The government’s plans to cut the Union Learning Fund means hundreds of thousands of workers will miss out on skills and training.
Sign the petition calling on the government to reverse cuts to union learning and ensure working people can access education and skills training.
UNISON has joined with Skills Academy to give members access to over 500 online courses. Click here to read more.
Friday 6 March 3pm – 6pm
UNISON, Unison Centre, Euston Road, London NW1 2AY, Room UG.2
Are you interested in working for a trade union? Ever wondered what the different employed roles are? Want to take a stand and make a difference for workers in the Public Sector? Continue reading
5 July 2019 10:30am–3:30pm, UNISON Centre London. Click here to read more.
Only 2 weeks to go of the national e ballot of the Schools Support Staff National Consultative Ballot. We are encouraging members to vote. Schools funding is a concern for Unison, teachers, Parents and the effect it is having/will have on Children’s Education and Future. Click here to have your say.
Do working people have the skills they need to succeed? Are they getting the training they need to do their jobs properly? And are they prepared to face the future of work? We’re asking all UNISON members to help us find out by completing our Skills For The Future survey. Click here to read more.
Boosting our members’ digital confidence. UNISON is supporting the Get Online Week – 15-21 October – to help build members’ digital confidence and remove barriers that prevent them fully taking part in an increasingly technical world. Click here to read more.
In an unprecedented move, the employers, all the further education unions in England – UNISON, UCU, GMB, ASCL, NEU and AMiE – and students will join together on 17 October to lobby MPs at Parliament for proper funding for colleges. Click here to read more.
On Tuesday 24 October UNISON and other education unions will hold a mass lobby of Parliament to protest against education funding cuts. Click here to read more.
A new £15 million programme will see up to 1 million people trained in basic mental health “first aid” skills. The programme will improve personal resilience and help people recognise and respond effectively to signs of mental illness in others. Click here to read more.