Mar 31 2023


9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Initiation aux mandats CNESST en contexte de développement de carrière : enjeux, processus et astuces


Dates 2023 :

Module 1 : 31 mars de 9h à 12h

Module 2 : 7 avril de 9h à 12h

Dates 2014 : à venir

Durée : 6 heures en deux modules de 3 heures

Prix membre : 316 $ (taxes incluses)

Prix non membre : 632 $ (taxes incluses)

Prix groupe de 6 à 10 personnes :1600 $ (taxes incluses)

Prix groupe 11 à 15 personnes : 2500 $ taxes (taxes incluses)

Prix groupe 16 à 20 personnes : 3 000 $ taxes (taxes incluses)

L’accompagnement de la clientèle de la CNESST en situation de réadaptation au travail, pose des défis de pratique particuliers, notamment en raison de la complexité des mandats, des enjeux organisationnels et de la clientèle et des facteurs liés au retour au travail à la suite d’une absence maladie. Pourtant un nombre restreint de professionnel.le.s du DDC sont réellement formé.e.s pour aborder ces mandats. Au terme de cette formation, vous aurez une vision d’ensemble des mandats octroyés par la CNESST aux professionnels du DDC (c.o./c.e.) et des enjeux/problématiques rencontrés avec la clientèle accidentée. De plus, vous aurez coconstruit des trucs et astuces afin de développer un argumentaire solide (ex. : lors de la rédaction du rapport) et proposer des solutions de retour au travail adéquates, en plus de repartir avec une banque d’outils concrets.

Module 1 : Initiation aux concepts et aux enjeux des mandats d’orientation professionnelle et de recherche d’emploi en réadaptation au travail

Module 2 :  Regard sur les démarches administratives et d’intervention pour les fournisseurs du DDC en contexte de mandats CNESST. 

Information importante à considérer :

Cette formation est destinée à des personnes qui n’ont pas ou qui ont peu d’expérience professionnelle auprès des personnes travailleuses de la CNESST.

  • Language: French
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  • Date : Mar 31 2023
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