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TUC Education in Wales
TUC Education in the Wales offers high quality, accredited training through a network of local colleges of further and higher education. Download the latest brochure for April - June 2007.
24 April 2007

Wales TUC partnership opens the door to Open University learning for ½ million Welsh workers
Nearly 20 per cent of adults in Wales could benefit from a memorandum of understanding (MOU) signed today (Wednesday) between the Wales TUC and the Open University in Wales in Cardiff.
4 April 2007

Welcome for Budget education and skills moves
Commenting on Budget proposals on education and skills, TUC General Secretary Brendan Barber said: “The Chancellor has shown real commitment to education and skills with a real boost in resources that will bring huge benefits to both the economy and wider society. The Government is right to narrow the gap in spending between state and private schools.
21 March 2007

TUC welcomes minister's response on English language training
The TUC has today (Wednesday) welcomed Bill Rammell's positive reaction to concerns raised by the TUC, unions and campaign groups about proposed changes to funding for courses in English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL).
7 March 2007

A university course for trade unionists to be held at the University of Wales Newport
19 February 2007

Unions and young person's campaign groups celebrate a travel victory in London
After two weeks of intensive lobbying by the TUC, by unions in London, by young person's campaign groups, by charities and by arts groups, the London Assembly voted this afternoon, (14 February), to retain the existing fares concession that allows London's under 18s, who are in full-time education, free use of buses and trams in the capital. The decision came following a well attended and colourful demonstration outside City Hall this morning, organised by SERTUC, at which the strength of feeling and breadth of support was expressed to London Assembly members.
14 February 2007

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