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National Reps Training Seminar 2011, 12-14 May 2011, Norwich

21 January 2011

There are just four weeks left for you to apply for a place at NRTS 2011. If you have already applied, great! If not (and you are a rep), you are invited to apply. For information on how to apply, see the enclosed guidance notes. Please note that places are strictly limited.

Applications must be received by Friday 18 February 2011. Late applications will not be considered.

Any rep that is elected to be a delegate to Annual Conference will automatically be offered a place at NRTS 2011 if their the branch ensures that the delegates form is received at Head Office no later than Friday 18 February 2011.

All applications, successful or not, will be responded to by 18 March 2011. Successful applicants will be contacted with joining instructions.
Previous seminars have been a great success, and the reps that attended clearly enjoyed the events, and found the sessions thought provoking and very useful.

Massive cuts in public spending are now hitting public services, public transport and our members hard. This will pose many challenges to TSSA members and their reps. NRTS 2011 will address the need for a collective union response to those challenges, drawing upon the ability of union members to work together to organise around the key issues. It will also address the need to run campaigns that are effective in defending public transport and public services, including those that work in them and those that use them.

The programme will again be an exciting and stimulating one, aiming to give you a new perspective on your role. Issues and problems in one workplace are often found in others, and the seminar will look at how reps can work together with others both inside and outside TSSA to their mutual benefit.

This is an opportunity to meet TSSA colleagues working for other employers, share information and experiences, and learn about being a more effective rep.

Don’t miss out – apply today!

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