This afternoon’s debate is crucial to consider how Welsh Government can respond to the crisis in the steel industry in Wales, you can read our response to the crisis here.
Lynda Sullivan continues her journey – read Lynda’s story here
The Draft Budget safeguards most post-16 education, but cuts to the HE budget may result in fewer opportunities for students to study part time at university. Cerys Furlong, Director of the Learning and Work Institute said:...Read more »
Announcements this week from both the Welsh Conservatives and the Welsh Liberal Democrats show that consensus is building around the skills challenges which Wales faces. Those challenges are outlined in NIACE Cymru’s document “The post-16 challenge”...Read more »
A new independent research, development and campaigning organisation, Learning and Work Institute, launches today, with the aim of promoting lifelong learning, full employment and inclusion. The new organisation, which brings together the ‘National Institute of Adult...Read more »
At its Annual General Meeting (AGM) 4 November, NIACE members voted to accept changes that will pave the way for full merger with the Centre for Economic and Social Inclusion (CESI/Inclusion) and to becoming the Learning...Read more »
Yet with the right support in place they can achieve highly in further and higher education, and successfully progress into work. To ensure they get the support they need, NIACE has published a guide for FE...Read more »