Claim your free branded charging power bank!
To promote digital skills, the URTU Learning Project are giving away free charging power banks.
With a power bank, you will be able to charge your phone, laptop or tablet while you are away from a plug socket. Enabling you to always be connected.
Digital Inclusion is becoming ever more important, with most services moving online and the ever expanding number of electronic devices in our work and home life.
It is vital that you don’t get left behind, there are still 5.3 million people in the UK who have never used a computer.
Learn My Way has been created to help people get online and learn about how to use computers, touchscreen tables, mice and keyboards. This will also show you how to access online services such as registering with a doctor, searching for jobs and online shopping.
To claim your free power bank follow the four easy steps:
1. Register on Learn My Way, quoting learner centre number 3451706
2. Complete one unit on the Learn My Way site, this can be on any subject.
3. E-mail your username and delivery address to Claire.firstname.lastname@example.org on the URTU Learning Project.
4. Once your details have been checked, we will post you out your free power bank.
This offer starts from the 1st April 2017!
URTU Learning Walking Challenge 2016
About the Competition:
URTU Learning Project are inviting you to take park in our Walking Challenge.
Health and Wellbeing is very important. To try and get more people active and highlight the important link between learning and Health & Wellbeing, we are hosting this challenge. It will show that being more active can be healthy, educational and fun.
We will be asking people to team up into groups of no more than ten and monitor your steps for two weeks. there will be prizes for the team and individual who have walked the most steps.
Short Story Competition 2015
The URTU Learning Project has been running a Short Story Competition for everyone to enter, the take up on the competition was great. We asked people to send in their stories which needed to be between 500 and 1500 and could be on any subject.
After receiving all the entries in, we asked David Kendall from the Reading Agency to do us the honour of marking the entries and picking a winner. After much deliberation David chose a winner, and the lucky entry was ‘A Cruel Twist of Fate’ by Pete Roe.