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Unionlearn are adding two new ICT themes to its popular initial assessment tool, SkillCheck. “ICT – Getting Started” goes live today, followed later this week by “ICT – Step Up”
With more of us than ever are working from home TUC Education has organised a webinar to explore the issues next week.
Unionlearn has produced a briefing for union reps to help them support apprenticeships during the coronavirus pandemic.
Unionlearn are today launching a Learning @ Home Campaign to support thousands of workers who are working from home, self-isolating or who find themselves temporarily out of work during the current pandemic.
The current COVID-19 pandemic means big changes for the way everyone works, and apprentices are feeling the impact of these changes too. Unionlearn has set up a page on its website to pull together information to support them.
Yesterday the Department for Education (DfE) set out guidance for apprenticeship training providers as a response to the coronavirus pandemic. The measures aim to help apprentices to continue and complete their apprenticeships.
The CWU has worked with spoken word artist Potent Whisper over recent years to run a number of spoken word workshops for members. Recently they have been working together on a new project; a specially commissioned spoken word piece to promote learning across the CWU to its members.
Unionlearn launches a new SkillCheck quiz, Grammar Matters. The quiz is a fun way to check what we remember of some of the basic grammar rules in English language.
This year Bristol Learning City will host its first Learning Festival, and Unite South West are getting involved by holding sessions in its city centre Learning Centre.