Employment & Education

The Employment and Education Division carries out the essential function of helping the youth for the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Indian Reservation.


Dec
19
1:00pm 1:00pm

Education & Training Policies: Employee Development Plan

1.  Increase your understanding of the Employee Policy Manual policies and procedures related to Employee Development Plans.

2.  Learn how to identify training goals and how to put them into an Employee Training Plan.

3.  Employees and supervisors will learn about their responsibilities in planning and implementing Employee Development Plans. 

Location:  Government Center

Floor:        3rd Floor

Room:       BIA Conference Room

                 (east wing)

Trainer:     Patricia Laramie-Brooks,

                 TODM, Training &

                 Development Specialist

 

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Dec
9
8:30am 8:30am

Budget Process: Reading & Analyzing Financial Reports

Increase knowledge of Tribal Accounting budget process including related policies, procedures, forms and approval process; understand how to use and analyze their program financial report(s); increase knowledge & how /when to use payroll & policies, forms, procedures, schedules, source documents and records.

REQUIRED FOR MANAGERS BY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Location:  Government Center

Floor:        3

Room:       BIA Conference Room

                 (east wing)

Trainer:     Tom Sargent,

                 Finance Officer,

                 Accounting

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Dec
2
8:00am 8:00am

Reasonable Suspicion

Mandatory for ALL employees.

Supervisors will learn to recognize potential signs to look for to determine if Reasonable Suspicion drugs/alcohol testing is appropriate.  Employee will increase their understanding of the process to follow if they suspect intoxication or when they are directed to report for a test under this policy.

Location:  Government Center

Floor:        3rd Floor

Room:       3-1

                  (west wing)

Trainer:      Leon Long,

                  Benefits Manager

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Dec
1
9:00am 9:00am

Office & Administrative Round Table

Participants will benefit from the round table session that will provide both formal and informal peer exchanges of information.  Recognize the expertise of office support and administrative assistants who provide quality service to supervisors, office and program organization skills and customers.  Learn what works, talk about challenges, and find new ways to do things better in your position to be of better service and support.

Location:  Government Center

Floor:        1st Floor

Room:       Auditorium

Trainer:     Charlanne Quinto,

                 TODM Manager

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Nov
16
8:00am 8:00am

Tribal Governance Series

  • Jurisdiction
  • Indian Civil Rights
  • Tribal Constitution and By-Laws
  • Family Law

The governmental status of tribal nations is at the heart of nearly every issue that touches Indian Country (NCAI).  Self-government is essential if tribal communities are to continue to protect their unique cultures and identities, and to maintain the power to determine their own governance structures, pass laws, and enforce laws.  Employees will receive training in one of many important topics related to Tribal Governance (topic to be determined).

Location:  Government Center

Floor:        3rd Floor

Room:       BIA Conference Room

                 (east wing)

Trainer:     Anita Dupris,

                 Chief Justice

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Nov
9
8:30am 8:30am

Connecting The Generations At Work

An interactive session

where a panel and the audience learn to bridge any generational gaps and help employees build healthy relationships with others while learning and listening.  Participants will understand that employees work differently, have different experiences and values that shape them into the worker they are, not right, or wrong, just different.

Location: Inchelium

                Community Center

Room:      Long House

Trainer:     Patricia Laramie-Brooks,

                 TODM, Training &

                 Development Specialist

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Nov
4
8:30am 8:30am

Human Resource: Conducting Performance Appraisals

Supervisor Training.

Performance Appraisals are a year round tool, learn to prepare/conduct a fair and useful Performance Appraisal, learn Employee Policy Manual requirements and be given an opportunity to ask questions about the process and best practices.

Location:  Government Center

Floor:         3rd Floor

Room:        BIA Conference Rm

                   (east wing)

Trainer:       Joseph Simpson,

                   HR, Employee Relations

 

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Nov
3
8:30am 8:30am

Connecting Generations At Work

An Interactive Session

where a panel and the audience learn to bridge any generational gaps and help employees build healthy relationships with others while learning and listening.  Participants will understand that employees work differently, ave different experiences and values that shape them into the worker they are are, not right, or wrong, just different.

Location:  Government Center

Floor:        1st Floor

Room:        Auditorium

 

Trainer:      Charlanne Quinto,

                  TODM Manager

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Nov
1
9:30am 9:30am

Tribal Employment Rights Office

Employees will increase their knowledge and understanding of Indian Preference codes and how to apply them in program hiring, contracting, training and what to do when a complaint is filed.

Location:  Government Center

Floor:        3rd Floor

Room:       3-1 (west wing)

Trainer:      Larry Jordan,

                  TERO Manager

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Oct
27
10:00am10:00am

Motivating Responsible Behavior At Work

NEW!

Supervisor Leadership Training - Held in conjuction with the Human Resource Disciplinary Action Process. Positive action can prevent disciplinary action.

Location:  Government Center

Floor:        3rd Floor

Room:      3-1

                  (west wing)

Trainer:      Charlanne Quinto,

                  TODM Manager

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Oct
27
8:30am 8:30am

Disciplinary Action Process

Supervisor Training. Fair and appropriate disciplinary actions are more than paperwork - it is a process. Learn what the EPM requires and ways to provide action with employees that is fair and responsible to the employee action or behavior.

Location: Government Center

Floor:       3rd Floor

Room:      3-1 (west wing)

Trainer:    Joseph Simpson,

                HR, Employee Relations

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Oct
25
1:00pm 1:00pm

Education & Training Policies: Employee Development Plan

1.  Increase your understanding of the Employee Policy Manual Policies & procedures related to Employee Development Plans.

2.  Learn how to identify training goals and how to put them into an Employee Training Plan.

3.  Employees and supervisors will learn about their responsibilities in planning and implementing Employee Development Plans.

Location:  Government Center

Floor:        3rd Floor

Room:        BIA Conference Room

                  (east wing)

Trainer:      Charlanne Quinto,

                  TODM Manager

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Oct
11
1:30pm 1:30pm

Purchasing Procedures

Increase fundamental knowledge of tribal and federal requirements and reduce mistakes made when processing actions.

 

Location: Government Center

Floor:       3rd Floor

Room:      BIA Conference Rm

                (east wing)

                        

 Trainer:   Ashley Timentwa,

                 Purchasing Agent

 

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Oct
11
8:30am 8:30am

Contracting Procedures: Writing RFP's and Scopes of Work

Mandatory training for Managers. Increase fundamental knowledge of tribal contracting process, records, documentation, approval procedures; learn to apply fundamental standards for developing effective requests for proposals for product or work needed by the Tribes. Develop grant & contract work plans or SOW & plan, schedule, identify needs & write, modify effective scopes of work to meet Tribal & funding agency requirements.

Location: Government Center

                 Floor: 3rd Floor

                 Room: BIA Conference Rm

                 (east wing)

Trainer:     Dorthey Zacherle,

                  Purchasing Manager

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Oct
6
10:15am10:15am

Website Training

New! This training is specifically for employees who are identified within in each department to maintain and update the content for the tribal program. Learn to use the website software to maintain content or add new content to the tribal program website.

Gov’t. Center
Floor 3
Room# 3-3

Trainer: Nanette Vaughn | Webmaster | Media Services

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Oct
6
9:00am 9:00am

Social Media

New! This training is specifically for employees who are identified within each department to maintain and update the content for the tribal program. Basic level training to introduce users on the use of Facebook, You Tube, and Twitter for program related communication.

Gov’t. Center
Floor 3
Room# 3-3

Trainer: Nanette Vaughn | Webmaster | Media Services

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