Mid-life Development

Mid-life Development

Workers are retiring later in life, pensions are uncertain. Traditional forms of life-long employment are disappearing, replaced, in many cases, by short-term, insecure and constantly changing roles. Many workers now will work in a number of different areas in their working lives.

Learning Rep - Summer 2018 Edition

Publication

In the latest edition of the Learning Rep e-magazine, we have the following: Bridging the learning gap in the north-east FBU dad helps SEN kids Trailblazing with BECTU National Apprenticeship Week Thumbs-up for e-learning Confidence skills pay off

Unionlearn announce first speakers for Annual Conference

News

Unionlearn has announced the first speakers for its annual conference – to be held at TUC Congress House in central London on Thursday 12th July. TUC General Secretary Frances O’Grady will open this year’s annual celebration of workplace skills and learning and be joined...

FBU Education help Terry gain qualifications to support his family, and career

Case study

FBU Education gained me a Level 2 Qualification which is valued in education and Care Services if I decide to take a new career path when I retire.” This is the view of London Firefighter Terry Brown. Terry contacted FBU Education to study the Understanding Autism...

Make the Spring Learning Rep a Quick Read!

News

Unionlearn has today published the latest edition of the Learning Rep. The Spring 2018 edition features an in-depth interview with renowned author Vaseem Khan, who has written one of this year’s new Quick Reads launched today. The magazine for union learners everywhere...

Learning Rep - Spring 2018 Edition

Publication

In the latest edition of the Learning Rep e-magazine, we have the following: Vaseem Khan: putting his passionate pen to paper to help people Delivering logistics learning Developing backstage staff Apprenticeship partnership National Retraining Scheme Sexual...

Unionlearn looks back on a busy 2017

News

  Throughout 2017 staff at unionlearn pulled out all the stops to make it one of its busiest years to date. The year was full of campaigns, events and the launch of new resources aimed at supporting workplace learning across the country, reflecting many changes in...

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