Scottish trade unions will gather at the Scottish Youth Theatre in Glasgow on Thursday, 22 February for the 10th Annual Scottish Union Learning Everyday Skills Event. Around seventy delegates from trade unions and workplaces across Scotland will come together to explore the theme: ‘Everyday Skills: Innovative Approaches to Learning in the Workplace’. The Event will be addressed by Dave Moxham, STUC Deputy General Secretary, and Jamie Max-Caldwell, Unite Community Organiser.
Do you know the difference between defined benefit and defined contributionpensions?
Attendees at recent Scottish Union Learning ‘Women and Pensions’ workshops in Inverness and Glasgow found out the answer to that question, and took the opportunity to ask many more.
The STUC celebrates a new decade of learning opportunities with The Open University for 580,000 Scottish workers
Today (Thursday, 14 December) the Scottish TUC and The Open University in Scotland celebrate 10 years of partnership at the Scottish Trades Union Centre in Glasgow.
Building on the success of the Digital Unions project, Scottish Union Learning hasbeen awarded short-term funding from the Scottish Government to deliver a Cyber Resilience project. The project will develop the cyber resilience capacity and cyber security skills of unions, reps, members and workers across Scotland. The Scottish Government's Cyber Resilience Team has created the following tips to stay safe online:
The 10th Annual Scottish Union Learning Conference was held on Wednesday, 15 November 2017 in the COSLA Conference Centre, Edinburgh. The theme of the Conference was: “The Demands of a Changing Labour Market.” This national conference brought together 100 representatives from 23 trade unions in Scotland.