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UCU learning reps

The course will look at your role as a learning rep, your legal rights, current issues, UCU union policies, agreements on learning and skills, and how to extend the UCU organising agenda to build the branch around learning.

 


Who should attend?

New and existing UCU learning reps have a statutory right to attend within 6 months of appointment. The course is also open to branch officers.

Every branch should have at least one learning rep.

 

  • discussed why issues relating to learning, training and professional development are trade union issues
  • identified the role of the learning rep in your workplace and within UCU
  • demonstrated an understanding of your legal rights
  • become more informed about learning & skills issues in the post compulsory education sector
  • prioritised the key issues for you as a UCU learning rep and developed a plan to address these issues
  • assessed your members learning needs
  • explored what learning, skills and professional development opportunities exist within your college/university
  • discussed equality issues around learning and how to deal with them
  • created an action plan for your first UCU learning event to take to your branch committee.

If there are no course dates listed below, or if you'd like to be made aware of further dates, please register your interest here.


 

Introduction to UCU Learning Reps - role and function, 5 March 2019, Birmingham

This one day introduction course is open to all UCU learning reps and those in the branch who may have an interest in taking on the role.