NB - Education Program - NB Region - January to May 2019

Education Program - NB Region - January to May 2019

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Talking?Uniom?Basics (TUB) ?????????????

English

February 9-10, 2019

PSAC Boardroom
30 Englehart St,. Suite G
Dieppe, NB

The TUB is an introduction course on union basics and is open to all members.
*Please note this course is often a pre-requisite for some other PSAC courses including Atlantic School.

January?28,?2019???

Talking Union Basics (TUB)?

French

February 23-24, 2019

PSAC Boardroom
30 Englehart St,. Suite G
Dieppe, NB

The TUB is an introduction course on union basics and is open to all members.
*Please note this course is often a pre-requisite for some other PSAC courses including Atlantic School.

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Application deadline extended to February 8, 2019

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หาเงิน จาก บา คา ร่าFebruary 8, 2019

Respectful Workplace and Anti-Harassment?

English

March 16-17, 2019

PSAC Boardroom
30 Englehart St,. Suite G
Dieppe, NB

This course will look at power relationships and how they affect the workplace.? Participants will identify elements that make up a respectful workplace and discuss what is needed in order to establish and maintain a more respectful workplace.? They will also define harassment and bullying and their impact at work, and look at policies, processes and the legal framework that governs harassment in the workplace.? Finally, participants will study measures for preventing workplace harassment as well as formal and informal recourse routes.?? หาเงิน จาก บา คา ร่าFebruary 15, 2019

Respectful Workplace and Anti-Harassment

French

March 23-24, 2019

PSAC Boardroom
30 Englehart St,. Suite G
Dieppe, NB

This course will look at power relationships and how they affect the workplace.? Participants will identify elements that make up a respectful workplace and discuss what is needed in order to establish and maintain a more respectful workplace.? They will also define harassment and bullying and their impact at work, and look at policies, processes and the legal framework that governs harassment in the workplace.? Finally, participants will study measures for preventing workplace harassment as well as formal and informal recourse routes.?? February 22, 2019

Introduction for Local Officers

English

April 6-7, 2019

PSAC Boardroom
30 Englehart St,. Suite G
Dieppe, NB

The course will provide new Local Officers with essential basics for upholding their local responsibilities and building a strong union.? Participants will examine ways to interest and involve more members in the work union.

March 15, 2019

Introduction for Local Officers

French

April 27-28, 2019

PSAC Boardroom
30 Englehart St,. Suite G
Dieppe, NB

The course will provide new Local Officers with essential basics for upholding their local responsibilities and building a strong union.? Participants will examine ways to interest and involve more members in the work union.

April 5, 2019

Introduction to Canada Labour Code Part II

Bilingual with simultaneous translation

May 4-5, 2019

Delta Marriott
750 Main Street
Moncton, NB

This course is an introduction to the Canada Labour Code, Part II. It will cover the internal responsibilities system, as well as the employer and employee responsibilities of this legislation. The course is for Health and Safety Committee members and members who are interested in knowing more about Health and Safety in federally regulated workplaces

April 5, 2019

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

more information shortly

Date and location to be determined

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.?

more information shortly
Advanced?Program ? ? ?

Unions Work for Women: A PSAC course for active women members

Date and location to be determined 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.? more information shortly
Online training

Other training options available:? All PSAC members can also do on-line education training on different topics at the following link: psacunion.ca/online-learning and click on “Visit PSAC's online learning centre”.at the bottom of the page.?

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Members can also access new on-line Steward courses at the following link:

http://vubiz.com/shop-stewards
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