The National Training Federation for Wales (NTfW)’s CQFW Project aimed to identify the impact and requirements of Work-based Learning Providers, to successfully implement the introduction of the Credit and Qualifications Framework for Wales (CQFW).
It was recognised that NTfW members had to be aware of the impact and requirements to address the implications of CQFW on all existing arrangements for the delivery and management of funded outcomes. NTfW was given funding by the Welsh Assembly Government to “develop and implement an action plan to implement CQFW within the training provider sector in Wales”.
The National Training Federation for Wales (NTfW) received funding from the Welsh Government to deliver workshops which were aimed at assessors and tutors wishing to find out ideas and activities which helped them integrate ESDGC into their qualifications. After all the workshops took place an on-line resource was then developed.
The National Training Federation for Wales (NTfW) was successful in securing a substantial contract with the Welsh Government to deliver the Essential Skills in the Workplace (ESiW) Programme across Wales. NTfW’s ESiW Programme was delivered through a network of 10 quality assured Work-based Learning Providers, all of which had considerable experience in delivering training within the workplace.
Money for Life was Lloyds Banking Group’s award-winning personal money management programme, targeted at young people and adults in the wider Further Education, work-based learning and community learning sectors.
At a time of economic uncertainty and pressure on household budgets in the UK, it was more important than ever for people to gain skills to manage their money and make the best choices now, and for their future. Money management is about having the knowledge, skills, confidence and motivation to manage your money well.