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Stewards

Become a CSP steward and be the voice of members in your workplace. 

Become a CSP steward

File 220635All paid-up physio or assistant members have the potential to become stewards. You are entitled to paid time off work for your duties.

Find out what you need to do

Information for new stewards

File 220547Use our handy checklist to get started in your new role as a CSP steward. And find out about CSP accreditation, and why it's an essential first step.

See what's involved

The role of a steward

File 221217As a steward, you are elected to advise and represent all members of the society who experience difficulties arising from their employment, irrespective of their grade.

Discover more about the role

Training for stewards

File 220634Fulfil your role as a CSP steward to best effect by undertaking courses designed to develop your knowledge, skills and confidence.

Find out what's available

Representing members

File 220639Wherever you work, your responsibility is to make your members' views and opinions heard, and to report decisions back to them.

What's involved in representing members?

Time off for stewards

File 221221As a CSP steward you have a legal right to time off work to carry out your role and attend training. Our quick guide and detailed fact sheets explain everything you need to know.

Access guidance on taking time off

Recruiting members

File 220647Help maximise CSP membership by encouraging non-union physio colleagues to join the society. The more members we have, the stronger we are as a trade union.

Find out how to recruit

Stewards' resources

File 220993 Get the information and help you need from the CSP's dedicated toolkit for stewards. And make use of other resources too, including access to iCSP networks and general workplace guidance from ERUS.

Browse the list of resources

Stewards' News

The CSP produces Stewards News every two months to cover all the latest workplace developments. Keep on top of campaigns and activities yourself and help the members you represent do the same.

Access the current and back issues

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