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The most recent documents available on this subject are:Quality of apprenticeship schemes must be improved
Stronger regulation and enforcement is needed to weed out sub-standard apprenticeship schemes and raise quality standards, the TUC says today (Thursday) in its submission to the Richard Review into the future of apprenticeships.
Nick Brown MP joined TUC Regional Secretary, Kevin Rowan, to present Unionlearn Quality Awards to PCS Union Learning Reps from the Pensions Service at Tyneview Park and the HMRC at Benton Park View. The awards, for Information Advice and Guidance,...
This manual provides practical advice for trade union workplace reps on issues they are likely to encounter in dealing with a range of problems that can arise in the workplace.
In response to the Prime Minister's announcement of a £25 million fund to support advanced and higher apprenticeships, Tom Wilson, unionlearn director said: "If apprenticeships are to be meaningful, they need to led on to higher-level studies and ski...
Tom Wilson, director of unionlearn, the TUC's learning and skills organisation, said: 'It is vital that the government includes adult learners in its plans for HE. Adults also need and want to improve their skills and qualifications...
Commenting on the government's announcement today (Wednesday) that it will not extend the right to request training to employees in small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs), TUC General Secretary Brendan Barber said:
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