Unionlearn are today launching a Learning @ Home Campaign to support thousands of workers who are working from home, self-isolating or who find themselves temporarily out of work during the current pandemic.
The current COVID-19 pandemic means big changes for the way everyone works, and apprentices are feeling the impact of these changes too. Unionlearn has set up a page on its website to pull together information to support them.
Yesterday the Department for Education (DfE) set out guidance for apprenticeship training providers as a response to the coronavirus pandemic. The measures aim to help apprentices to continue and complete their apprenticeships.
The TUC Library holds the archive papers of the Workers Educational Association, founded in 1903 with the object of providing working class people with access to university-quality education classes from academics who volunteered their time to provide lectures and lead discussion groups.
Quick Reads, a programme run by The Reading Agency, are short and engaging books for adults, written by bestselling authors. The books are designed to build a love of reading or restore it among those who may be struggling to find the time to read.