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Member Education

Find answers to your pension questions with free education designed for different stages of your life:

  • Online learning can be taken anywhere, anytime and at your own pace
  • In-person workshops give you a chance to ask questions and participate in discussion, and provide you with a workbook, which includes worksheets, to take home

Are you new to or thinking of joining the plan?

Getting to Know Your Pension

As you embark on a new and exciting part of your life, get answers to your questions about what it means to have a pension and be a member of the plan.

You’re only a click away from learning how:

  • Your pension is a valuable source of retirement income
  • Your pension is secure for your lifetime
  • The plan website and My Account are here to help you make the most of your pension

Online learning (15 minutes)
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Are you establishing your career or several years away from retirement?

Making the Most of Your Pension

Are you establishing your career or several years away from retirement? Learn how the decisions you make throughout your career can affect your pension when you retire.

Making the Most of Your Pension can help you learn more about:

  • Buying service for approved leaves
  • Purchasing service for time when you worked for your current employer but didn't make pension contributions
  • Transferring service from other plans
  • How the decisions you make in your career can affect your pension
  • The effect of life events on your pension
  • Using our online tools to plan for your future

Online learning (45 minutes)
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In-person workshop (2 hours)
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Are you planning for or within five years of retirement?

Approaching Retirement

This two-hour workshop will help you learn more about your pension. The decisions you make about your pension as retirement approaches are important, and planning for retirement now can make your transition easier.

Approaching Retirement can help you learn about:

  • Choosing your best pension option
  • Life stages surrounding retirement
  • The retirement application process
  • Returning to work after you have started collecting a pension

Workshop participants are given a workbook, which includes a retirement checklist and worksheets for income and expenses to help with the planning process.

In-person workshop (2 hours)
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