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Working together : nextstep and trade unions

Learning and Skills Council (LSC)
Trades Union Congress (TUC)
Nextstep, corp creators. (2005) Working together : nextstep and trade unions.

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"The Learning and Skills Council and the TUC work in partnership at a strategic and operational level to develop where feasible coherent information, advice and guidance systems to meet the needs of individuals in the workplace. This document seeks to provide guidance to nextstep contractors and their wider delivery networks to help them develop joint working relationships with trade unions and the TUC, so helping them to increase the benefits of information and advice to employed people in unionised workplaces and support the Government’s skills agenda. The document refers to information, advice and guidance (IAG) partnerships (IAGPs), which of course operated under previous contracting arrangements. From August 2004 IAG services were re-branded as nextstep. Local LSC, the TUC and nextstep contractors should use the content of this publication to inform the development and agreement of local memorandum of understanding. Of interest to local Learning and Skills Council,TUC, individual trade union and nextstep colleagues" -- inside front cover.

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Publisher: Learning and Skills Council
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Date Deposited: 03 Nov 2011 10:01
Last Modified: 20 Mar 2015 12:16
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