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B.C. GOVERNMENT AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES' UNION
2020 CLC Winter School
January 12, 2020 to February 14, 2020 - Harrison Hot Springs Resort

All member information is personal and confidential and is only used for the express purpose of administering the business of the union.        Once registration closes, you will be notified if your application was successful.

NOTICE OF DELEGATE FORM


Are you a young worker?
Are you a member of an equity group? (Please identify)


First Name: Last Name:
Component: Local:
Mailing Address: Postal Code:
City:
Phone / Home: Work: Cell:
Email Address:
Emergency Contact: Emergency Phone Number:
Employer:    


Leave of Absence Information:
Travel and/or Conference sessions may take place during your regular working hours or shifts, therefore, we must have the necessary details of your work day and/or shift.

To determine whether a G3 day of rest is applicable:
Are you scheduled to work on Saturday?

Yes No
Do you work a regular pattern that includes the same days off each week (eg. Monday to Friday with Saturday and Sunday off)? If yes, please list regular days off:

Week 1: January 12 - 17
1st 2nd Course Preference
Building Psychologically Healthy Workplaces
Collective Bargaining Level 1
Facing Management Effectively
Labour Arbitration Level 1
Mental Health First Aid
Parliamentary Procedure & Public Speaking
Transforming Conflict into Union Activism
Women in Leadership
Week 2: January 19 - 24
1st 2nd Course Preference
Facing Management Effectively
Human Rights: An Introduction
Introduction to Labour Economics
Return to Work (Duty to Accomodate)
Women's Health & Safety in the Workplace
Workers' Compensation Level 1
Workers' Compensation Level 2
Week 3: January 26 - 31
1st 2nd Course Preference
Building Psychologically Healthy Workplaces
Collective Bargaining Level 1
Collective Bargaining Level 2
Facing Management Effectively
Health and Safety Level 2
Member Engagement - Member Action
Parliamentary Procedure & Public Speaking
Week 4: February 2 - 7
1st 2nd Course Preference
Arbitration: To Go or Not to Go?
Facing Management Effectively
Federal Labour Law
Investigating Bullying and Harassment
Labour Arbitration Level 1
Labour Arbitration Level 2
Labour Community Advocate Level 1
Mental Health First Aid
Provincial Labour Law
Week 5: February 9 - 14
1st 2nd Course Preference
A Path to Reconciliation: Standing in Solidarity with Indigenous Peoples
Benefits Bargaining
Bullying and Harassment
Collective Bargaining Level 1
Facing Management Effectively
Investigating Bullying and Harassment
Unions in the Community
Young Workers in Action
Have you taken the necessary prerequisite? If so, please give details.  
Why do you want to take these courses?  
BCGEU current and previous Activist position(s) held:  
Other Union / Labour courses taken:  

Dates Shift Times # of Hours
[e.g.: From: 8:30 am To: 4:30 pm 7.5]
Sunday From: To:
Monday From: To:
Tuesday From: To:
Wednesday From: To:
Thursday From: To:
Friday From: To:
Shift Premium # hrs


Accommodation: Harrison Hot Springs Resort: 100 Esplanade Ave. Harrison Hot Springs. Tel:(604) 796-2244 The hotel will require a credit card imprint or cash advance when you check-in to guarantee your incidentals. If you do not have a credit card, please contact the Conventions Department at HQ to make alternate arrangements.
Accommodation is required for:Sunday
 yes
 no 
Accommodation is required for:Monday
 yes
 no 
Accommodation is required for:Tuesday
 yes
 no 
Accommodation is required for:Wednesday
 yes
 no 
Accommodation is required for:Thursday
 yes
 no 
Accommodation is required for:Friday
 yes
 no 

I will be bringing my spouse:
Name of my spouse:


Free child care is available for children of eligible delegates. An eligible delegate is a single parent, a parent NOT accompanied by a spouse/companion, or where BOTH parents are delegates.

If childcare is required, please supply appropriate information below:
Name of Dependant Child Age


Special Needs:
Dietary Restrictions
(Please note allergies/restrictions and not preferences):
 yes     no    
Environmental Allergies
(eg. feather pillows, perfumes):
 yes     no    
Interpretive Requirements:
 yes     no    
Access / Mobility Requirements:
 yes     no    
Other Special Requirements:
 yes     no    

Headquarters Information:
I will require a Travel Advance including Dependent Family Care: (75% of anticipated expenses" as per Provincial Executive Policy G-10, "Advances")  yes     no


Please note the following from the Financial Manual, Article 9.7(d):
"Members who choose to use their private vehicle instead of the available public transportation may claim for such travel at the rate determined by the Provincial Executive upon the recommendation of the Finance Committee, providing that such claim may not exceed the cost of public transportation available. Such claims are not chargeable by a passenger when the driver of the vehicle is already reimbursed or otherwise paid by the Union for such travel. The distance travelled and destination points are to be indicated on the expense claim form under such circumstances, no expenses are chargeable for any salary, accommodation, meal or incidental costs incurred that would not have been incurred had the available public transportation been utilized" (i.e., should you elect to drive versus fly and it results in additional leave-time, the Union will not pay for the additional leave or accommodation).
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS ON WHETHER IT IS CHEAPER TO FLY OR DRIVE PLEASE CONTACT THE CONVENTIONS DEPARTMENT AT BCGEU HEADQUARTERS - (604) 291-9611 OR 1-800-663-1674 OR VIA E-MAIL: Conventions@bcgeu.ca.

Reminders:
  • All flight arrangements must be made through our on-site agent and you will need to quote Purchase Order No. 122494-08 No reimbursement will be made for flights purchased from an airline directly or booked by a travel agency.

  • Please note the following from the Financial Manual, Article 9.7(a) Travel Expenses: "A member/representative will be reimbursed for the actual cost incurred for travel by public transportation. Receipts must be attached to the expense claim form."


Understanding the above, I will:
Drive            # kilometers           Fly
I will require parking:
yes     no
There is a shuttle bus available to Harrison Hot Springs from downtown Vancouver. Will you require bus transportation:
yes     no



PLEASE NOTE: As per P.E. Policy A-21, in consideration of those who have allergies or sensitivities to perfume and other fragrances, please refrain from wearing scented products and perfume. Your cooperation is appreciated.

THIS FORM MUST BE COMPLETED AND RECEIVED AT
UNION HEADQUARTERS
4911 Canada Way, Burnaby, BC, V5G 3W3
Attention: Conventions Department

NO LATER THAN NOVEMBER 15, 2019