Wagga Wagga Delegates Training - Public Service Association

Wagga Wagga Delegates Training

Wagga Wagga Delegates Training – May 2016 (PDF version)

This is an invitation to members who wish to learn more about the PSA and the important role workplace contacts provide. We are proud to offer a one-day training course on the “Role of the Delegate” at Wagga Wagga on 10 May 2016.

Course outline:

This course discusses the role of active members: organising skills, recruitment, working with issues, union values and involvement.

You do not need to be a delegate to participate. Any member can learn from this course and everyone is welcome to apply.

Nominations for this course are now open and all interested members are encouraged to apply as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

To enrol please follow this link.


These courses are available at no charge to PSA members. Non-members wishing to attend our training will need to submit an application form first CLICK HERE.

Participants are responsible for their own travel and other costs incurred in attending training.


The training venue will be advised shortly.

Special needs

If you have a disability and/or special needs, please contact the PSA training staff at the time of your enrolment.

Special leave for Trade Union Training (as per the Crown employees (Public Service Conditions of Employment) Award 2009


Courses organised and conducted by the Trade Union Education Foundation or by the Association or a training provider nominated by the Association. A maximum of 12 working days in any period of 2 years applies to this training and is subject to:

(a)   The operating requirements of the workplace permitting the grant of leave and the absence not requiring employment of relief staff;

(b)   Payment being at the base rate, i.e. excluding extraneous payments such as shift allowances/penalty rates, overtime, etc;

(c)   All travelling and associated expenses being met by the staff member or the Association;

(d)   Attendance being confirmed in writing by the Association or a nominated training provider.

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