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Closed Enrollment.  This course for CWA employees summarizes what is AFGE, what is my role and responsibility as a new employee, and how AFGE works with CWA employees.

Closed Enrollment. This course is only accessible to closed cohort classes. The purpose of the course is to provide trainers with access to the most updated instructor training materials.  Participants who have completed the LEAD train-the-trainer program may access this area to retrieve electronic versions of our materials and guides.

Self Registration.  This is a self-paced course is designed to explain your legal right to bargain collectively under 5 U.S.C. Chapter 71.  Upon successful completion of the quizzes at the end of each module, participants will be awarded a Bargaining Essentials badge in their personal profile in AFGE Learn.

What you will learn:

  • Key terms and concepts integral to the bargainer's role and responsibilities under Title 5.
  • The rules and requirements of collective bargaining under 5 U.S.C. Chapter 71
  • Common legal strategies used in federal collective bargaining

Closed Enrollment. This course is only accessible to closed cohort classes.  Included are online resources for the The Mentorship Institute's Each One Teach One Program.

Self Registration.  This self-paced course is designed to provide Local officers with essential knowledge needed to perform the duties and responsibilities required by the law. This course will highlight key components, such as reporting and maintaining financial records. The objective of  Essentials Training is to familiarize new officers with the fiduciary duties and legal requirements associated with their position.

What you will learn:

  • Your role as defined by the AFGE National Constitution, the LMRDA and the IRS.
  • The importance of safeguarding Local assets.
  • The key individuals you must report to, to ensure compliance.
  • How to navigate the LM system and file the IRS Form 990.

Self-Registration.  This self-paced courses provides an introduction to Federal Employees about their rights and responsibilities regarding health and safety, as established by Executive Order 12196 and 29 CFR, Part 1960.

Self Registration.  This is a self-paced training course designed to acquaint you with the creation of AFGE, its mission, and its historical struggles and victories through the years.

Closed Enrollment.  This course is only accessible to closed cohort classes.   2018 National LEAD Training Conference from March 5th through the 9th, 2018. Hosted by National Vice President George McCubbin from District 12 and National Vice President Gerald Swanke from District 11.

Self Registration.  This is a self-paced training course designed to acquaint local leaders with roles and responsibilities of elected officers and provide general information and resources needed to begin the process of building a strong and effective local.  What you will learn: AFGE Structure and History, Legal Duties and responsibilities under the LMRDA and CSRA, and Fiduciary Duties under the DOL and associated reporting requirements for local LM forms. Earn a badge for completion of this course.

Self Registration. This self-paced training provides a first look at the responsibilities of a Steward.  The course describes the various roles an AFGE Representative plays and provides resources to assist representatives in performing these roles successfully.  Earn a badge for completion of this course.

Guest access is available for this course.

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Self Registration. This is a self-paced course that provides an introduction to the Department of Veterans Affairs, Accountability and Whistleblower Protection Act of 2017