Newly elected staff representatives must always undergo professional training to understand and study the basics of the knowledge they need to know. It is important to know how to choose the training and the best courses that will make them competent. There are pre-service training courses available, so it is crucial to follow through with a program that meets expectations.
It is necessary to learn how to negotiate
The right to SSC (or Social and Economic Committee) training is very important for elected staff members. Training has become an obligation to be able to speak for the workers, it is important that they know how to negotiate. The training of the trainees is based on the acquisition of the knowledge necessary for their missions. It is important to learn the methodologies of negotiation. Training can provide the credibility that negotiators must have in order to have constructive discussions. Elected staff members must have the qualities required for exchanges. Without knowledge of negotiation, it is impossible to negotiate. The length of the training varies depending on the trainer. A minimum of one week is required. For more information, please visit the specialized sites or the DARE YOUR RIGHTS blog.
Economic, social and union training is required
Professional training is required for those who are elected by the staff. Elected staff members can benefit from a training leave in order to be able to train and learn the missions required of them. A request must be made to the mail at least 30 days in advance before the beginning of the training. Knowledge of economics is very important so that they can fight for the materials or earnings needed. It is important to be sociable, as they need to be in communication with many people, politeness and courtesy are learned. It is important to get training, it is an obligation and not a request.
Training is an obligation
The SSCT (or Health, Safety and Working Conditions) requires training for elected staff members. There are trainers who work in training organizations to learn the skills necessary for collective benefit and social law. The trainers can be lawyers, accountants, or attorneys. These are basic courses for works council representatives. It is important to choose a specialized training organization. The organization must issue certificates that mark the learning and attendance during the training.