Community’s new learning hub in Sheffield has engaged dozens of new learners – and they are keeping connected while staying safe at home.
Devon Disability Collective (DDC) is social enterprise in Exeter that started up in July 2015 following the closure of Pluss where redundancies were faced. They are currently using their skills to produce vital personal protective equipment (PPE) for the NHS & care industry.
Last December, Community’s Trainee Learning Organisers, Alex Teague and Dan Warren, worked alongside Kidderminster Harriers Football Club to organise a one-day mental health briefing.
Community recently signed a provider learning agreement with training and apprenticeships provider Axia Solutions Ltd.
More and more disabled people are finding self-employment is the best route for them. But a new report by Community shows there is much more to be done to help them make a success of working for themselves.
Eastern European warehouse workers who have improved their English skills with the help of the Community union have been progressing to new roles at the XPO Logistics/Adidas site in Bedford.
Michael Cosby is a Community union Branch Secretary at TATA Steel in Corby, Northamptonshire and has been supporting his membership having identified skills issues across his departments, particularly with IT skills.