Eleven Apprenticeship Ambassadors from a diverse range of occupations are spreading the word about the Welsh medium and bilingual apprenticeship opportunities available across Wales.
To support International Women's Day (IWD) an organisation that represents training providers across Wales hosted three discussions during March focused on achieving gender balance and diversity in apprenticeships.
Two leading work-based learning providers will be helping to deliver the new Jobs Growth Wales+ programme for young people which has been launched by the Welsh Government.
Star employers, inspirational learners and dedicated work-based learning practitioners across Wales have been shortlisted for this year’s prestigious Apprenticeship Awards Cymru on June 17.
The annual celebration of outstanding achievement in training and apprenticeships will see 35 finalists compete in 12 categories for awards at a virtual ceremony.
Karen Richards, who inspires and supports her accountancy learners to be the best they can be, has been named Wales’ Work-based Learning Tutor of the Year.
Karen, 54, from Blackwood, who has been the accounting tutor and co-ordinator with ACT in Cardiff since 2016, secured the award at the Apprenticeship Awards Cymru 2021 virtual ceremony.