A suite of new clinics covering a range of topics, delivered by subject matter experts


Learning Clinics are delivered online by subject matter experts in collaboration with the ATUI Educators. Clinics combine presentations and facilitated discussion from our expert practitioners along with interactive problem-solving activities, enabling practical application to the workplace.

Each clinic comprises of 4 x 90-minute sessions, once a week, over four weeks.

There are no prerequisites to register for clinics and all union staff and workplace activists alike are welcome to enrol.



In this clinic, you’ll discover strategies and proven techniques to enhance member engagement and boost retention rates. Based on strategies used effectively by unions and ACTU Insights research, you’ll learn how to build strong and lasting connections with union members, ensuring their continued support, active participation, and life-long membership.

This clinic will make sure your recruitment efforts have a lasting impact on your union’s growth and success.


Session 1 | 25 June | 12:00pm to 1:30pm
Session 2 | 2 July | 12:00pm to 1:30pm
Session 3 | 9 July | 12:00pm to 1:30pm
Session 4 | 16 July | 12:00pm to 1:30pm


Cost: $150


Enrolment for this clinic is full. Submit an Expression of Interest by emailing [email protected].



In this clinic, you will learn how to research cases and identify relevant precedent to help you build a case theory and a coherent legal argument. The clinic will also explore application of the rules of evidence and teach you how to prepare for hearings including taking witness statements. Finally, the clinic will cover effective cross–examination techniques.


Session 1 | 3 September | 12:00pm to 1:30pm
Session 2 | 10 September | 12:00pm to 1:30pm
Session 3 | 17 September | 12:00pm to 1:30pm
Session 4 | 24 September | 12:00pm to 1:30pm


Cost: $150


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Multi-employer bargaining has the potential to achieve stronger outcomes for workers and our movement. Operating in new bargaining contexts is an opportunity to grow and build our members’ power and rights at work. As unionists, we will need to consider new ways of working, to be prepared to work in larger, and more distributed organising contexts.

This clinic will explore how we best use our internal resources as organisers and build our activist structures to be adaptive to challenges. Multi-employer bargaining poses new opportunities to bring delegates into strategy building and consider how we can allow for worksite autonomy and democracy while uniting on centralised strategy to strengthen our organising in the face of new challenges.


Session 1 | 8 October | 12:00pm to 1:30pm
Session 2 | 15 October | 12:00pm to 1:30pm
Session 3 | 22 October | 12:00pm to 1:30pm
Session 4 | 29 October | 12:00pm to 1:30pm


Cost: $150


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30 April –  21 May


This clinic covered industrial relations reform in relation to family and domestic violence (FDV) and sexual harassment, and the objects of the Fair Work Act 2009, and explored the organising opportunities presented by gender equity reform.

It also looked at the impacts of trauma, how to identify indicators of trauma and how to provide a trauma-informed response to disclosures of FDV and sexual harassment, including developing workplace plans and appropriate referral services.


Expert presenters:

Karen Willis OAM, Gender Equity Officer, Unions NSW

Keely Tobin, ACTU Senior Industrial Officer, Organising and Bargaining Support

Sascha Peldova-McClelland, ACTU Senior Legal and Industrial Officer