A federation of training providers has welcomed a pledge by Minister for Education and the Welsh Language Jeremy Miles to ensure equality between vocational and academic routes of learning in Wales.
A ground-breaking Apprenticeship in Energy and Carbon Management is being launched in Wales to help businesses move towards the country's Net Zero target by 2050.
The new apprenticeship qualification – the first in Wales – is being delivered by award-winning training provider Cambrian Training Company and is designed for companies of all sizes and industries to save money and reduce their carbon footprint.
The strategic director of a federation of training providers in Wales believes real progress has been made with the Welsh Government in the past year towards achieving its goal - parity of esteem for work-based learning.
The countdown has begun for this year’s prestigious Apprenticeship Awards Cymru entries, as the closing date of noon on June 16 is fast approaching.
Highlight of the year for apprentices, employers and work-based learning providers and practitioners, the awards are organised by the Welsh Government and supported by the National Training Federation for Wales (NTFW).
A search has been launched to find the best apprentices, employers and work-based learning practitioners across Wales.
Entries are being sought for the prestigious Apprenticeship Awards Cymru before the closing date of 12 noon on June 16.
Expanding international food company Kepak Group, named Large Employer of the Year at last year’s Apprenticeship Awards Cymru, is encouraging entries for this year’s prestigious awards which are launched today (May 16).