Barriers to learning

Unionlearn celebrates 150 years of workplace learning at TUC Congress

Unionlearn reaches the parts of the workforce that other training providers just don’t.” These were the words of Mary Bousted , Chair of the unionlearn board and Joint General Secretary of the NEU as she welcomed a packed room of TUC delegates, learning reps and union officers to the unionlearn reception in Manchester last week.
Unions

Promoting Union Learning: the reps who spread the word

Promoting Union Learning: the reps who spread the word

This booklet summarises some of the most important ways in which an increasing range of union reps, including union learning reps (ULRs), are helping their coworkers to acquire and develop the skills that enable them to improve their job prospects and their home lives.

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Supporting Black and minority ethnic apprentices

Supporting Black and minority ethnic apprentices

This guide explores some of the issues around improving Black and minority ethnic (BME) apprenticeship take-up and achievement, and highlights the need for trade unions to negotiate around the introduction and running of apprenticeship programmes in order to address issues of racial inequality.

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