Based on recommendations from the District Black, Indigenous and Workers of Colour committee, the District and Bargaining Units are seeking interested Black, Indigenous and Racialized Members to participate in anti-harassment officer training and act as anti-harassment officers for District General Meetings and various Bargaining Unit meetings (depending on your Bargaining Unit).
The anti-harassment officer acts as an ombudsperson for each meeting and is responsible for responding to any complaints that may arise based on the District and Bargaining Unit anti-harassment policies, and for implementing the resolution and complaints process, if necessary.
If you complete the training you are agreeing that you may be appointed to act as an anti-harassment officer for General Meetings and Bargaining Unit meetings.
Please note – this training is only for Black, Indigenous and Racialized Members.
The training will be held remotely. Details about how to access the meeting will be emailed to those who register.
Please complete the form below to register for the training no later than Friday March 12, 2021 at 5:00pm.