Workshops are FREE for ONA members and CNSA students!
If you are interested in attending a workshop, please complete our Education Registration Form by the deadline date (3 weeks prior to the date of the workshop) and submit it to the appropriate District Service Team Labour Relations Assistant (DST LRA). If you are registering for any of the following workshops, please submit the form to the “Provincial” contact:
- New Bargaining Unit Presidents and New Grievance Chairs Workshop
- Hospital Contract Interpretation Workshop
- Homes Contract Interpretation Workshop
- Making it Count at Labour Management Meetings
- Making it Count at Return to Work and Accommodation Meetings
- Making it Count at Investigations and Disciplinary Meetings
|1||Sharri-Anne Chevrier Sudbury, ext.3128, SharriC@ona.org|
|2||Laura Webster Kingston, ext. 4040, email@example.com|
|3||Julia Palozzi, ext. 2802, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|4||Jennifer Cabana Windsor, ext. 5229, email@example.com|
|5||Dawn Caille Windsor, ext. 5227, DawnC@ona.org|
|Provincial||Please consult the online Workshop Calendar.|
Updated July 26, 2019
If you wish to obtain reimbursement for meals, accommodation, salary or travel (MAST) related to your attendance at a workshop, you must obtain approval from your Local prior to attending a workshop. Reimbursement for MAST is determined by your Local’s policy. Please contact your Local Coordinator for funding approval.
If you are not seeking funding for your participation in an ONA workshop, letting your Local know of your interest in ONA education is a great idea – this helps them know who in their membership is informed, could be a potential resource and who they could source for succession planning!
ONA workshops are available to non-ONA members upon invitation by the Local at a cost of $100 per person, per day.
Workshops are designed to hold 25 members. A workshop that is full will be noted as such in the Education Calendar. Coffee and tea are provided at workshops that are a half day or more in duration. Lunch is not provided. The Membership Education and Events Team is responsible for the logistics of the workshop. This includes booking the location, audio/visual equipment, coffee and tea at breaks (if applicable), and providing participant materials. It is important to register for a workshop prior to the three-week deadline date so that you are included in all of these arrangements. A late registration may result in materials not being available for you on the day of the workshop.