Presentations and links
The resources on this page are intended to assist ULRs in providing learning information and opportunities to ATL members. Whether you are a newly recruited ULR, looking to recruit more ULRs, providing a workplace event, or an experienced ULR looking for new ideas to promote and support learning, there are resources here to help you.
TUC eNotes – TUC Education has produced a series of informative and interactive learning modules. Starting with an introduction to the new rights for fathers to take additional paternity leave, these short self-study briefings, or eNotes, will help ATL representatives to develop and update their knowledge of key issues that may impact upon their workplace. Each e-Note has been jointly developed by TUC policy experts and TUC Education tutors. The eNotes include short videos, quizzes and links to supporting information that make understanding key concepts accessible and effective. You will need to register for this site.
Alison - Alison offer free online courses. These tend to have a work-related bias but there are some useful IT, English and personal development courses.
BBC Languages - the BBC offers online language course and quick phrases in up to 36 languages, including Gaelic, Welsh and Irish.
BBC Raw - the BBC's read and write campaign.
BBC Skillswise - improve your English and Maths with Skillswise.
Campaign for Learning - aims to stimulate learning that will sustain people for life.
Department for Business, Innovation and Skills - the government department that deals with further and higher education.
Department for Education - deals with children's education and services.
Unionlearn - helping trade unions to spread the lifelong learning message to even more members.
ACAS (Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service) aims to improve organisations and working life through better employment relations.