Education Program - NL Region - January - June 2019

Grievance Handling

February 2 - 3, 2019

St. John's

This course provides new PSAC shop stewards with essential basics for grievance handling and effective stewarding

Open to all PSAC members in St. John’s area

Deadline to apply: January 25, 2019

Call (709-726-6453)?or email the St. John's office (hydem@psac-afpc.com)?to register

Interpreting the Collective Agreement

February 23 - 24, 2019

St. John's

This course will enhance your understanding of what a Collective Agreement is and what is in it.

Open to all PSAC members in St. John’s area

Deadline to apply: February 15, 2019

Call (709-726-6453)?or email the St. John's office (hydem@psac-afpc.com)?to register

Violence Prevention in the Workplace

March 23 - 24, 2019

St. John's

This course will highlight the legal requirements on violence prevention with Part II of the Canada Labour Code and assist participants knowing the existing recourses available to prevent and deal with violent occurrences in the workplace.? This course is open to Health and Safety Committee members, Local Executive members and Local Stewards who have knowledge and experience with Health and Safety Legislation.?

Deadline to apply: March 8, 2019.

Call (709-726-6453)?or email the St. John's office (hydem@psac-afpc.com)?to register

Grievance Handling

April 27 - 28, 2019

Location TBD

This course provides new PSAC shop stewards with essential basics for grievance handling and effective stewarding

Open to all PSAC members in Central NL, Western NL & Labrador

Deadline to apply: April 6, 2019

Call (709-726-6453)?or email the St. John's office (hydem@psac-afpc.com)?to register

Local Officers Training

May 4 - 5, 2019

Location TBD

This course will provide new Officers of a Local Executive an opportunity to understand their responsibilities as a Local Officer, and to know how and where to obtain support within the PSAC.?

Open to all PSAC members in Central NL, Western NL & Labrador

Deadline to apply: April 13, 2019

Call (709-726-6453)?or email the St. John's office (hydem@psac-afpc.com)?to register

Unions Work for Women

June 14 - 16, 2019

St. John's

The goal of the course is to build a better union, better workplaces and a better society by encouraging and supporting active PSAC women in their struggle for fairness, equality and social justice.

Open to all PSAC members in Newfoundland & Labrador

Registration application and details to come

Our Communities, Our Union, Our Rights: an Introduction to the PSAC for Indigenous Members

Date and Location TBD

The Atlantic Region of the Public Service Alliance of Canada is pleased to provide an opportunity for Indigenous members to learn how they can navigate the structures of the PSAC.? This course has been designed for members who have had little or no previous involvement with their union and is a great first step to understanding how unions work for working people. This two-day training will provide members with a way of empowering themselves to effect change in their workplaces, communities and union.?

Registration application and details to come

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