In an effort to better serve the community of labor activists and officials interested in expansion and development of the labor movement, the Labor Education Program offers a series of non-credit courses providing information in the areas of economics, history, labor law, grievance representation, collective bargaining, and arbitration. Increased knowledge and skill are indispensable to enhancing and moving forward labor's positon as a key player in the political process. Education is one of the most powerful tools available to prepare workers and leaders for the upcoming struggles and challenges they may meet in the future. The Labor Education Program offers to all union members programs designed to meet the specific needs of labor organizations.
Who may register for courses
Online instruction offers an additional opportunity to receive instruction within a flexible timeframe and does not necessitate traveling to a specific site. The only requirement is enrollment in the program and Internet access.
Registration, tuition, records, financial questions
Instruction courses are offered through the Center for Distance and Independent Study.