See what other programs are offering
The Course Catalog page is great for finding class ideas. You can also see what new ideas may be out there and what classes are popular at other programs. Or, it's just great for browsing!
Information about ICD's record keeping system for sites.
Click the link below to reach ICD's database for sites. Also find in this section guidelines for using the database as well as tips and tricks.
ICD Database link
Special negotiated rates with these educational providers
The ICD National Office screens, selects and seeks out those educational providers which can provide value to the individual Steelworker learning experience.
Forms for preparing students.
One of the goals of the Career Development Program is helping individuals reach their educational goals. Educational development plans and exceptions to policy are sometimes necessary for that.
Start by contacting us!
ICD is a contractually negotiated benefit, so start contacting the USW Bargaining Committee responsible for negotiating your collective bargaining agreement and let them know you are interested in having ICD written into your next contract.
Guidelines for working with our educational providers.
Choose this section for forms and guidelines to help sites negotiate with and manage the educational provers that teach Career Development classes.
Information to help you run your program
There are many aspects to running a Career Development Program. In this section you can find some guidelines that will help keep you on track.
A yearly budget is the responsibility of the Local Joint Committee.
The ICD annual plan is due in our office each year on October 1. Click here for forms and guidelines.
ICD has awarded over $116,000 in scholarships to the children and grandchildren of Steelworkers.
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