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Below are the RMT Learning Team and their contact details.

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RMT Learning

2nd Floor. Unity House

39 Chalton St London

NW1 1JD

Email: E.king@rmt.org.uk

Telephone: 02075 298820

Face Book: Rmt Learning
Twitter: @RMT Learning

Senior Learning Organiser

Emily King

Emily King        email: e.king@rmt.org.uk           Tel: 0207 529 8820

Emily’s role is to manage the team, have ultimate accountability and oversee all areas of the project. Report to the RMT Steering committee on progress and areas where the lifelong learning agenda impacts on the other areas of RMT activity and influence.

Assistant Project Manager / Contract Lead

Donna Murray

Donna Murray                email: s@rmt.org.uk                      Tel: 0207 529 8820

Donna deputises for the Senior Learning Organiser (SLO)when necessary. She is also responsible for collating and reporting on the outcomes and running of the project to the SLO and Unionlearn. Overseeing deadlines, monitoring expenditure and supporting the Learning Organisers

Learning Organiser Union Learning Representative Lead

Karen Skelly

Karen Skelly                  email: k.skelley@rmt.org.uk     Tel: 07776380704

Karen is responsible for the day to day management and support of almost 200 Union Learning reps. Organising their training and follow up support. Collection of outcomes and advice and guidance on issues from release to setting up an event.

Karen lives with her husband Steve in Pontyclun, Wales, with their 4 children (all boys).  Having started her family at a young age Karen went to work in events management and fundraising for a local and a National Charity. Taking a career break as her family grew she became a Childminder as well as full time mum. During this time she rebooted her education and achieved a degree as a Mature Student. Karen joined the RMT Learning team in 2013. She says "I understand how life can get in the way of your plans but there is no reason why your education can’t still continue or that learning can't still be a part of your life.  Through RMT Learning I support reps and learners which fills me with pride every single day.

Learning Organiser Apprenticeships lead

 

Learning Organiser Campaigns Lead

Ivor Riddell

Ivor Riddell                  email: i.riddell@rmt.org.uk       Tel: 07519 721667

Ivor’s Role is to support the other team members and Union Learning reps with publicity and promoting all areas of the project and the work of the ULRs. Manage the teams online presence. Design and distribute resources for ULRs. Both hard copy and online. Organise briefings, ULR Regional Forums and promote RMT Learning and the wider union and when and wherever possible. He also produces the 2 monthly e-newsletters and twice yearly ULR Updates which celebrate the success of Lifelong Learning and how it benefits the RMT in all its core areas.

Ivor Lives in Gillingham in Kent, with his wife Jane, their 5 children have all grown up and left home. He has worked within the Transport sector for most of his life to date starting with the Railway, then Bus Driving and Lorry Driving, a period as a House Husband and back to The Railway as a Conductor in 2003. Ivor became a ULR in 2004. Seconded from his Train Operating Company Ivor has been working within RMT Learning since 2009 and says he is passionate about learning and empowering others through learning and education; making them more confident and our union stronger.

Learning Organiser Learning Agreements Lead

Petrit Mihaj

Petrit Mihaj:                    email:  p.mihaj@rmt.org.uk          Tel: 07877 547727

The role involves reviewing ongoing Learning Agreements and identifying where they can be strengthened. Identifying where there are no Learning Agreements, working with the team, local ULRs and the Regional Organiser to progress towards the setting up of new LAs.

Ensuring key areas are supported through the LAs such as Hard to Reach Learners, Apprentices,  low paid migrant workers and contractors.

 

 

 

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