When I'm at work: Working on a committee - Learner's workbook
- Topic 1 - What is a committee?
- Topic 2 - Why do we have workplace committees?
- Topic 3 - How are workplace committees chosen?
- Topic 4 - What roles are there on workplace committees?
- Topic 5 - What does it mean to represent other people?
- Topic 6 - What happens during committee meetings?
- Topic 7 - Who can you talk to about getting the skills to be a committee member?
- Key resources
- Your trainer will show you some slides on the screen to help you understand about working on committees in the workplace.
- Your workbook has the same information in it. There are also some activities in the workbook to help you learn more about working on committees in the workplace.
- There are seven topics for you to listen to and look at. They are all about working on committees in the workplace. Each topic gives you some information first. There are some stories for you to listen to and watch.
- You can discuss the information and the stories with your trainer.
- You will see the pictures and words from each story in your workbook. That way, you can read it as many times as you want to later on.
- There will also be some activities for you do to about working on a committee. Your trainer will help you with the activities. There are lines in your workbook if you want to write about the activities you did.
- You can write notes about any of the things that you have learned about in your workbook if you want to. There are lines in the workbook for you to write on if you need them.
- You should keep your workbook so that you can look at it when you need information about working on committees in the workplace.
Note: The 'Key resources' section gives you more information about working on a committee, in case you need it.