Orientation and In-Service Program Sample Clauses

Orientation and In-Service Program. The Hospital recognizes the need for a Hospital Orientation Program of such duration as it may deem appropriate taking into consideration the needs of the Hospital and the nurses involved.
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Orientation and In-Service Program. The Hospital recognizes the need for a Hospital Orientation Program of such duration as it may deem appropriate taking into consideration the needs of the Hospital and the nurses involved. Before assigning a newly hired nurse in charge of a nursing unit, the will first provide orientation both to the and to such nursing unit. It is understood that such nurse may be assigned to any tour as part of her orientation program, providing such is in accordance with any or objectives contained in the Appendix o Local Provisions which forms part of this Collective Agreement. Nurses recalled from layoff under Article (a), nurses whose probationary period has been extended under Article and nurses who are transferred on a permanent basis may be provided any orientation determined necessary by the Hospital. A request by such a nurse for orientation shall not be unreasonably denied. R Both the Hospital and the Association recognize their. joint responsibility and commitment to provide, and to supports t ate in, in-service education. The Association e of its members' responsibility for their own professional development and the Hospital will to provide programs to the requirements of the Hospital. Available programs will be publicized, and the Hospital will endeavour to* provide nurses with opportunities to attend such programs during their y working hours. The delegation of Added Nursing Skills and Sanctioned Medical Acts (Special-Procedures) to nurses shall be in accordance with established by the College of Nurses from time to time and any-approved Hospital policy thereto. When a nurse is on duty and authorized to attend any in-service within the hospital and her regularly working hours, she shall er no loss of regular pay. When a nurse i s required by the Hospital to attend courses outside of her regularly-. scheduled working hours she shall be paid for all time spent in attendance on such courses at her regular straight time hourly rate of pay. Nurses may be required, as part of their regular duties, to supervise the activities of students and will be informed in writing of their responsibilities in relation to these students. Any information that is provided to the Hospital by the educational institution with respect to the skill level of the students will be made available to the nurses recruited to supervise the students. The Hospital undertakes to notify the Association in advance, so far as practicable, of any technological changes which the Hospital has decide...
Orientation and In-Service Program. The Home recognizes the need for a Home Orientation Program of such duration as it may deem appropriate taking into consideration the needs of the Home and the nurses involved.
Orientation and In-Service Program. The Employer recognizes the need for an Employer Orientation Program of such duration as it may deem appropriate taking into consideration the needs of the Employer and the nurses involved.
Orientation and In-Service Program. The Health Centre recognizes the need for a Health Centre Orientation Program of such duration as it may deem appropriate taking into consideration the needs of the Health Centre and the nurses involved.
Orientation and In-Service Program. OPTIONS recognizes the need for an OPTIONS Orientation Program of such duration as it may deem appropriate taking into consideration the needs of OPTIONS and the nurses involved.
Orientation and In-Service Program. 12.01 The Employer recognizes the need for an Employee Orientation Program of such duration, as it may deem appropriate, taking into consideration the needs of the Employer and the nurses involved.
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Orientation and In-Service Program. 12.05 An orientation and in-service program will be provided to all nurses. These programs shall be reviewed and discussed from time to time by members of the Nurse/Management Committee as established under Article 6.06.
Orientation and In-Service Program. 12.01 The Employer provides a comprehensive orientation of such duration, as it may deem appropriate, taking into consideration the needs of the Employer and the NPs involved.
Orientation and In-Service Program. The Employer recognizes the need for an Orientation Program of such duration as it may deem appropriate taking into consideration the needs of the Employer and the nurses involved. The Employer will provide a newly-hired nurse with a written outline of the orientation program. The following minima shall be observed in the orientation. A newly-hired nurse who has not worked at the Employer within the two years immediately prior to the nurse’s hire will be provided a general orientation of at least one (1) day in Moosonee, and/or Moose Factory before the individual location orientation set out below.
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