THERE ARE excellent reasons to get active where learning is concerned.
You should consider becoming a freelance Union Learning Advisor (ULA) if you:
- are interested in your own skills development as well as that of other freelance members
- want to influence the provision of quality freelance training
- want to be a part of the drive towards real career development and training
- would like to learn more about skills development and how to access opportunities
- would like new ways to network with other union members
- want to become more involved with union activity.
How do you become a ULA?
Each union provides a specific training package and on-going support.
To find out more, find your union training officer in Contacts.