Category Archives: Newsletter

News from the Education Workforce Council

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English | Cymraeg Take your next career steps with Educators Wales Are you looking to take your next career steps in education? Or maybe you’re an organisation looking to post a job, qualification, or professional learning opportunity? Well Are you … Read more »

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Work-Based Learning Digital Transformation

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English | Cymraeg There’s something about approaching the end of the year that prompts one to look back, reflect and wonder what next? My reflections took me back to 2008, when we undertook a WBL e-learning survey. At that time … Read more »

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Nominations have opened for the annual Inspire! Adult Learning Awards 2022

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English | Cymraeg Learning and Work Institute Wales are calling for nominations on behalf of people, community projects and organisations across Wales who demonstrate the transformation that lifelong learning can make, and whose learning achievements demonstrate outstanding passion, commitment and … Read more »

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Reviewing future qualifications and new Learner Group

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English | Cymraeg Qualifications Wales is reviewing how future qualifications can best support the new Curriculum for Wales and is also looking for learners to join their ‘Vocational/Work-Based Learner Group’ to talk with the learners and understand the challenges they … Read more »

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Welsh competitors collect 69 medals at WorldSkills UK final

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English | Cymraeg Team Wales won a total of 16 gold, 19 silver, 17 bronze and 17 highly commended medals at the WorldSkills UK National Final competitions, as more than 400 students and apprentices from across the UK battled it … Read more »

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Pob Cam – Every Step

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English | Cymraeg The North Wales Regional Skills Partnership recently hosted a social media campaign, ‘Pob Cam’, meaning ‘every step’. Our aim was to highlight that no matter which path you choose to take in your education or your career, … Read more »

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News from Cardiff Capital Region Skills Partnership

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English | Cymraeg Careers Information, Advice and Guidance Mapping Through the Employment and Skills Plan 2019-22, the Cardiff Capital Region Skills Partnership (CCRSP) has identified ‘Establishing more effective approaches to careers information, advice and guidance to address issues of sector … Read more »

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Using Welsh in the Workplace

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English | Cymraeg Twelve Apprenticeship Ambassadors have been appointed with the aim to inspire other apprentices and prospective apprentices to use their Welsh language skills in the workplace, and to consider completing their apprenticeship either partly or wholly through the … Read more »

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New five year plan focuses on inclusive apprenticeships for Wales

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English | Cymraeg Apprenticeship providers across Wales have produced a five-year blueprint focussed on delivering an inclusive Apprenticeship Programme which provides equal opportunities to currently under-represented groups of people. The Apprenticeships Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Strategy’s goal is to … Read more »

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Engineering the future of qualifications in Wales

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English | Cymraeg Young people in Wales thinking of a career in engineering may in future have an opportunity to study the subject for a new GCSE. Engineering and manufacturing play an important part in the Welsh economy, employing more … Read more »

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