Announcement comes as Manchester University becomes 5000th living wage employer and UNISON names and shames colleges over pay
Further education is a vital resource that has given our country and our communities so much. It benefits not just the young but the lifelong learner. And as a union built on the principle of public service, FE represents not only a public service, but a service which has trained and educated millions of public service workers for generations.
Further education should not be at the bottom of the pecking order when it comes to investment.
Campaign will see further education unions, college employers and students lobby Parliament in October to call for proper funding
UNISON reacts to minister’s announcement of review into English further education funding, alongside ‘efficiency and resilience’
- 20 – 21 April 2018
- UNISON Centre, 130 Euston Road, London NW1 2AY
Will you join us at this year’s FE seminar? Top speakers, great venue, networking opportunities Hear from the experts and put your questions to: Richard Atkins, FE commissioner, England Tom Bennett, Managing behaviour expert – launching the UNISON guide Shakira Martin, NUS President and former FE student, campaigning for the sector Find out more about: […]
Unions meet Association of Colleges for discussions over claim for ‘inflation plus 3%’ pay claim from September
Public meeting calls for local community to have the chance to consider proposals and suggest alternatives