The role of the RCM ULR is becoming increasingly important within the RCM. The following documents will assist RCM ULRs to carry out their role.
This booklet includes the role of the ULR, advice in getting started and useful information and resources.
ULR Info booklet
This booklet outlines the role of the ULR.
ULR Role Definition
The RCM is required by the Union Learning Fund to submit information on learners. This data includes advice given by a ULR, courses undertaken, informal learning and equality and diversity data. Details of individuals are not required. ULRs will also wish to keep records on their activity and advice given to members. The Learner Form has been developed to assist ULRs to collect the data. It should only take a couple of minutes to complete.
Learner Form and Learner Form Completion Notes
A learning needs Analysis is an assessment of the learning and training needs of an organisation's workforce. This form can assist ULRs in carrying out this analysis which could cover a whole workplace or a few RCM members.
Learning Needs Analysis Form
If you or a colleague are interested in becoming a ULR you will need to be elected by your RCM Branch or by RCM members in the workplace. The accreditation form will need to be completed and returned.
Accreditation and Equality & Data Form
This presentation has been developed to assist ULRs to promote union learning in the workplace. It can be amended and added to reflect your workplace.
ULR PowerPoint Presentation (large file 3.76MB)
The RCM has produced a poster and leaflet to assist in the recruitment of ULRs. Hard copies of both can be obtained from the Project Team.
Leaflet and Poster
The guide is designed to help you plan, organise and run a succesful learning event