Unionlearn have been holding a series of webinars to support people working from home or in isolation – you can catch up with any you have missed on the Webinar page of the Learning @ Home campaign site.
Hundreds have people have been tuning into the weekly webinars from unionlearn, which have proved a popular and practical series that have highlighted learning opportunities and new skills, from exciting and interesting speakers.
The unionlearn team is working on the next batch of webinars – and in the meantime people can catch up with previous events on the unionlearn webinar and YouTube pages.
Here is a full list of events you can watch.
- Tackling Isolation – The lockdown webinar series launched in April with a session from Adrian Ryan and Matt Pointon on ways to tackle isolation.
- Apprenticeships and Covid-19 – In late April Mark Rowe and Kirsi Kekki hosted a webinar exploring the impact that Covid-19 could have on apprentices.
- Study Skills – This webinar focused on how to improve your study skills at a time when most learning is now being done online and at a distance.
- Tools to create your own future – catch up with Noorie Sazen and Liz North on this webinar which addresses career adaptability how to assess your skills.
- Staying positive in lockdown and beyond - The lockdown offers challenges to mental health and this session in May David Tross and Lisa Francis looked at techniques and resources to help.
- Green Skills for a just transition – Tim Page, Sarah Woolley and Graham Petersen explored ways to go green at work
- You, your kids and online safety – In early June RMT Learning organiser Ivor Riddell and unionlearn Project Officer Adrian Ryan lead a practical session to help you and you children stay safe online.
- Laughter Yoga – You can watch again this very popular session as Laughter Yoga Ambassador Robin Graham joins Matt Pointon and Herma Hughes having a giggle for good health.
- Demystifying free online learning - Join Matt and Adrian as they go on a whistle stop tour of free online learning sites.