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Barry Dickinson has been the Usdaw Union Learning Rep (ULR) at Tesco Southend Extra since 2011 and has been helping members in his branch develop their digital skills to help them at work, and at home.
After an email from her union Jane Haden decided to contact her Regional Learning Organiser to find out more about the courses on offer – and was soon bitten by the learning bug.
Learn with Unite has been promoting its online learning resources to its Community branches across the country. Malcolm Tipper lives in Devon and wanted to develop the skills he needs to be a branch officer.
Valerie Cooke is a Union Learning Rep and Shop Steward with Usdaw at Tesco Extra Bishop Stortford store. She was inspired to support workplace learning after attending an Usdaw Academy – and hasn’t looked back since.
Usdaw learning reps at the Tesco Bury store have seen a lot of success with organising around learning campaigns with a mental health theme, with a full year of events and activities to help colleagues.
Although learning reps were forced to change their plans for this year’s Learning at Work Week, a packed online programme in the East Midlands proved that members haven’t lost their appetite for developing their skills
Catering assistant Pauline Burgess had been working in a hospital for 37 years when changes in legislation regarding salad preparation meant that her job ceased to exist. She was selected for redeployment and Unison Project Worker, Jane Eyre, was asked to provide support to help Pauline find new...
On Monday 3rd August Sunshine House Community Centre in Wigan opened its doors for the first time since the pandemic hit, and the BFAWU Learning Services team were quick to bring back learning.
Ann Ainsworth from PCS has been offering older members popular pre-retirement workshops full of practical advice to help with the transition from work to retirement.