Campaigning is about a group of people working together to deliver a common goal.
The local campaign skills course will teach activists how to research, plan and deliver a campaign in their workplace or community to achieve their objectives.
Some of the areas that will be addressed are:
- How to identify an issue that can be addressed by a collective,
- How to research the types of change that can be achieved,
- How to plan the phases of a campaign,
- Managing the workload (sharing tasks)
- Communications to campaign supporters
If you want to make a difference in your workplace but are not sure how to go about doing it then this course may be of benefit to you.
Will you be paid?
Yes! Our Enterprise Agreements enable AEU members to access up to 15 days Industrial Leave per year to engage in AEU training. If you are permanent, permanent part-time or working in a temporary position then the Education & Training Directorate or TAFE will continue to pay you. If you are working as a day-to-day casual relief teacher then the AEU will pay for any work that you were booked to do but were unable to take up due to your participation in this course.
Speak to AEU ACT Lead Organiser, Andy Jennings (62727900, firstname.lastname@example.org).
40 Brisbane Ave
Barton, ACT 2600
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