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04 August 2011
The Deputy Minister for Skills outlined his commitment to raising skill levels and boosting the profile of vocational qualifications during a visit to this year’s Eisteddfod.
01 August 2011
New contractual agreements to deliver the Welsh Government’s Apprenticeships, Traineeships, and Steps to Employment programmes, and provide more opportunities to young people, start this week.
26 July 2011
More than 4,000 young people across North West Wales who are at risk of falling out of school or further education are set to benefit from a new £15 million scheme to improve their chances of success.
22 July 2011
Steady progress has been made on implementing the Welsh Government’s Welsh-medium Education Strategy
12 July 2011
The Wales Employment and Skills Board (WESB) has published its report ‘Skills for Jobs: Priorities’
08 July 2011
Education Minister announces over £165,000 of funding to enable the continuation of an innovative project to promote singing in schools
08 July 2011
Eleven Welsh organisations have won the right to ‘Showcase’ at the world's largest international skills competition
07 July 2011
Deputy Minister for Skills visits the British Gas Green Skills Training Centre in Tredegar
01 July 2011
The Deputy Minister for Skills has outlined the importance to the economy of developing computer skills amongst young people.
01 July 2011
A Carmarthenshire student has been chosen to represent the UK at WorldSkills London 2011.
29 June 2011
Education Minister sets out progress made on the 20 point plan to raise standards and performance across the board in Wales.
28 June 2011
A new statutory National Literacy and Numeracy Framework for all learners aged 5 to 14 is to be introduced in schools across Wales
22 June 2011
Deputy Minister for Skills calls for vocational qualifications to receive the same recognition as their academic counterparts.
21 June 2011
Part-time students, ordinarily resident in Wales, will be entitled to the same fee support as those who choose to study full time
20 June 2011
Young people across South Wales who are at risk of dropping out of school or their further education studies are set to benefit from a new £13 million scheme to improve their chances of success.
16 June 2011
Work on a new school to provide a 21st century learning environment for children in Ceredigion has officially started.
15 June 2011
Education Minister welcomes HEFCW's robust response to submitted fee plans
15 June 2011
ProAct scheme is re-opened to help companies whose business has been disrupted by the Japanese earthquakes.
13 June 2011
Education and Skills Minister approves over £6million over three years for the roll-out of the Welsh-language Sabbatical Scheme.
06 June 2011
Two new research projects will drive forward skills within the creative media industries and create more employment opportunities.
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