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Last year saw yet more success in English and Maths for staff at the Tesco Goole Distribution Centre when more than 30 members of staff received their English and maths certificates in just one quarter. All thanks to Usdaw ULRs and their work building a partnership.
Matt Pointon is a Project Officer working in the unionlearn Strategy team, before starting with unionlearn Matt worked with the BSU’s ULF project and attended a number of learning events – one resulted in Matt following a long desire to study towards a Masters degree.
Mathew Rosendale has been bitten by the learning bug and has racking up a huge number of qualifications over recent years thanks to a suite of Level 2 courses being offered by the Fire Brigades Union.
A GMB Union Learning Rep at Nottinghamshire County Council was named winner of the Andy Becker Union Learning Rep Award at the 2018 TUC Midlands Reps Awards Night – held this year at Birmingham Botanical Gardens.
Danny Corfe was elected as a Union Learning Rep (ULR) with Usdaw in September 2008, joining a team of reps at Bakemark, now CSM, in Bromborough, Merseyside. During that time, Danny has progressed on to becoming the ULR coordinator for the on-site Learning Centre and built a new team of reps.
More than a dozen women members of UNISON’s Southampton District Branch boosted their self-confidence on another successful Power to be you one-day workshop in the Civic Centre in October.
East Midlands Trains is pioneering a new Level 3 Train Driver Apprenticeship programme. The programme is designed to support the industry’s commitment to grow its skills base and further professionalise the train driver role.
When the opportunity came up for Neil Garner to study a Personal Training Apprenticeship as part of the Fire Brigades Union’s educational offer though FBU Life Long Learning, he grabbed it with both hands – and hasn’t looked back since.
Usdaw Union Learning Reps at Boots at Nottingham and Burton on Trent are persuading young workers to engage in English and maths learning.
The PFA’s Union Learning Fund (ULF) ‘Achievement Through Sport’ programme has been supporting members with GCSE retakes, as the story of Jack Sparkes demonstrates.