WEA

WEA Wales

Learn in your Workplace

The Workers Education Association (WEA) are working in partnership with the URTU learning Wales Project to provide URTU with a wide range of learning opportunities.  These are available to everyone including non members, and a range of courses can be delivered in your workplace over a number of weeks, 1day, half-day or hourly sessions.


Courses included are:

Computer Skills

  • computer for Beginners
  • Work, Excel, Publisher, PowerPoint
  • Effective use of Email and internet
  • iPad and Tablet Training
  • Image Editing
  • Social Media

Employability Courses

  • Interview Skills and CV Writing
  • Making Your Experience Count
  • Application for Jobs and Job Search
  • Understanding Competency Framework


Essential Skills

  • Numeracy and Literacy
  • Communications and Computers
  • Essential Skills Awareness

Health and Safety

  • General Risk Assessment
  • Lone Working and Manual Handing
  • Mental Health Awareness
  • Disabilityy Awareness
  • Managing Stress and Work-Life Balance


Personal Development

  • Assertiveness Skills
  • Confidence Building
  • Community Learning Representative
  • Study Skills
  • Digital Photography
  • British Sign Language
  • Welsh in the Workplace
  • Budgeting and Money Management
  • Coping with Change

Professional Development

  • Report and Letter Writing
  • Minute Taking and Committee Skills
  • Teaching Qualification (PTLLS)
  • Project management
  • Customer Care and Conflict Managment
  • Equality and Diversity
  • Workplace Communication Skills
  • Team Building
  • Time Management
  • Making Effective Presentations
  • Counselling and Mentoring Skills
  • Protection of Vulnerable Adults


If you are interesting in signing up for one of these courses, or would like further information please contact Claire O’Brien on 0161 486 2108 or e-mail Claire.obrien@urtu.com

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