Union learning reps (ULRs) are volunteers who are willing to encourage and support other colleagues with learning in the workplace.

Any UNISON member who is interested in learning and enjoys helping people can become a ULR – you don’t need to be involved in the branch already. ULRs help their colleagues identify the skills they need to move on, and help them sort out things like time off to train, loans, grants and funding, or any additional support they might need.

NameJob TitleEmployerWorkplaceEmail Address
Susan HallidayComputer TechniciansAvon Fire and RescueAvon Fire & Rescuesusan.halliday@avonfire.gov.uk
David DownerLearning Support AssistantDiocese of Bristol Academies TrustEaston CofE Primary Schooldd007b8530@blueyonder.co.uk
Andy TaylorRecycling OperativeBristol Waste CompanyBristol Waste Companyandytaylor70@aol.co.uk
Jagruti MajithiaLibrary AssistantBristol City CouncilHenbury Libraryjagruti_majithia@hotmail.com
Lynnette ParfittHealth Improvement PractitionerBristol City CouncilThe WIthywood Centrelynn.parfitt23@gmail.com
Kathleen PittmanReceptionistBristol City CouncilThe Create Centrekathleen.pittman@bristol.gov.uk
Alan ThomasEstates Information OfficerBristol City CouncilPark View Office Campusalan.thomas@bristol.gov.uk
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