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Local Executive Board Training (LUEB)

Duration: 
5 Days
Prerequisite:

Must currently hold an elected or appointed position on your Local Union Executive Board.

NOTE:  All applicants must currently hold an elected or appointed position on their Local Union Executive Board, i.e. President, Vice-President, Financial Secretary, Recording Secretary, Trustee, Sergeant-at-Arms, Guide, Retired Workers Chapter, Member at Large (if they have a vote).

Having a local union executive equipped with the skills to do their work is important, but especially so as we take on some of the challenges currently facing Unifor members across the country.

In this week-long program we’ll explore the duties and responsibilities of executive board members, consider various aspects of leadership and address membership involvement.

This program uses new approaches to education that are designed to engage, challenge and motivate new and seasoned leadership.  In-class discussions and workshops will compliment panel presentations and guest speakers on key aspects of Executive Board duties.  Unifor leadership and staff specialists will lead workshops on important issues facing the union.

Whether you’re a new or seasoned local union Executive Board member, this course will provide an opportunity to learn more about your role and responsibilities, connect and share experiences with leadership from across the country on our struggles as a union and the key challenges we are facing – don’t miss this unique opportunity!

Don’t see this course in your region?

For one-day and three-day courses, you can make a local union request by contacting the Education Department at areacourses@unifor.org or 416-718-8489. Please note that one-week courses only take place at our Unifor Education Centre in Port Elgin, ON.

For more courses in the Quebec region, please visit www.uniforquebec.org or contact the Education Department in Quebec at education@uniforquebec.org or 514-389-9223