Residential Education & Training Programme: January 2020 – July 2020

Residential Education & Training Programme: January 2020 – July 2020

Listed below is the CWU residential education and training programme for January 2020 – July 2020 which will assist branches in making necessary arrangements for students.    

Applications for reps must be made in the normal way.

Successful applicants will not receive any paperwork until after the closing date for applications:

 

January
30 Dec – 3 Bank Holiday
6 – 10 Essential Skills Part 1
13 – 17 Employment Law Week 3
13 – 17 Occupational Health & Safety Week 3
20 – 24 Postal Agreements & Procedures
27 – 31 Advanced Skills Part 2
February
3 – 7 Introduction to Health & Safety Part 2
10 – 14 Intermediate Health & Safety Part 2
17 – 21 Essential Skills Part 2
24 – 26 Public Speaking
26 – 28 Black Members Leadership 1
March
2 – 6 Essential Skills Part 1
9 – 13 Equal Rights Part 2
9 – 13 Union Learning Reps Part 2
16 – 20 Advanced Skills Part 1
23 – 27 Employment Law Week 4
23 – 27 Occupational Health & Safety Week 4
April
30 March – 3 Essential Skills Part 2
6 – 10 Bank Holiday    
15 – 17 Bank Holiday (Monday)   Mental Health Awareness
20 – 24 Introduction To Health & Safety Part 1
27 April – 1 Essential Skills Part 1
May
6 – 7 Bank Holiday   Mandatory Fair & Equal In The CWU
11 – 15 Postal Agreements & Procedures
18 – 22 Advanced Skills Part 2
27 – 29 Bank Holiday   Chairing Meetings
27 – 29 Bank Holiday   Branch Secretaries Module 2
June
1 – 5 Intermediate Health & Safety Part 1
8 – 10 Women’s Leadership
10 – 12 Black Members Leadership 2
15 – 19 Essential Skills Part 2
22 – 26 Intermediate Health & Safety Part 2
July
29 June – 3 Introduction to Health & Safety Part 2
6 – 10 Postal Agreements & Procedures
13 – 17 Essential Skills Part 2
20 – 24 Intermediate Health & Safety Part 2
27 – 31 Introduction To Health & Safety Part 2

 

The above courses are scheduled to be held at Alvescot Lodge and may be subject to change with adequate notice

Branches are reminded that additional support can be given where students encounter learning differences. For example, if individuals are dyslexic, additional resources, formats and aids are available.

Any enquiries on the above LTB should be addressed to lwakeman@cwu.org in the first instance.

Yours sincerely,

 

Kate Hudson
Head of Equality, Education & Development

19LTB 611 – Residential Education & Training Programme – January 2020 – July 2020

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