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The role of the learning rep and worker voice in union learning
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Event details
Thu, 15 Apr 2021 - 10:00 to 11:30

WTUC are hosting this event to highlight the importance that Union Learning Reps will be playing during the economic recovery and how Wales TUC can support and assist Unions, Reps and Employers to maximise the potential of Learning Reps and their skills.

There will be short presentations from the team and guest speakers from Welsh Government and relevant stakeholders, as well as the opportunity to contribute and share best practice.

This event is open to ULRs, WULf pms, Branch officers and anyone who is currently organising learning or is interested in getting involved in Union Learning.

Enquiries to: wulr@tuc.org.uk

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