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Success for nearly twenty years: the Wales Union Learning Fund (WULF)

19/03/2018
létrehozta Gareth Hathway
Nyelv: EN

The Wales TUC learning services were established in 1999 to support trade unions to bring learning opportunities to workplaces which have union recognition. Funded by Welsh Government, it’s a specialist team ideally placed to support the development of union-led learning initiatives in workplaces in Wales. One of the way’s in which the Wales TUC learning services team support workplace learning is through the Wales Union Learning Fund (WULF)

WULF exists to support learning initiatives in unionised workplaces where employers recognise the benefits of working in partnership with unions to upskill their workforce. Nearly 20 years on, WULF has gone from strength to strength. To mark this progress the Wales TUC produced the below film highlighting last year’s successful projects.

If you would like to know more about union-led learning please e-mail Gareth Hathway.


You might also like to read:

Union Learning - Benefits for all by Róisín Graham (NIPSA)

Unionlearn Annual Report 2017 by Unionlearn (Resource)

 

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  • Corrina Hickman képe

    Really interesting to find out about the WULF funding and the benefits and the positive impact this has had on employers and in particular on individual employees in terms of skills and development.
  • Gareth Hathway képe
    Thanks Corrina,

    I've seen first hand the dramatic effect its had on improving peoples lives. Not just employability and career progression, but also in addressing people essential skills needs. We have a whole bank of case studies but Mark's story is one that moves me the most. http://wtuclearn.tuc.org.uk/case-studies/it-being-let-out-cage