Steward Series 2: Working Strategically Through Conflict & Stewards as Allies for Racial Justice – Victoria

February 10, 2024

9:00 AM - 4:30 PM

PSAC Victoria Regional Office, Suite 202 – 503 Park Place

Facilitator: Nielene Chand

These two modules will help build skills for Stewards when representing members in the workplace:

Workshop (AM) Working Strategically Through Conflict;

  • To recognize when conflict emerges
  • To develop an understanding of how to strategically deal with conflict as a Steward
  • To practice dealing with conflict as a Steward 

Workshop (PM) Stewards as Allies for Racial Justice

  • Be able to talk about racism with increased ease and confidence
  • Have a deeper understanding of racism, how it operates, and its impact
  • Be able to recognize obvious and subtle expressions of racism
  • Be clear on the role of stewards as allies for racial justice
  • Be equipped with tools and strategies to address racism and promote racial justice
  • Know how to intervene when racism occurs

Apply for this course below. Application deadline is January 25, 2024.

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PSAC members who belong to the following groups are invited to self-identify. This information is voluntary and kept confidential and will be used for the purposes of supporting our equity initiatives and programs. Please check all that apply.
A racially visible person in Canada is non-white in colour or race, regardless of place of birth.
For equity purposes, “person with disabilities” means persons who experience barriers arising from impairments of a physical, mental, sensory, psychiatric or learning nature.

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