Turtle Island Training – Two Day Course

NOTE: This course has been moved to the Heritage Inn in Moose Jaw, It begins at 10:30 am on the 21st and it is a 2 day session. Successful applicants will be notified in early June. 

The Aboriginal Committee together with the Education department are pleased to be offering a new course for SEIU-West Members.

We will be accepting 30 participants to attend this two day training opportunity.

The course is available to any member, steward, union leader or activist in your unit. Please share this information widely with your membership as we want to fill our class!

This course is designed for non-Aboriginal workers who want to learn more about Aboriginal Issues and who want to work in solidarity with their First Nations and Metis brothers and sisters.

Issues to be discussed include history, spirituality, creating a representative workforce and opening the union to aboriginal activists.

This course will provide a comfortable and supportive environment in which to explore your attitudes, ideas and questions.

Both non-Aboriginal and Aboriginal workers are welcome to enroll in this class.

How to apply:

  • Read the memo about about Turtle Island
  • Complete both the Registration Form and Expression of Interest Form
  • Return both completed forms to Darlene Shawchuk via fax 1-877-221-2212 or scan and email completed forms to darlene.shawchuk@seiuwest.ca by no later than June 1, 2016.

Related Documents (printable PDFs):

REGISTRATION FORM-Turtle Island June 21 22 2016

Turtle Island invite to unit chairs

Event and Conference Expression of Interest Form

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