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The ACTU and ATUI are coordinating a comprehensive IR Law Education program, including face-to-face and online education, as well as national events that bring the movement together as a whole. The goal is simple: to understand how we can use the ‘Secure Jobs, Better Pay’ legislation to aid the vital work we do day in day out supporting our members. By collaborating and building a shared understanding of the new laws, we can and will grow our unions and win generation-defining change for workers.
In the face of falling union density and the pressures of everyday organising, it often feels like we are treading water when it comes to union growth. Every union member has a vital role to play, which is why it’s so important for organisers to take the time to transfer their knowledge, confidence and skills to union members.
Researching and presenting a submission is a skill that can be learnt, like any other. This course caters to officials who need to present matters to the Fair Work Commission or other industrial tribunals. You will learn a step-by-step approach that will provide guidance at every stage of the process, from initial research to presenting – ensuring you will be the most effective advocate possible.
Negotiation skills are a critical tool for industrial officers and key to building power in workplaces. Gain the skills to win change for workers both at the negotiating table and beyond.
The Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety (WHS) is a nationally accredited program, which equips you with a practical WHS tool kit, based on a proactive and preventative approach to workplace health and safety from a union perspective.
The Certificate of Executive Management and Development comprises core modules, electives and masterclasses purposefully contextualised for Union Leader needs, equipping them with the practical skills and capabilities to lead in an accelerating and complex world.
Climate change is a workplace issue. It affects us all. This course is all about providing you practical strategies to both climate-proof your workplace – in alignment with WHS legislation – and to take a more active role in climate change campaigns, particularly campaigns for a just energy transition.
Become a more effective delegate as you represent the interests of workers in your workplace. This course is built for those embarking on a role as a delegate for the first time. Gain the practical skills and knowledge you need, as well as the confidence these skills entail, in order to effectively represent workers’ interests.
Economics for Unionists provides a grounding in the fundamentals of economic theory and policy from a unionist’s perspective. Enhance your understanding of major economic concepts and arguments, theories of labour in the economy, and alternative approaches to economic policy.
This course is all about exploring pragmatic ways to build worker voices in global supply chains. You will have the opportunity to extend your understanding of how global supply chains operate, including the gaps and weaknesses in existing regulatory frameworks – contextualised within the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the importance of modern slavery and human rights due diligence legislation.