LABOUR COMMUNITY ADVOCATE TRAINING PROGRAM

The Labour Movement was built on the principle of people helping people. And the Labour Community Advocate Program provides an avenue for union members to help their brothers and sisters who have job related or personal problems. Initiated by the Canadian Labour Congress, the program has been offered by United Way in major Canadian cities since 1978.

Graduates of the program offer guidance, referrals and information to co-workers about problems related to drug or alcohol abuse, gambling, housing, personal finance, and domestic violence.
Through the two-part training course, Labour Community Advocates learn about services and programs available in the Capital Region. They develop communication and interviewing skills. Then, if requested, they can refer co-workers to a community agency with professionals on staff who are trained to offer counselling or other assistance.

WEDNESDAY EVENINGS, 6:30 PM TO 9:30 PM

APRIL 2ND till MAY 28TH, 2014

LOCATION: UNITED WAY 15132 Stony Plain Road PH. 780-443-8330

LEVEL 2
UNION COUNSELLING TRAINING PROGRAM

1.) Mental Health April 2

2.) Harassment & Bullying April 9

3.) Loss & Grief April 16

4.) Family Tensions/Worklife Balance April 23

5.) Suicide (The Support Network) April 30

NO CLASS THE WEEK OF MAY 5TH TO 15TH CLC CONVENTION

6.) Sexual Issues May 14

7.) Conflict Resolution May 21

8.) Expanding the program/ meeting members needs May 28

http://myunitedway.ca/labour/