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New learning website for workers in Wales

The Open University (OU) in Wales and Wales TUC have launched a new website to support more people into lifelong learning. gives information on OU degrees and free courses, as well as funding available for all workers in Wales.

The new site contains descriptions of OU courses which are popular with people looking to upskill or change their career - undergraduate, postgraduate and Access courses which can help people take their first step into higher education.

Users can also find out about the Wales Union Learning Fund (WULF), which has been set up by Welsh Government to help people learn through their union, and in the workplace. also has an introduction to OpenLearn, the OU's free learning website with over 10,000 hours of free learning, including online courses, videos, articles and games.

Ben Lewis, director of the OU in Wales said: "Studying with the OU is a great way to learn new skills and unlock your potential, while managing other commitments like work and family."

Shavanah Taj, Wales TUC general secretary added: "We are delighted to be partnering with the OU on this exciting new website which provides thousands of hours of free learning."

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