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The Union Learning Fund (ULF) was established in 1998 to promote activity by trade unions in support of the objective of creating a learning society. Its primary aim was to develop the capacity of trade unions and Union Learning Representatives (ULRs) to work with employers, employees and learning providers to encourage greater take up of learning...
In the latest edition of the Learning Rep e-magazine, we have the following:
- Celebrating our first 10 years
- Unionlearn conference
- Skills for stable staff
- Festival of Learning
- New Apprenticeships Toolkit
- Numeracy Challenge
This booklet gives details of the TUC Education Course Programme in the Southern and Eastern region of England for the period September 2016 to July 2017. To apply for courses please see the course directory.
This newsletter is intended to keep unions and other stakeholders abreast of policy developments in learning and skills, including providing updates on what the TUC and unionlearn are saying on specific policy issues.
A practical tool for union representatives highlighting the routeways into employment that Traineeships and Apprenticeships can provide for young people.
This is one of four unionlearn mini-guides to support learners at mid-life. They cover health and well-being in general, mental health in particular, pensions and financial advice, and how to balance work with family and dependant care. It will help you to provide accurate information and advice to people in your workplace.
Unionlearn delivers Supporting Mid-life Development briefings around the regions. To complement the briefings, this resource pack will help unions initiate and engage members in activities that will get them thinking and planning for mid-life development.
This year marks the tenth anniversary of the launch of unionlearn, the TUC’s specialist learning and skills organisation, and we have produced this short booklet to remind everyone just how much unions have achieved in our first decade. We can’t cover everything and everyone in a few short pages, but we hope this gives a taste of what we do.
Supporting unions to promote access to learning and skills in the workplace and to sustain the role of workplace reps is at the heart of what unionlearn is about. It is therefore gratifying to report that over the past 12 months nearly 220,000 individuals accessed union-led learning or training and in many cases this will have proved to have been a...
The Apprenticeships Toolkit is a resource for union officers, union representatives and union learning reps who are negotiating with employers on apprenticeships or who are approaching an employer to discuss the possibility of taking on apprentices. The factsheets provide concise information on a range of topics related to apprenticeships. They...