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The government has announced the launch of the first element of the National Retraining Scheme , the Get Help to Retrain digital service.
In June apprentices at Toyota UKs Apprentice Development Centre (ADC) in Burnaston Hall just outside Derby gathered together for their annual presentation and awards ceremony – with Unite playing a vital role supporting the young people develop their careers.
The 30th annual Day-Mer festival in Clissord Park, north London, once again attracted thousands of people last Sunday (7th July) keen to listen to music, taste street food, hear speakers and check out stalls – including one from unionlearn and TUC LESE (London, Eastern and South East).
Around 150 countries have developed or implemented Qualification Frameworks (QFs) to improve their training system’s quality and the recognition of learning outcomes– and last week unionlearn was invited to Turin to share its experience of QF’s and workplace learning with fellow trade unions and organisations from across the world.
Best-selling author and Quick Reads champion Rowan Coleman will be addressing delegates at the 2019 unionlearn Annual Conference.
Delegates attending the 2019 unionlearn annual conference this July will have the chance to talk to a wide range of organisations bringing stands full of resources and information.
Union reps are the backbone of the trade union movement and we need your help to shape the future of the TUC.
Unionlearn's highly popular Value My Skills cards are now available as an online tool, making it accessible more people and offer increased support for those looking to explore ways to review their skills.