Union Training Courses
Register Your Interest
To learn more about each available course and decide which one best suits you read on below.
If you have questions about training don't hesitate to call the union office on 1800 177 244 or email our Education and Development Team via email@example.com.
To register for a course please email your contact details and the course you would like to attend to firstname.lastname@example.org or fill in your details on the form to the right ->
Courses on offer
Delegate 101 (View the training calendar)
Is a one day course designed for new Delegates who have recently taken up the role or for existing Delegates who haven’t completed training for some time. This course covers the role of the Delegate and develops communication and problem solving skills for the workplace.
Member Education Session (Delivery dates based on demand)
This is a one day course designed for those members interested in becoming more active in their workplace. The aim of this course is to examine how workplace relations works at the workplace and the role unions/workers play in building capacity to influence and achieve important outcomes for members, their profession and the wider community.
Workplace Meeting Skills (Delivery dates based on demand)
This is a one day course for representatives who attend workplace consultative forums or who would like to improve their workplace meetings skills. Topics covered in this course include, meeting skills, negotiation skills, where workplace rights come from and basic representation skills.
Training Leave Entitlements
If you are uncertain what your leave entitlements for training are call the union office on 1800 177 244 or email our Education and Development Team via email@example.com.
If you do have access to leave it is important to note that this leave only applies if you attend the training. If you cannot attend training for some reason, for example illness, your Industrial Relations Education Leave does not stand and you will need to apply for sick leave instead.
We ask all participants to let us know of any special dietary requirements as lunch will be provided for you at our course. We will try to accommodate the needs for all participants however if we cannot we will notify you.
What to bring
When attending training we ask that you bring a notepad and pen if possible. Some courses contain a pre-course activity; where this is the case you will be sent details of this with your registration confirmation.
Otherwise we simply ask that you bring yourselves, any questions and your availability for the whole day (this is why you are on leave from work).
If participants have mobile phones we ask that you use break-times to return messages and that phones are turned off or on “silent” during training so that everyone can get the most out of the course.