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The Wales TUC is the voice of Wales at work. With almost 50 affiliated trade unions the Wales TUC represents nearly half a million workers. We campaign for a fair deal at work and for social justice at home and abroad.
An updated edition of the Wales TUC Education Service booklet is now available to view online. The booklet contains full details of accredited courses for union reps in Wales up until July 2013. It has recently been revised to reflect changes in the contact details of some of our course providers.
Details of courses from September 2013 onwards will be released when a new edition of the booklet is published in May.
The Wales TUC also offers a number of free one-day (non-accredited) events and briefings to compliment our courses throughout the year.
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International Workers Day. 1 May 2013
This event will aim to raise awareness of the issues young workers face in the current economic climate. The event will also celebrate the talent of Wales's young workers and highlight the projects that have supported them and enabled them to fulfil their potential. To be held in the oriel of the Senedd and sponsored by David Rees AM.
12:15 Arrival (Buffet lunch)
12:30-12:35 Introduction: David Rees AM
12:35-12:40 Jeff Cuthbert AM- Deputy Minister for Skills
12:40-12:45 Siân Cartwright- Head of Learning Services Wales TUC
12:45-13:00 Ian Rowley, Mike Ford, Craig Stamp. Kellogg
13:00-13:10 Ryan Jones PCSO- Unison young Worker
13:10-13:20 Dionne Way BAAE- Modern Apprenticeship in Engineering, Unite
13:20-13:30 Questions, End.
Wales TUC has now published the full A Better way to Work Wales resources for schools to inform pupils about the world at work. The modules have been developed with the support of and in conjunction with the Welsh Government. Each of the five units are available to download in Welsh and English here. Copies of the Executive Summary are available to download from: www.tuc.org.uk/betterwaytoworkwales
Trade Unions in Wales are helping their members get on at work. Wales TUC Learning Services is at the forefront of union-led advice and guidance for reps and members. The Wales TUC Learning Services Team also provides expertise and assists unions in Wales to access the Welsh Assembly Government funded Wales Union Learning Fund. For more information visit the Learning Services website.
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