CUPW Prairie Region
DATE:April 13, 14 and 15, 2018
Chateau Lacombe Hotel
10111 Bellamy Hill
1. Media Training (Urban or RSMC/PSBU)
With the Media Training component, participants enhance their understanding of the media, and learn how to create and deliver a clear, effective message. They also look at the use of social and community media. A CUPW media specialist delivers some of this course and assists with media role-plays.
Note: This course is recommended for Local Executive members who interact with the media, or members who may do so in the future.
2. Welcome to CUPW (Urban or RSMC/PSBU)
This course is for new members. During this interactive course, partcipants learn about thir Union and find their place in it. Topics include CUPW History and Constitution, how to write a resolution, Union vs Employer Values, Understanding Power and the many faces of activism.
3. Secretary Treasurer Course (Urban or RSMC/PSBU)
This course is designed for those involved in the administration of the Union. It will go through material most Secretary-Treasurers are expected to complete for the Union under Article 9 of the National Constitution. This course is offered to those currently holding positions that require this knowledge.
4. Fighting Back: A Primer in Local Postal Worker Power (Urban or RSMC/PSBU)
This course is about building alliances in the community, labour movement and workplace. It will increase participants’ awareness of their power and explores how to forge community / labour movement / workplace alliances. Members find the roles they can play to strengthen their individual parts, and as a whole
Interested members should be made aware that all sessions of the courses are mandatory. Pleases instruct participants to inform the REOO of any medical conditions that must be considered and ask participants to refrain from wearing any fragrances during the sessions to protect those with fragrance sensitivity allergies.
Participants are expected to share accommodations, any change must be authorized by the Regional Office before hand.
Registration deadline for locals to send in participant applications to the LocalOffice by February 22, 2018 (no exceptions).
This education program falls under Article 11.06 of the National Constitution and expenses for delegates are paid under Article 7.42, which include meals, transportation and accommodation. Reimbursement for childcare expenses is also available. The Union encourages all members to access this right of membership and learn how to make your own working life and that of your co-workers better.
For more information contact your shop steward, local education officer or executive member
The Struggle Continues….
Todd JaremaAjay Sharma
Regional Education & Organization OfficerEdmonton Local Education Officer
CUPW Prairie RegionTJ/kw.COPE225