Below is a list of upcoming Education opportunities. Please check the Education tab on the main menu bar for updates regarding opportunities.
- September 11 & 12, 2015 – Introduction to Stewarding, Local 30 Hall:
- No Cost
- Friday, September 11: 6pm-9pm
- Saturday, September 12: 9am-4pm
- 25 person limit, has already been advertised through the Stewards
- September 14, 2015 – Steward Meeting Educational: “(Most?) Important Labour Arbitration Cases and Recent Case Review”
- September 26-27, 2015 – CUPE Steward Learning Series Modules Open to All Locals, Local 30 Hall:
- Representing Members in Front of Management
- Handling Grievances
- Being an ally for Equality
- October 1, 2015 – ALHI Presents: Alberta Labour & the NDP Government: How Do We Both Win? Featuring Dr. Elaine Bernard, Director of the Harvard University Trade Union School and former President of the BC NDP @ University of Alberta Education Building North: Room 2-115. Admission by donation.
- October 13, 2015 – “What’s our Duty” SLS Module at the Steward Meeting Educational, Local 30 Hall
- October 15, 2015 – 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm Webinar by the Human Rights Commission: Developing and Implementing an Effective Harassment Prevention Policy in the Workplace. Registration Required
- October 21, 2015 – Understanding WCB Claims @ WCB Edmonton, Registration Required
- October 21, 2015 – Human Rights in Employment Forum Series: Accommodating Pregnancy in the Workplace @ Human Rights Commission, Edmonton, Registration Required
- October 22, 2015 – Understanding the Request for Review and Appeal Process System Seminar @ WCB Edmonton, Registration Required
- November 9, 2015 – Representing Members in Front of Management SLS Module
- November 14-15, 2015 – CUPE Local 30 Presents: Broadbent Institute Leadership Training in Edmonton. Limited to 35 spaces. The Broadbent Institute leadership training program was developed with 270 Strategies to incorporate the cutting-edge organizing and campaign strategies and tactics from recent U.S. elections, and especially the election of President Barack Obama. Local 30 invites internal registrants and those from other union and progressive organizations.
- Local 30 Members/Stewards/Executives: Complete Application
- CUPE Locals, AFL/CLC Affiliates: $500/person
- Non-AFL/CLC Affiliates: $600/person
- November 19-20, 2015 – THE 21st ANNUAL ALBERTA LABOUR LAW REVIEW (EDMONTON), LabourLawOnline Centre for Labour-Management Development, Westin Hotel Edmonton, AB. Registration Required.
- January 8, 2016 – “Mediating Member to Member Conflict” SLS Module
- January 17-22, 2016 – CLC/AFL Winter School 2016. Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge, Jasper, AB. Registration Required
- Advanced Steward Training
- Collective Bargaining
- Communication for Union Activists
- Duty to Accommodate
- Facilitator Training
- Labour History
- Labour Law
- Occupational Health & Safety
- Organizing for Success
- Parliamentary Procedures & Public Speaking
- January 20, 2016 – Human Rights in Employment Workshops @ Human Rights Commission. Registration Required.
- February/March, 2016: Edmonton & District Labour Council Annual School
- March 30, 2016 – “Conflict Resolution Skills for Stewards” SLS Module
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All CUPE Local 30 2015 Election Information can be found under the Local 30 Elections section. Polls run June 9 to 12.
Both the EPCOR and the City of Edmonton Collective Agreements have been proof read by their respective bargaining committees. We are awaiting meetings to be scheduled for the opportunity to sign the collective agreements with both Employers. As soon as the agreements have been signed, we will provide an update as to where you may pick up your copy.
Members of CUPE Local 30, representing City of Edmonton workers, are deeply moved by the loss of a colleague and friend who died April 28 from injuries sustained in a workplace accident last week.
“We are shaken and saddened,” Local 30 President Mike Scott said. “Our thoughts are with his family today.”
Scott said this is the second workplace death in the past 12 months. Earlier this year, city worker Harl Hawley passed away suddenly while working at the Grand Trunk Recreational Centre.
“An injury to one is an injury to all,” Scott said. “We must never take safety for granted, and this tragedy reminds us all of the importance of choosing safety over convenience.”
“We will work with the City of Edmonton to ensure other workers are protected,” Scott said.
“Today is a sad day for workers across the city and across our province,” Scott said.
To reach Mike Scott, please call 780-293-9621