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April 8, 2015

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Survey on training for K-12 support staff now online

The Support Staff Education and Adjustment Committee (SSEAC) is sponsoring an online survey of K-12 support staff training needs and interests.

Please participate in the survey to let us know what kinds of training and upgrading options would be useful to you.

CUPE K-12 members can fill in the survey by going to this link:

The survey takes about 15 minutes to complete.  Results will be tabulated for the SSEAC meeting next month and a final report will be sent to all CUPE K-12 locals.

SSEAC is a joint committee with union and employer representation that is working to support the development and maintenance of a qualified and sustainable support staff workforce in K-12 public education.

Thanks for letting us know about your training experiences and needs.


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