Organiser Pathway Level 3 - Organising for Change


Organising for Change is the third level of the ATUI’s Organiser Pathway – a pathway designed to equip organisers with the practical skills they need to excel in the vital role they play within the movement.

About this course:


Organising for Change is the third level of the ATUI’s Organiser Pathway – a pathway designed to equip organisers with the practical skills they need to excel in the vital role they play within the movement.

This course is an opportunity for organisers with at least 2-3 years’ experience to develop critical thinking ability as a means to lead the implementation of systemic improvements in the workplace.

Understand how the Work, Health and Safety system makes is a useful framework to identify and implement systemic workplace and improvements, and how WHS legislation provides the foundation for cultivating equity and diversity at work.

The training is fully-accessible online, run in three blocks of training for a total of 8 4-hour sessions.

Course Audience:

Organisers

Course Delivery:

8 days via zoom or 6 days in person

Course Cost:

$660 via zoom or $1265 in person (incld GST)

Digital Badge:

Yes - Digital badge awarded upon completion

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Learning Outcomes:


By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Apply frameworks used to analyse power, behaviour, systems and ideas;
  • Discuss the purpose and power of health and safety representatives, both from an organising and a WHS perspective;
  • Research, assess and establish union WHS structures;
  • Build effective workplace organising committees that maximise the effectiveness of diversity in a workforce;
  • Articulate the role of unions compared to competing stakeholders and explain their position in the overarching context of the economy;
  • Develop campaign strategies that can be effective across a range of contexts;
  • Demonstrate a sound understanding of how social media can be used to effectively communicate, network and mobilise; and
  • Develop workplace leaders’ capacity to build unity in the face of division.