Supporting learners

Supporting learners

Supporting learners is the underpinning strategy for all unionlearn activity with the primary aim of making all learning and progression opportunities available to all union members as well as providing impartial information, advice and guidance.

Autumn Learning Rep now available!

News

Unionlearn has today published the latest edition of the Learning Rep. The Autumn 2017 edition focuses the spotlight on this year’s unionlearn Annual Conference at Congress House, and also includes a look at some of the highlights of this summer’s Festival of...

Learning Rep - Autumn 2017 Edition

Publication

In the latest edition of the Learning Rep e-magazine, we have the following: Conference 2017: Apprenticeships in the spotlight Summer learning is a blast Sharing the recipe for success New ULR resources Delivering quality traineeships Switching to online...

Southport event kicks off the Supporting Learners autumn series

News

Unionlearn will be launching a series of regional Supporting Learners events, being held over the autumn, at Southport this October. The event, run in conjunction with the North West TUC, will be held at the Southport Theatre and Convention Centre on Wednesday 4th...

PFA harnesses social media to highlight high quality apprenticeships

Case study

It makes sense to use an apprenticeship programme to harness the power of social media to reach young people. Ethan Kear-Davies was looking to start a career in marketing after finishing his media diploma at college when he found out about an apprenticeship opportunity...

PFA members graduate as physiotherapists

Case study

The University of Salford wouldn’t have a bad 7-a-side team, after a group of professional footballers have qualified as physiotherapists from the University. The footballers, including former QPR player Rob Hulse and current Stockport County player Jason Oswell, will...

URTU supports members to go online

Case study

Today people who lack digital skills could be missing out on a lot of fun and opportunities in their lives. For example, 72% of employers require basic digital skills and 25% of jobs are only advertised online. Public services are becoming 'digital by default'. Eventually...

Looking to develop career skills? These online OU courses are for you!

News

Highly popular courses launched last year as part of the National Networks for Collaborative Outreach Project the Open University - supported by the Social Partnerships Network (SPN) - have been given a refresh. The six free badged online courses are for people looking...

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