Throughout lockdown POA Learning have continued to support the learning needs of their members, but they also wanted to support their wellbeing. So in July they ran a very popular Festival of Wellbeing.
With many summer events cancelled POA Learning recall happier times when members running a POA Learning Centre entered prison produced veg in the local show – and came away with a bumper crop of awards.
With many people safe at home during these unprecedented times unions are turning their thoughts to mental health and in particular mindfulness, and POA Learning has been using video conferencing to support their learners.
Put your learners first. That was Alison Manion’s mantra when she used to manage a POA learning centre. And it’s still the light that guides her today in her role as acting project manager of POA Learning.