It is a truth universally acknowledged that trade unions’ learning projects and union learning reps work hard to develop English and maths skills in the workplace. Unions engage, encourage and support learners and people in the workplace build skills, use their skills at work and move on to take up even more learning opportunities.
It has also been recognised that unions are very effective in the work they do. It is exceptionally difficult to pinpoint another model that reaches adult learners like unions do.
Not only are these statements backed by research and evaluation but they were…
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