EPSU is part of a project – Our digital future – run by PSI which is offering training on digitalisation and collective bargaining in three afternoon sessions on 26 January and 2 and 9 February. The sessions will cover new tools developed as part of the project including a digital bargaining hub with information from collective agreements, a guide to negotiating data rights and an online tool on co-governing algorithmic systems. EPSU and PSI affiliates can register here before 5 January 2023. For further information contact Richard Pond - [email protected]. The ETUI and ETUC are also organising a workshop on implementing the cross-sector agreement on digitalisation. There will be two online morning sessions on 13 and 14 February 2023. Currently the main languages on offer are English, French and Bulgarian but a fourth language might be available depending on demand. There will be a maximum of 30 participants. Registration is here by 3 February at the latest. There will be a €10 charge for participation. For further information contact Carine Boon - [email protected] - or Valerica Dumitrescu - [email protected].
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EPSU has launched a training project on digitalisation and collective bargaining with financial support from the European Commission. The consultants Ecorys/wmp will be providing the training in five regional seminars beginning in Bucharest on 24-25 September. The five seminars will be open to all EPSU affiliates and full details in 19 languages are available on the EPSU website.
EPSU is running a series of training seminars this year and next to provide support for affiliates who are facing up to the challenges of digitalisation. The five regional seminars will be open to all EPSU affiliates with a focus on participants who are involved in collective bargaining. The first seminar will take place in Bucharest on 24-25 September, followed by one in Lisbon on 19-20 November. Further details (in 19 languages) of the training project which is receiving financial support from the European Commission can be found on the EPSU website. The invitations to the first seminar will