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TUC Education courses - Northern

This booklet gives details of the TUC Education Course Programme in the Northern region of England for the period September 2014 to July 2015 and also contains a Course Application Form.

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Work Experience Placements - Guidance for reps

Work experience creates a plethora of potential problems for trade unions and young workers. Left unchecked, the work experience element of youth unemployment policies could result in the exploitation of young people and job losses for union members. The TUC and affiliated unions are firmly against exploitative workfare, and continue to actively campaign against programmes that seek to punish unemployed people through mandatory unpaid work.

TUC education courses - Yorkshire & the Humber

This booklet gives details of the TUC Education Course Programme in the Yorkshire & the Humber region of England for the period September 2014 to July 2015 and also contains a Course Application Form.

Out at Work

A unionlearn/TUC Education workbook on LGBT people in the workplace.

This book was first written in 2007 and since then LGBT people now enjoy the same protections and rights as everyone else under the Equality Act 2010.

This book is about the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) people at work and in the trade union movement. It is written for all workplace representatives and union branches.

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Union Learning Fund Prospectus 2015/2016

The Union Learning Fund (ULF) was established in 1998 to promote activity by trade unions in support of the objective of creating a learning society. Its primary aim was to develop the capacity of trade unions and union learning representatives (ULRs) to work with employers, employees and learning providers to encourage greater take up of learning in the workplace.

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TUC Education Courses for all Union Representatives - South West

This booklet gives details of the TUC Education Course Programme in the South West region of England for the period September 2014 to July 2015 and also contains a Course Application Form.

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Unionlearn annual report 2013-14

Overall, unionlearn supported a total of 219,091 learners via the union route in the year to March 2014. ULF projects account for 72 per cent of this total, TUC Education 21 per cent and regions 7 per cent.

Learning & Skills Policy Update newsletter July 2014

This newsletter is intended to keep you abreast of policy developments in learning and skills as well as keeping you up-to-date on a range of union learning initiatives.

Climbing Frame Newsletter - Issue 15

In this edition of the Climbing Frame Newsletter we update you on what’s new on the Climbing Frame, provide some ideas for Adult Learners’ Week taster sessions and put the spotlight on the Health and well-being in the workplace Learning Theme.
We update you on Midlife Development Reviews, the Climbing Frame eNote and launch the Climbing Frame 2014 Feedback Survey.

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Midlife career reviews - Helping older workers plan their future - Evaluation report

In the summer of 2012, John Hayes, then Minister for Skills, announced that the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) would be funding the National Institute for Adult and Continuing Education (NIACE) to develop and pilot a midlife career review process. The project commenced in June 2013 and finished in March 2014. The project involved 18 partners and the target was to work with 2,500 individuals to test and evaluate different midlife career review models, and to develop resources to support the process.

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