February’s Inclusive Learning Bulletin is out now!
This month’s bulletin focuses on literacy – read about UNISON East Midlands’ functional skills drive, Literacy Works Week, and World Poetry Day. And save the date for our spring event, The Next Chapter of UNISON Learning.
Branches, through their officers, have responsibilities to… provide opportunities for the education of members and the development of activists UNISON Code of Good Branch Practice The role of the lifelong learning co-ordinator is to lead on member learning in the branch. They work closely with the branch education co-ordinator and the same person might even […]
Are you interested in improving your English, maths or IT skills? If you want to improve your skills and confidence in English, maths or IT, you should ask your employer, who has a responsibility to address your training needs in these areas. You can also contact your region for information about courses or providers in your […]
UNISON works in partnership with a number of well-known organisations, networks, and programmes. Open University The Open University and UNISON partnership is based firmly on a shared goal – to widen access to education and training to extend learning opportunities to those who have previously been unable to access them. To achieve this goal, both […]
With the Open University, we offer a range of shorter workshops, which can be opened up to both members and non-members. Want to find out whether any of these workshops is running near you? Or are you a learning rep who wants to run one of them in your workplace? Contact your regional education team. […]
Our weekend workshops focus on personal growth and dealing with change. They are delivered by the Workers’ Educational Education (WEA) and are open to UNISON members only. To find out whether these workshops are running near you, please contact your regional education team. Coping with change A workshop aimed at people who are involved in […]
These 10-week courses are designed for members who may have been away from learning for some time. Run for us by the Workers Educational Association (WEA), these courses offer a welcoming and supportive route back into education. The courses are run in a welcoming and supportive environment and there are no exams to take. It’s nothing […]
COVID update All our member learning opportunities have moved online. Since the start of the pandemic, we are delighted to have been able to offer workshops and webinars from providers including The Open University, Cruse Bereavement Care, the WEA, and YGAM. Take a look at our Events page to see what’s coming up. UNISON Learning […]