27 April 2017 marks the formal launch of Addysg Oedolion Cymru | Adult Learning Wales, an independent voluntary adult education movement and the largest all-Wales provider of adult learning – coming as the result of mergers...Read more »
Experienced campaigner, David Hagendyk will be joining Learning and Work Institute as the new Director for Wales. David has eighteen years experience of political campaigns and policy development in Wales. He will join Learning and Work...Read more »
The Cabinet Secretary’s Statement provides leadership and direction of travel towards a more joined up approach to post-compulsory education and a welcome recognition of the need for access to flexible education and training throughout life. Our...Read more »
The Welsh Government has announced a 13% increase in the allocation of funding for Adult Community Learning. Following this announcement, Kay Smith, Head of Research Development and Policy at Learning and Work Institute commented: “Following...Read more »
To mark the start of National Care Leavers’ Week, Learning and Work Institute is launching new ways to improve the chances for Looked After Young People and Care Leavers. The picture in Wales At...Read more »
Stephen Evans will take over in September as CEO at Learning and Work Institute, following the departure of David Hughes who will become CEO at Association of Colleges. Stephen was chosen after a competitive open...Read more »
You can read Stephen Evans, (Deputy Chief Executive – Development and Research) blog on the Next Frontiers of Welfare Reform here.