Learning doesn’t need to stop when we leave formal education and if we want to move forward in a career then continuous learning is essential.
Many of us will not have had positive early education experiences, and returning to learning can be daunting. But UNISON, and the partners we work with, will ensure that if you take that courageous step you will find out that learning can be fun as well as valuable.
Try our free workshops and explore the skills you have, how to make the most of them and how to develop new ones.
You can find when these courses are running by checking out our upcoming courses.
These workshops are delivered by experienced tutors from the Worker’s Education Association (WEA). Workshops include:
- Confidence Building (Power to be You)
- Assertiveness Skills
- Your Skills Your Future
- Return to Learn
- Women’s Lives
National Careers Workshops
We have partnered with the Careers Service to deliver several workshops including:
- CVs and Application forms
- Job search and the Hidden job market
- Experience Matters (age 45+)
- Interview Skills
Open University Workshops
Continue your professional development with these OU sessions:
- Autism Awareness
- Mental Health Awareness
- Dementia Awareness
- Behaviour Management
Adjust Services Workshops
The Adjust Services tutor has a wealth of knowledge and experience from working with the Autism Society. Sessions include:
- Neurodiversity Understood
- Dyslexia Understood
- Autism Understood
Distance Learning with Bradford College
We are pleased to offer a range of accredited Level 2 fully funded online courses in partnership with Bradford College. To be eligible learners must be aged 19 and over, lived in the EU for the past 3 years and not currently on another course prior to starting.
Don’t let numbers hold you back – Take the National Numeracy Challenge
Being better with numbers isn’t a special talent; it’s something we can all learn. Start now and take the online challenge and get the resources you need.to help you improve.
Wranx is an app that helps you improve skills and knowledge in just ten minutes a day. Choose from topics including maths, English, mental health, the menopause, young workers’ rights at work, and much more.