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  • Introduction to Labor Assistance Professionals: Programs to Approach Workplace Problems

    A LAP School is scheduled for Sunday, October 27 through Friday, November 1, 2024, at the Conference Center at Maritime Institute, 692 Maritime Boulevard, Linthicum Heights, MD 21090.

    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:

    • An introduction to MAP/EAPs, including their history and structure
    • Addiction and its treatment, prevention and intervention
    • The use of benefits and the parity law
    • Legal issues, drug testing, and pharmacology
    • Ethics, EAP/LAP models, and mental health

    To receive credit for the course it is necessary to attend every class session in its entirety. Class begins Sunday evening at 7 pm, and ends Friday at 11 am.

    For more information about the course, please call Tyrone Brown at 980-238-9696, or Jeremy Gordon at 513-537-5880.

    The deadline for registration is Friday, October 11, 2024.

    The all-inclusive tuition fee is $1800.00 and includes single room lodging, meals, all course material costs, and transportation to and from Baltimore International Airport (BWI). The fee breakdown is as follows: 1) Maritime cost, single room, meals, etc. $1500.00. 2) Class materials $300.00.  

    You must register online for the school by completing and submitting the registration form. All major credit cards, personal checks, and travelers checks are accepted for payment. 

    A credit card is required at school check-in for any incidental charges incurred during your stay. Incidental charges will be charged to your credit card at check-out if no other arrangements are made.

    We are still working on details. Online registration will open soon.

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