Northern Alberta Events and Courses

  • The main objectives in this course is for participants to know more about the roles and responsibilities of workers, employers, and unions regarding healthy and safe workplaces; increased confidence talking with members about their health and safety rights and to be able to describe ways to build healthy and safe workplaces.

  • If you are interested in connecting with Indigenous members and would like the following:

    • to debunk common misconceptions about Indigenous peoples'
    • gain an understanding of how Indigenous peoples' in Canada have resisted and continue to resist, oppression and colonialism
    • understand the role of stewards in promoting justice for Indigenous members in the workplace

    This workshop may be for you.

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    We are thrilled to announce that we will be hosting a Prairie Education Consultation evening at the Edmonton Regional Office on Tuesday November 13, 2018 at 5:30 pm

    We are taking the opportunity to meet with PSAC members to get their input into the next 3 years of Education in the Prairies.  Come out and join the discussion and have some pizza and pop. We want to know what you envision for the future of education in the Prairies! 

    We have also attached a poster below to advertise to members within your local!

    Register today!

     

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    We are very pleased to open registration for the upcoming course: Unionism on Turtle Island which will be held in Calgary, Alberta. The course will begin at 9:00 a.m. Wednesday November 28 and finish at 5:00 p.m. December 2.

    Registration begins August 27 and closes October 8, 2018

    This course is for PSAC members who:

  • Local union representatives meet with management representatives as equals for various reasons – grievance hearing, union management committees and consultations and sometimes for collective agreement negotiations. This course will develop your knowledge, skills and confidence to effectively consult with or confront management to enhance the union’s presence at the workplace.