The deal is part of the single status negotiations, intended to harmonise pay and conditions. It will not be formally agreed until all other elements of single status are agreed.
The draft binds employers to full co-operation with unions on establishing and implementing local training schemes. According to Unison it states that resources should be shared equally between manual and white-collar staff.
'Professional staff get a higher quality training than clerical and manual staff,' Unison national officer Hugh Robertson said.
The draft agreement says part-time workers should have equal access to training and equality should be prioritised.