Teaching

Studying at Athabasca University
Athabasca University is a distance-education institution. Our undergraduate courses are predominantly self-paced, individualized study, with students able to start courses on the 1st of any month. Upon registering, students receive a course package containing textbooks (and other reading materials), access to a digital study guide (i.e., the lectures) and access to a tutor for the duration of their course contract.

Teaching and Course Development
I presently coordinate tutoring for:

HRMT 386: Introduction to Human Resource Management
EDUC/HRMT 316: Program Planning and Methods in Adult Learning
EDUC 317: Training and Development in Organizations
EDUC/HRMT 406: Work and Learning
IDRL 408: Workplace Injury
IDRL 309/LGST 310: Human Rights, the Charter and Labour Relations


I have written study guides for:

EDUC 210: The Canadian Training System (forthcoming)
EDUC 317: Training and Development in Organizations (2016)
HRMT 386: Introduction to Human Resource Management (2014, 2010)
IDRL 308: Occupational Health and Safety (2014)
IDRL 408: Workplace Injury (2013)
HRMT 326: Wages and Benefits (2013)
EDUC 310: The Canadian Training System (with Ursule Critophe) (2013)
IDRL 309/LGST 310: Human Rights, the Charter and Labour Relations (2013, 2017)
HRMT 300: Human Resource Planning (2012)
HRMT 323: Injury Compensation and Disability Management (2011)
IDRL 408: Workplace Injury (2011)
IDRL 201: Labour Unions (2011)
IDRL 404: Rights at Work: Grievance Arbitration (2010)
HRMT 322: Employment Law in Canada (2009, 2008)
HRMT 301: Recruitment and Selection (2009)
IDRL 312: Conflict and Accommodation (2008)
HRMT 323: Workers’ Compensation in Canada (2008)