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The most recent documents available on this subject are:

Gordon Brown launches major new union skills boost
Chancellor Gordon Brown will today (Tuesday) join leading union and education representatives and employers for the launch of unionlearn, the new TUC workplace learning initiative.
2 May 2006

A book club or a book shelf in every workplace
With new figures out today (Thursday) revealing that less than a quarter (23 per cent) of UK workplaces have borrowing shelves or book clubs, the TUC is calling on employers to do more to encourage their staff to read for leisure.
2 March 2006

Train to Gain
Train to Gain is the name of a new national skills programme that will be introduced across England during 2006. It will be closely based on the Employer Training Pilots (ETP) which currently cover around a third of all LSC areas in England and which come to an end in March 2006.
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20 February 2006

Green light for learning
The Northern TUC is delighted to announce that, following a fourth successful year of Learning for All Fund projects, we have secured funding from One NorthEast and the Learning and Skills Council to continue the Fund for 2006/07.
27 January 2006

Uncovering the reading habits of the UK's working population
Union members are being urged to take part in a TUC poll aimed at finding out more about the reading habits of the UK's employees in advance of World Book Day this Spring.
13 January 2006

TUC response to Foster Report
TUC General Secretary Brendan Barber comments on Sir Andrew Foster's review of the future role of further education colleges published today.
15 November 2005

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