NTfW Annual Conference 2018

English | Cymraeg

Building a high skilled economy from strong foundations

took place on Thursday 28 June 2018
at The Celtic Manor Resort, Newport

L-R: Sarah Harris, Assistant Director (Vocational Qualifications), WJEC; Dr John Graystone, Executive Chair of the Board, Agored Cymru; Andrea Melvin, Head of Learner Provision, Skills, Higher Education and Lifelong Learning, Welsh Government; Eluned Morgan AM, Minister for Welsh Language and Lifelong Learning and Sarah John, Chair, NTfW.

Left-Right: Sarah Harris, Assistant Director (Vocational Qualifications), WJEC; Dr John Graystone, Executive Chair of the Board, Agored Cymru; Andrea Melvin, Head of Learner Provision, Skills, Higher Education and Lifelong Learning, Welsh Government; Eluned Morgan AM, Minister for Welsh Language and Lifelong Learning and Sarah John, Chair, NTfW.

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

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 workforce.

More than 180 delegates gathered at the Celtic Manor Resort, Newport to hear the Minister and a series of speakers refer to the changing employment landscape in Wales that is creating new demands on training providers.

Themed ‘Building a high skilled economy from strong foundations’, the National Training Federation for Wales (NTfW) conference gazed into the crystal ball to see what the future might look like. Read more >>>

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cognisoft Qualifications Wales Skills Cymru
ISEiW RLSPSWW Jisc
Get Yourself Noticed Education Workforce Council EHRC
Cymreag Alliance Manchester Business School Cardiff Capital Region Skills Partnership
North Wales Economic Ambitions Board CBI Citizens Wales
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