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Minister thanks Wales’ training providers but wants more to boost skills

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English | Welsh Minister for Welsh Language and Lifelong Learning, Eluned Morgan gave work-based learning providers across Wales a big pat on the back at their annual conference before challenging them to do even more to generate a highly skilled … Read more »

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Conference set to reveal future for work-based learning sector in Wales

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English | Cymraeg Senior leaders and Work-based learning managers from across Wales will gather at the Celtic Manor Resort, Newport next month to discover what the future holds for them as they strive to deliver a highly skilled workforce for … Read more »

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Skills partnership key to delivering economic success in Wales

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English | Cymraeg A partnership between every organisation involved in the delivery of work-based skills in Wales is essential for economic success, a major national event in Cardiff was told yesterday (Thursday). More than 180 delegates, including work-based learning providers … Read more »

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National conference targets employers and apprenticeship providers

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English | Cymraeg Apprenticeships Recruitment and workforce upskilling will be the focus of a national conference in Cardiff later this month which brings together employers and learning providers from across Wales. Following the introduction of the apprenticeship levy, employers in … Read more »

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Regional Skills Partnerships influence direction of work-based learning

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Work-based learning providers across Wales have been urged to ensure that their future strategy is influenced by employment skills plans produced by the country’s three Regional Skills Partnerships, which identify priority sectors for skills investment The call came from Sarah … Read more »

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Securing future of work-based learning in Wales sets conference agenda

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Securing the future of work-based learning programmes in a time of change is the challenging theme of a major conference in the Welsh capital next month. National Training Federation for Wales (NTfW), which represents more than 100 organisations involved in … Read more »

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Welsh Government’s work-based learning plans outlined to training providers

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The Welsh Government’s ambitious plans for work-based learning were outlined to the nation’s training providers at their annual conference. Deputy Minister for Skills and Technology Julie James told members of the National Training Federation for Wales’ (NTfW), at the Celtic … Read more »

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Establishing a World Class System for Apprenticeships in Wales

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Training providers from across Wales gather at the Celtic Manor Resort, Newport today for the National Training Federation for Wales’ annual conference. Chairman Peter Rees talks about the challenges and opportunities facing work-based learning in Wales. By Peter Rees, NTfW … Read more »

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Conference to focus on building world class skills system in Wales

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Identifying what more can be done to build a world class skills system in Wales will be the focus of this year’s annual conference for work-based learning providers from across the country. The conference, organised by the National Training Federation … Read more »

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Welsh employers to be asked to co-invest in apprenticeships

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A work-based learning landscape influenced by diminishing Welsh Government funding support for post 25 apprenticeships and a need for co-investment by employers was painted at a major conference. Deputy Minister for Skills and Technology Julie James told delegates at the … Read more »

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