Branch Equality Coordinators and Branch Self Organised Groups Officers training for new and untrained officers

You will be required to attend this first date, which will cover the elements that are common to all of the equality branch roles.

Wednesday 7 July from 10am – 4pm  (online)

This is then followed by one day dedicated to each of the roles.
The dates for the specific roles are then as follows;

14 July – Branch Equality Coordinators

21 July – Branch Women’s Officers

29 July – Branch Black Members Officers

4 Aug – Branch Disabled Members Officers

All of the sessions from 10am – 4pm (online)

 Branch LGBT+ training was held nationally in April and we are not intending to hold it in the region at the moment. If any LGBT+ Branch Officers are looking for any training or mentoring, please email southwestLGBTplus@unison.co.uk
For more information and to apply go to the link below:

Everyone is entitled to be treated with dignity and respect. The ability to live and work without prejudice is a fundamental right.One of UNISON’s main aims is to help workers fight for fairness and equality in the workplace and beyond. Challenging discrimination and winning equality is at the heart of everything UNISON does.

Besides the right not to be discriminated against or bullied, fair treatment also includes equal working conditions and pay.

Self-organised groups

Self-organised groups (SOGs) operate at all levels of the union. If you’re in one or more of the SOGs, this can be a great way to get involved in UNISON and start making a difference in your workplace.

In the region we have committees for each SOG that are elected annually from its membership.

UNISON members in the South West set the priorities for the campaigns and education work of our regional self-organised groups, as well as making sure we are living up to our values as a union.