Workshops 2019

English | Cymraeg

Session 1

1. Apprenticeships Programme Developments

Heather Davidson
Apprenticeships Unit, Welsh Government

2. Best practice in supporting disabled learners


3. The changing role of WBL Practitioners – From assessors to educators

Cassy Taylor
Associate Director – VQs, Qualifications Wales

4. Digitisation and e-learning

Alyson Nicholson
Director – Wales, Jisc

5. Meeting Employers’ Needs – A perspective from the RSP’s

Sian Lloyd-Roberts, Jane Lewis and David Price
Regional Skills Partnerships Managers

Session 2

6. Transforming Technical and Professional education

Welsh Government

7. Best practice in supporting learner well-being (inc. mental health)


8. Increasing the impact of your professional learning

Esther Barratt, Jisc; Berni Tyler, Pembrokeshire College;
Bethan Stacey and Rhian Maggs, Education Workforce Council

9. Working Wales

Careers Wales

10. Opportunities and challenges for developing Bilingual Learners’ Skills

Lowri Morgans and Dafydd Trystan
Head of FE and Apprenticeships, Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol

Please note: We recognise that on some occasions changes to the conference programme will occur. In instances where this happens, we will inform all those concerned.