Discrimination Useful Info
Discrimination law is found in the Equality Act 2010. The EA10 lists 9 “pr...
Tue, 07 August 2018
Home care workers strike lates...
Home Care workers turned out to picket work places last week and to explain thei...
Tue, 07 August 2018
Women's Book club event report...
the new Book Club was launched recently with a Women's event called "women Slay ...
Tue, 07 August 2018
Homecare workers strike
A mass rally today was held by Homecare Workers outside of the Council House tod...
Tue, 31 July 2018
Council Leader visits us
On Wednesday 25th July Counsellor Ian Ward attended our Branch Committee meeting...
Tue, 31 July 2018
Unison Conference reports
 Birmingham Branch members attended the Local Government Conference and Nat...
Tue, 17 July 2018
New AUGUST Courses to help mem...
UNISON Birmingham Branch 25 years of Learning at Work August 2018   UNI...
Tue, 22 May 2018
We are TUC Award Winners
We were awarded a TUC Award for Learning, which was given to Branch Learning co-...
Tue, 24 July 2018

 Courses on Key Skills and Counselling, Job Search Skiils and Dementia Awareness are being run by West Midlands Unison.

  • 062- Get that Job (Job Search Skills)- 10th May
  • 064- Dementia Awareness- 8th May


IT and Computer Courses


  • 058- Computers and IT for beginners- 17th April to 1st May (3 Tuesday Afternoons)
  • 063- Internet and Email- 8th May to 22nd May (3 Tuesday Afternoons)


Evening Courses


  • 059- Counselling Skills- 24th April to 3rd July (9 Tuesday Evenings)
  • 060- Numeracy Skills: Everyday Maths- 25th April to 27th June (9 Wednesday Evenings)
  • 061- Literacy Skills: Putting it on Paper- 24th April to 26th June (9 Tuesday Evenings)


 Places can be booked online at


 Details of some forthcoming activists’ courses. They are:-

  • Discussion Leaders on 26th & 27th


 Places can also be booked online here: where you can also find details of all stewards, activists and branch officer training.



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