The following support is available to all GMB members at Knowsley Council. Working alongside the Reach Out project and a number of partners across the NW&I region support and training is available for GMB members to access whenever you need it.
All enquiries are dealt with in confidence and can be accessed by contacting your local Union Learning Rep or a GMB Reach Out Project officer.
Members can access a wide range or training opportunities online or classroom based.
Our online courses include CPD and vocational training opportunities whether you want to improve your skills or apply for a promotion.
Our dedicated tutors can help members with Maths, English and IT across a number of our learning centres in the NW&I region. With small class sizes and a unique learning experience members can be confident in their success.
Available to all members, arrange a one to one session with The Listening Space.
Take a few moments to talk and discuss any problems or concerns you may have and gain techniques and tools to learn how best to deal with them.
Available through Zoom, onsite or at one of our learning centres (Covid restrictions allowing) GMB members can book a face to face meeting with one our of project workers to discuss you learning and work place needs.
Get in touch with the team to arrange a booking or find out more information.
Independent 1-1 advice with a qualified financial adviser focussing on future planning, investments, retirement and more.
Debt management: if you are struggling with managing debt or have any concerns, arrange a 1-1 confidential discussion to make a plan of action and how to overcome any future challenges.
To arrange a confidential appointment call: 0161 877 9439 or
Are there members in your workplace in need of a specific workshop?
Do you need help with an ongoing workplace concern?
Our project workers can work with ULRs in your workplace to design a bespoke workshop to look at problems you're facing at work. Past bespoke workshops have included Menopause awareness and Mental Health awareness.
*Covid restrictions will affect how workshops can be offered.