CPSU NSW training: Stronger together through education

There are lots of ways to get active in your union. One of those is to come along to PSA/CPSU NSW training.

Union training is a valuable tool to empower members and delegates to build power in their workplaces and achieve good and effective resolutions to workplace issues.

There are spots available for the two-day Delegate and Workplace Leader Course being held on 22 and 23 November that will be held at PSA House, 160 Clarence Street, Sydney.

This course explores the importance of unions, history and the values that underpin them. You will develop your skills utilising tools such as mapping, recruitment conversations and problem-solving frameworks to build power.

You will leave with:

  • A clear sense of what your role is and how you contribute to the overall goals of the union in growing big and building power.
  • The ability and confidence to sign-up new members and handle objections about joining the union
  • Confidence to deal with members issues
  • An ability to empower and build confidence in other members about the PSA
  • Knowledge to build capacity in the workplace through mapping
  • knowledge of union structures and history
  • An ability to be able to run workplace meetings and set up structures.


Most PSA/CPSUNSW members are entitled to Special Leave to attend union training. Please check your Award or Enterprise Agreement for details.