Organiser Pathway Level 1 - Organising Foundations


Organising Foundations is the first 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 Foundations is the first 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.

Run in two blocks of 3-day training, you will have the opportunity as a new organiser to build your fundamental knowledge and skills. Acquire the planning skills you need to identify and develop workplace representatives, just as you hone your knowledge of industrial law, as well as your communication and recruiting skills.

There are face-to-face sessions available throughout the year in Brisbane, Perth, Sydney and Melbourne. Or if you are unable to attend these, online training is also available.

Course Audience:

Organisers

Course Delivery:

8 days via zoom or 7 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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Upcoming Training Dates

Brisbane

Course start: 05/07/2022 9:00 am

Course end: 04/11/2022 5:00 pm

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Online via zoom (class times are in AEST)

Course start: 01/08/2022 1:00 pm

Course end: 25/08/2022 5:00 pm

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Perth

Course start: 19/07/2022 9:00 am

Course end: 11/08/2022 5:00 pm

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Online via zoom (class times are in AEST)

Course start: 16/08/2022 1:00 pm

Course end: 07/09/2022 5:00 pm

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Sydney

Course start: 25/10/2022 9:00 am

Course end: 11/11/2022 5:00 pm

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Learning Outcomes:


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

  • Articulate and discuss the values and purpose of unionism;
  • Critically assess interests and power at the workplace level;
  • Take part in conversations about power at the industry, national and international levels;
  • Undertake the steps needed to organise a workplace;
  • Conduct effective and strategic mapping and analysis;
  • Develop and implement a robust organising plan;
  • Describe and demonstrate the steps in a structured organising conversation;
  • Make use of strategies for effective objection handling;
  • Plan and develop member leadership and build organisation;
  • Identify and analyse key issues around which to organise; and
  • Run effective meetings with members.