The Legal Aspects of Collective Bargaining micro-credential is presented from Illinois ASBO through the online professional development platform, Illinois ASBOnline. Practitioners who participate can use this micro-credential process as a way to demonstrate their existing competency in this area in order to showcase their skills while earning a badge for their online social networks or signatures.
Course description can be found below. Practitioner can earn PD clock hours or AAC credit, but not both.
If taken for PD Clock hours, 20 PD Clock Hours earned
If taken for Academy credit, fulfills AAC requirement + 6 PD Clock Hours.
Legal Aspects of Collective Bargaining is a standalone micro-credential in a series of micro-credentials offered by Illinois Association of School Business Officials. Practitioners (superintendent, assistant superintendent, business manager and support staff assigned to prepare for collective bargaining) will engage in the processes necessary to prepare for Collective Bargaining, and this micro-credential confirms the competencies of knowing all factors necessary for Collective Bargaining. The individual who receives the Legal Aspects of Collective Bargaining micro-credential will be able to compare, contrast and evaluate the components of a collective bargaining agreement, assemble a bargaining team, prioritize desired outcomes, and benchmark data with comparable districts.
The skills are all supported by the International School Business Management Professional Standards which also are guidelines for the Illinois Association for School Business Officials.
You will receive a separate e-mail confirming your registration that will include instructions and a link to access Illinois ASBOnline. Please contact Rebecca Wolz at email@example.com if you have any questions.