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New union learning centre at British Nuclear Group
A new union learning centre has opened at British Nuclear Group Sellafield's premises at Warrington.
The centre is a result of a link-up between the company, staff union Prospect and unionlearn, the TUC's learning and skills organisation.
More than 65 of the staff at the site have already started courses at the centre, which was opened by local MP Helen Jones and Barry Snelson, the company's Managing Director.
The centre is run by Prospect's on-site union learning reps (ULRs) with assistance from unionlearn project workers. It also has links with the main BNG learning centre at Sellafield. Over 80 courses are available in a variety of subjects including numeracy, literacy, IT skills and project management.
Barry Snelson said: "We fully support this trade union-led initiative and are pleased to see this new learning centre which will offer many of our employees a whole raft of new opportunities and challenges."
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