customize effective practices in line with the tested highroad principles.


At the end of this programme, participants will be able to institute and manage effective Industrial Relations processes, towards reducing climates of conflict and distrust.


Business professionals who want to use the management of day to day Industrial Relations processes as a means of reducing workplace conflict and encouraging productivity.


The training approach is based on the principles of adult learning. The course models a variety of effective training methodologies, including demonstration, practice, discussion, brain-storming, role play, games, and presentation.

The use of these various methodologies in this interactive workshop ensures that all learning styles can participate and be successful in this event.


Participants will:

  1. Recognize and understand the impact of important factors affecting the IR context in Trinidad and Tobago
  2. Identify important principles which underlie best practices in Industrial Relations
  3. Utilize these principles in the implementation of best practice in key IR processes
  4. Understand the contribution of effective IR Practice to sustainable economic development


Seminar Workbook (will be provided).

Course Length

2 days


8 am - 4 pm


  • Course Materials
  • Lunch
  • Morning break
  • Certificate

More Information

Contact and Registration


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136-138 Henry Street, Port-of-Spain
South Campus:
Naparima College, Paradise Pasture, San Fernando

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