Lifelong Learning for CWU Members
To the CWU, Lifelong Learning is about our members having the opportunity to learn what they want, at a time and place that suits them and at the best possible cost. Lifelong Learning can range from improving your English, maths or computer skills, through to taking a degree and beyond. It may lead to a qualification or just be for the benefit of learning a new skill or subject. It could help you to progress at work, help your children with school work or develop your skills or hobbies.
Most of these courses are iformal. You work through them at your own pace and do not get a certificate at the end. But you will probably want to record the new skills that you have gained to show to your employer or others. Download and complete this CWU_CPD_Diary to keep a record of what you’ve learned.
Learning can be delivered in many ways; at a CWU learning centre, at a college, library or club, online, by correspondence, CD-ROM or even on TV. Our Union Learning Reps are trained to assist members find out the best options available and to give impartial and confidential information and advice. To find your nearest learning centre or ULR please contact your branch.
Start learning right now, our online learning platform lefclick.cwu.org offers a range of courses that you can take online on your computer, tablet or smart phone. Just click the link to get started (If it’s your first visit then you will need to take a few minutes to register)