Negotiation is a skill central to the role of any trade union representative. This activity-based course teaches the theory and practice of negotiation in a structured, practical way. Research into successful negotiating strategies is drawn upon and will inform discussions and activities.
The course allows NASUWT members to practice and develop negotiating skills in a safe and supportive environment.
Those who have completed Working Together (Stage 2), or who are actively engaged in negotiation at either Local Association or Federation level, are eligible to apply for a place on these courses. The course usually needs a minimum of six participants.