Education Program - PEI Region - January - June 2018

Course Date and   Location Description
Application Deadline

Talking Union Basics



 9:00 am – 5:00 pm                    Location TBD

If you have wondered what it means to be a union member, how the PSAC works and what happens to your dues dollars, Talking Union Basics provides answers to these questions and more.



Respectful Workplace/Anti-Harassment

April 7-8, 2018

9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Location Charlottetown

This course will provide participants with the tools and resources to effectively deal with workplace conflict.  Participants will identify the elements that make up a respectful workplace.  They will define harassment and bullying and the impact on the workplace and workers.  The legal framework, as it pertains to policies and process, that governs harassment in the workplace will be reviewed and preventive measures will be examined.  The participants will identify formal and informal recourse routes when dealing with workplace harassment and identify effective strategies for dealing with it.      

March 26, 2018

Register Online or contact the Regional Office. (See poster)

Introduction to Being a Steward

April 14, 2018

9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Location Charlottetown

Introduce participants to the basic concepts and practices of stewarding.  The training is part of PSAC’s new series of short courses dedicated to supporting union stewards.  

New stewards will benefit from taking this course prior to taking the Grievance Handling course.

April 2, 2018

Register Online or contact the Regional Office. (See poster)


You may register for your PEI Region courses online at .

You will receive confirmation of your application and will be sent confirmation and course details closer to the event. 

If you require assistance with this process, please contact the Charlottetown Regional Office for assistance at 902-892-5481 or 1-800-409-3184 


Our online program offers union training at your own pace and time. These introductory courses provide a solid overview on a range of topics. Explore the union’s basic roles and responsibilities including the services it provides all members.

There are courses to explain PSAC’s structure and how to get involved.

There are courses about the history of the union movement to provide background and context for our ongoing struggles. We hope they inspire and motivate you to engage with your union. 




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