A follow-up course for PCS members and reps who have already attended the Stage 1 training course.
Workers' self-defence starts with getting unionised at work. This section includes material on the trade union struggles and issues I am involved in and/or urge you to support!
It's our annual meet
to judge how you've conformed
So please take a seat
- how have you performed?
Your targets aren't SMART
and it's really a shame
That you didn't take part
in our team-building game
Your goals are alright
but you soon come a-cropper
You're quite impolite
to our mystery shopper
Janine will be tutoring this week-long residential course at the union's National Education Centre in Doncaster.
If you are an RMT member and would like to attend, please contact your branch secretary.
Janine will be tutoring this two-day course for RMT reps and members in the South East and London Transport regions.
Details to folllow.
Venue: PCS headquarters, Clapham Junction.
If you are a PCS member interested in this event, please contact the regional office.
A free, fully-funded, week-long residential course for RMT members and reps at the union's National Education Centre in Doncaster, looking at issues facing autistic workers and how trade unionists can fight against discrimination and for equality..
A new short book (40 pages + cover), written by Janine Booth and published by Workers' Liberty.
In 1919, inspired by the Bolshevik revolution in Russia, British workers took more strike action than ever before. But communists in Britain had still not formed a united party. Labour's representation in Parliament was weak.
Throughout this week, Janine and other RMT activists will be visiting workplaces and carrying out other activities to make London's disabled transport workers more aware of their rights - and of the importance of getting involved in the union to enforce those rights.
For more details, email Janine.
Ever wondered why only 16% of autistic adults have a full-time job?
He worked alone, not a team player
Not a keeper or a stayer
Didn’t fit in, not really our sort
Talked about boring stuff not sport
We had to let him go