SUL Congress Fringe: Learning in the Time of Covid

SUL Congress Fringe: Learning in the Time of Covid

November 16, 2020, 17.00 – 18.30

Online Webinar (Crowd Cast), Online

The current pandemic has presented challenges for all of us in dealing with the wide-ranging effects of the virus. Unions have continued to support workers during this period, not least by continuing to offer learning opportunities to workers, including those who have recently been made redundant.

To allow unions to continue to deliver courses during the pandemic, Scottish Union Learning has had to make substantial changes to the processes for procuring and delivering learning. Working closely with unions and providers we are meeting the ongoing challenges, and continuing to improve and adapt our ways of working.

To hear more about the challenges, successes, and opportunities, please join us at our on-line Congress Fringe meeting.

Chair: Wendy Burton, Director, Scottish Union Learning

Speakers:
Jill Littlewoodhouse, USDAW
Amy Shaw, BECTU
Dennis Fallen, RMT
Tommy Breslin, Scottish Union Learning

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