2 Day Non Residential Course
Monday 7 & Tuesday 8 November 2016 – Derby
Tuesday 7 & Wednesday 8 March 2017 – Derby
Tuesday 7 February to Wednesday 8 February 2017 Southampton
Tuesday 28 February to Wednesday 1 March 2017 Maidstone
Tuesday 21 March to Wednesday 22 March 2017 Slough
Monday 7 & Tuesday 8 November 2016 – Salford
Tuesday 14 & Wednesday 15 February 2017 – Preston
Monday 30 & Tuesday 31 January 2017 – West Bromwich
Monday 13 & Tuesday 14 February 2017 – Coventry
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As part of Unite in Health strategy for organising, educating and equipping our members to win in their workplace and campaign in their communities for a public, well -funded and effective NHS. The Union has opened bookings for an updated fresh New Times in the NHS training for Autumn 2016 and Winter 2017.
This will be a 2 day course and is open to health sector workplace representatives and activists covering the following topics help reps develop new skills to deal with the rapidly changing and challenging NHS environment:
- Dealing with the Change and Challenges of the current NHS landscape
- Project planning
- The Organising approach
- Representation and advocacy in a changing NHS
- Negotiating Skills
- Developing wider networks within and beyond the Labour Movement
- Building Campaigns by working with new media
The course will begin at 9.30am in the morning and will continue till 4.30pm each day.
As an accredited trade union representatives your employer will give you paid time off to attend union training and education courses. If you have difficulty obtaining release to attend, please do tell your Regional Officer. Unite the Union, either through your branch or your Region, will pay reasonable travel expenses for you to attend these courses.
Please note: you can only attend the training course in your own Unite the Union Region of work.
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