Labour Community Advocate Level 1

Course Code : 3LCA1

The Labour Community Advocate (formerly Union Counselling) Program is a Canadian Labour Congress training program delivered by Labour Programs and Services staff and funded through the United Way Centraide. This program provides participants with information about the social issues faced by working people and the resources available in their community.

Participants are trained in communication skills, interviewing and referral techniques so they can assist union members to find the appropriate resources. The Labour Community Advocate Training helps workers to find effective solutions and community support for issues outside the scope of their collective agreements. Labour Community Advocates are often the first contact for co-workers with problems and are a valuable resource within any union.
There is a scholarship available for this course through the B.C. Federation of Labour, in partnership with the Victoria Labour Council. Interested applicants should contact the BCFED or download the scholarship information package and application form from our website:


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2022/01/30 0:00 - 2022/02/04 0:00
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