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A group of parents and carers on the Isle of Sheppey have recently completed the award winning, 1-2-3 Magic Behaviour Management course with the Eastchurch POA Learning Centre.
Lee Perkins, a Prospect health and safety rep at UK Power Networks, won a national health and safety champion award for his safety training work with apprentices.
A chance look at a poster from UNISONs Bridges To Learning project resulted in Auxiliary Nurse Louise Harrison starting on a learning journey that is leading towards a degree.
UNISON members across the East Midlands were bowled over by the learning opportunities on offer at this year’s Learning at Work Week.
Donald McCombie is a Union Learning Rep and Lifelong Learning Co-ordinator with Birmingham City UNISON Branch and has been presented with the unionlearn ULR of the Year Award for Supporting Older Learners at the unionlearn Annual Conference at TUC Congress House in London.
In years gone by hospitals and NHS Trusts rarely had difficulty in attracting sufficient new members of staff but the impact of an ageing population and the rising demand for healthcare means that this is no longer the case.
For several years Union Learning Reps (ULRs) at Tyne & Wear Clerical branch of the Communication Workers Union (CWU) have been delivering informal learning sessions in the workplace on various health topics.
For union learning projects to support as many people as possible it is important to build partnerships, and the POA Learning team at Newbold Revel have done just that, forming strong links with the Benn Partnership Centre in Rugby. The Benn Partnership Centre is a multi-cultural community centre,...
Dorset County Council and the local government branch of UNISON recently worked together to hold a lunchtime event during Learning at Work Week. The event was to attract new and existing members and to highlight the unions aim to provide free education to all by promoting learning opportunities to...
Creative Writing breaks down barriers and builds confidence. It is a form of self-expression and creativity that requires only a pencil and a sheet of paper. With this in mind the CWU Education & Training Department were delighted to take part in the first Rhyme For Rights workshop with popular...