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Next camp set for Jan. 13 in Fridley
EdCamps are organic, participant-driven professional learning experiences. Everyone is welcome to propose and lead a session at this free PD event!
Registration process now open
Sign up today for a three-day course designed to shape and train our union leaders of tomorrow! The 2018 program runs June 19-12 at the College of St. Benedict.
Date: January 09, 2018 07:00 PM
Contact: Becky McCammon
Location: St. Paul Federation of Teachers office23 Empire Drive, St Paul
This three-day training on deepening peacekeeping circle facilitation skills will focus on circles for conflict, difficult conversations and complex situations. Topics will include: awareness of self in relationship to circle keeping; preparation for conflict circles; designing effective questions; strategies for finding consensus; responding to difficult challenges in circle; using multiple modalities in circle; self-care; interests of the group. Basic training in facilitating circles or experience as a circle facilitator is required.
The registration fee for the three-day training is $250. Please contact Becky McCammon to register.
Host: The St. Paul Federation of Teachers Teaching & Learning Center
Date: January 10, 2018 07:00 PM
Date: January 11, 2018 07:00 PM
Date: January 12, 2018 06:00 PM
Contact: Monica Sturm, 320-253-2530
Location: Prairie Bay Grill & Catering15115 Edgewood Drive, Baxter
Member Rights Advocacy (MRA) Parts I & II
One of the indicators of a strong local is a diverse team of knowledgeable, well-trained elected and appointed leaders. That includes Member Rights Advocates, who deal directly with members to address their concerns, resolve their problems and enforce our contracts.
MRA I: This session explores the fundamentals of advocacy, valuing member concerns and managing conflict. The Advocacy Model is introduced (five hours).
MRA II: This session covers investigating an issue, informal problem-solving techniques and organizing as alternatives to more formal avenues such as grievances or legal proceedings (five hours).
Learn more here.
Host: Central Area Council
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