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If you'll be joining us for the first time we recommend you view our webinar setup tips at the bottom of this page to make sure you'll have no problems on the day.
What does the budget mean for public services? Kam Gill (TUC) and Sarah Arnold (New Economics Foundation), 14th November 2018, 2:30PM
Can't join, won't join - lessons learned from organising young workers, carl roper, 9th October 2018
Download Carl's PowerPoint slides.
- Value my skills cards (useful game for mid-life development reviews)
- Futurelearn (quality free online courses)
- Quick Reads
- Watch the replay on Crowdcast or a recording on Youtube
- Download the presentation slides: PowerPoint or PDF
- Apprenticeships Toolkit
- Apprenticeship Levy - 15 Useful Negotiating tips
- Accessible Apprenticeships
- Unions Supporting High Quality Apprenticeships
Resources related to this webinar:
PUBLIC SECTOR PAY – MATT DYKES, SEPTEMBER 28, 2017
- View the recording on Crowdcast or Youtube
- Download Hugh's PowerPoint presentation for this webinar
- Download Occupational Cancer – A Workplace Guide from the TUC.
Tackling stress in the workplace – hugh robertson - June 15, 2017
You may find the following related PDF resources helpful (right-click and choose 'save as' to download them):
- Work and well being (2015)
- Tackling workplace stress using the HSE Stress Management Standards
- Mental health and the workplace
Webinar set up
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Trouble shooting tips for your IT administrator:
You should whitelist outbound TCP, non-SSL web traffic on port 443, and whitelist the following by domain:
Minimum requirement: TCP port 443 open for non-web traffic.
Better experience: In addition to the minimum requirement ensure that UDP port 3478 is open.
Best experience: In addition to both the above, ensure that UDP ports 1025-65535 are open.