Training & Education
Goyette & Associates, Inc., offers comprehensive training, and education and speakers programs for the clients and customers on a wide variety of subject matters. For example, G&A offers training to its law enforcement organizations and their members in areas such as Internal Affairs investigations and the Peace Officers Procedural Bills of Rights Act, critical incidents, avoiding the obstruction of justice minefield, success in collective bargaining, on the job injuries and workers’ compensation rights, wage, hour and overtime compensation under State law and the FLSA and employee organization management.
Similar programs are offered for firefighters and other public safety employee organizations. Finally, G&A in conjunction with RN Guardian offers comprehensive training to California Registered Nurses on liability risk management and licensing defense.
Paul Q. Goyette heads up G&A’s training, education and speakers’ programs creating a unique, educational and entertaining program. G&A’s speakers program includes some of the most experienced and qualified professionals in their fields.
G&A’s training, education and speakers’ program are based upon the commitment to give you useful and practical information and the tools to use that information to meet both the long-term and short-term goals of your organization. In other words, G&A’s programs are not about simply providing the student interesting trivia. Rather, many of the programs are designed to help the student lay the foundation for personal and organizational growth. Students learn the value of establishing concrete goals for their organization and numerous strategies to meet those goals.
A testimonial from one of our clients:
“Paul Goyette served as a panelist at the Labor and Employment Section of the California State Bar’s 15th Annual Public Sector Conference. Paul provided keen insight regarding the prosecution and defense of administrative claims of disparate treatment, harassment and other issues of fair employment (Session title: “To Claim or Not to Claim”). Paul was able to share his expertise in this practice area by conveying practical and meaningful information. He definitely knew his material and his audience. Undoubtedly, Paul was well-received by those who attended the training session, and he would be invited back to provide continuing education to members of the Section”.
Michael E. Whitaker
Supervising Deputy Attorney General
California Department of Justice – ERA Section