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Duration: 3 weeks / Summary: Known as the “flagship” of CUPW education, this residential program inspires and strengthens existing and emerging union leaders.
Duration: 5 days / Summary: The Level 2 facilitator training course is for members with significant facilitation experience who want to deepen their skills.
Duration: 5 days / Summary: The Level 1 facilitator training course is for members who have never facilitated, or have very limited facilitation experience.
Duration: 5 days / Summary: This specialized course was developed by the national grievance department to train members to argue arbitration cases.
Duration: 2.5 days / Summary: This course is about recognizing mental health issues in the workplace, assisting co-workers suffering from mental illness, and strategies for psychological health and safety.
Duration: 2.5 days / Summary: This course gives new members key information about their union and helps them find their place in it.
Duration: 2.5 days / Summary: This course raises the awareness of CUPW members about workplace harassment and violence.
Duration: 2.5 days / Summary: This course explores the status of women in society and in the union, and empowers women activists.
Duration: 2.5 days / Summary: The Turtle Island course aims to build meaningful, long-term relationships with and among indigenous peoples inside and outside our workplaces.
Duration: 2.5 days / Summary: This course provides an overview of the rights and struggles of equity-seeking groups, focusing on racialized groups, differently-abled people, members of the LGBT community, and indigenous people.
Duration: 2.5 days / Summary: This course provides temporary workers with information about their rights and benefits under the urban collective agreement.
Duration: 2.5 days / Summary: This course familiarizes new secretary-treasurers with their key responsibilities.
Duration: 2.5 days / Summary: This purpose of this course is to familiarize members of local executives with their roles and responsibilities.
Duration: 3 days / Summary: This course trains members to be social stewards.
Duration: 5 days / Summary: This course provides new stewards with an opportunity to learn about their rights and responsibilities in depth.
Duration: 2.5 days / Summary: This course reinforces participants’ grievance knowledge, investigation and advocacy skills.
Duration: 5 days / Summary: This course gives experienced stewards an opportunity to assess their strengths and work on the areas they want to improve.
Duration: 2.5 days / Summary: This course aims to provide new stewards with basic training, knowledge and confidence.
Duration: 1 and 2.5 days / Summary: The aim of this course is to understand and mobilize the membership during the negotiations process.
Duration: 2.5 days / Summary: Participants learn how to organize and mobilize union members into a powerful force for change.
Duration: 2.5 days / Summary: This course aims to help members improve their lobbying, canvassing, outreach and campaign capacity with a focus on municipal and federal politics.
Duration: 2.5 days / Summary: This course focuses on the development of a critical understanding of media and effective media messaging.
Duration: 5 days / Summary: This course provides an opportunity for union activists to collectively analyze and work on the challenges involved in representing and mobilizing the membership.
Duration: 5 days / Summary: This course trains members to become union observers and enhances their knowledge of the letter carrier route measurement system (LCRMS).
Duration: 1 day / Summary: This short course introduces members to the forms used to update letter carrier routes, and shows them how to ensure their work is correctly reflected and compensated.