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Helen Dowie Award presented to union stalwart

Glasgow woman Mel Gorrie scoops top trade union prize

Scots musician hits high note for equality at trade union awards

Scots’ folk singer and union activist Iona Fyfe wins STUC Equality Award

Glasgow Cabbies scoop top trade union award

Taxi drivers across Glasgow have been recognised for their campaigning as the Unite the Union Glasgow Taxi (Hackney) Branch claimed the STUC Union Representative Award for Organising.

Safety first for top union member

Plean resident Gary Pollock takes home top union prize for health and safety.

Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers Union (RMT) member Gary Pollock has taken home the Frank Maguire Award for Health and Safety at the STUC annual congress.

The SCQF Partnership Conference: Recognising Skills in a Changing Landscape

The Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework (SCQF) is celebrating 21 years as the national qualifications framework for Scotland. The SCQF plays a vital role in the recognition of the skills and experience of individuals in Scotland.

The SCQF Partnership Conference, Recognising Skills in a Changing Landscape on 24 March 2022 is an online event running from 10am-3.30pm, and intends to highlight the important part the SCQF plays in supporting learner journeys in these rapidly changing times. It will celebrate the achievements of individuals, showcase best practice in the use of the SCQF across a range of sectors, as well as raise awareness of the SCQFP’s latest projects and developments amongst partners and stakeholders.