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Wales Labour Market Statistics – August 2020
11th August 2020 by Wendy Ellaway-Lock

Wales Labour Market Statistics – August 2020

This briefing sets out analysis of the ONS labour market statistics for Wales, released on the morning of 11th August 2020. The data cover the number of people claiming benefits up to July 2020, and the...Read more »

Wales Labour Market Statistics – June 2020
16th June 2020 by Nisha Patel

Wales Labour Market Statistics – June 2020

This briefing sets out analysis of the ONS labour market statistics for Wales, released on the morning of 16th June 2020. The data cover the number of people claiming benefits up to May 2020, and the...Read more »

Wales faces unemployment crisis with one in five jobs in ‘shutdown sectors’ 
24th April 2020 by David Hagendyk

Wales faces unemployment crisis with one in five jobs in ‘shutdown sectors’ 

New analysis shows Wales faces a post-pandemic jobs crisis with unemployment set to exceed the level seen during the last recession, and a particularly severe impact on young people. The analysis, conducted by Learning and Work...Read more »

Focus on Wales as Personal Learning Account pilot launched
18th September 2019 by David Hagendyk

Focus on Wales as Personal Learning Account pilot launched

Personal Learning Accounts are back in fashion. In England the Liberal Democrats have announced plans for a £9000 Learning and Skills Account, while Sajid Javid floated similar plans during the Conservative Leadership contest.  Around the world similar models...Read more »

Young people in poorest areas of Wales still left behind after two decades of devolution
21st May 2019 by Roisin Sheebh

Young people in poorest areas of Wales still left behind after two decades of devolution

‘Youth Opportunity Index’ shows stark divides in education and employment outcomes for young people across Wales The education and employment opportunities young people in Wales can expect are still being dictated by where they live –...Read more »

Annual Raymond Williams Memorial Lecture 2018
18th October 2018 by Nisha Patel

Annual Raymond Williams Memorial Lecture 2018

This year’s Learning and Work Institute Annual Raymond Williams Memorial Lecture was delivered by Cabinet Secretary for Education Kirsty Williams. The event was organised in partnership with The Open University in Wales and took place on...Read more »

Community Hubs: Strengthening Communities Conference
6th July 2018 by David Hagendyk

Community Hubs: Strengthening Communities Conference

The Communities Hub Conference was organised and delivered in partnership with Welsh Government and Building Communities Trust, which took place on Tuesday 3rd July at the Redhouse in Merthyr Tydfil. The conference was aimed at: Sharing...Read more »

A fantastic opportunity to step back into education
21st June 2018 by David Hagendyk

A fantastic opportunity to step back into education

This week hundreds of events are taking place across Wales to mark Adult Learners’ Week.  Organised by Learning and Work Institute Cymru and supported by the Welsh Government, this is the 27th anniversary of Adult Learners’...Read more »

The Inspire! Adult Learning Awards 2018
7th June 2018 by Nisha Patel

The Inspire! Adult Learning Awards 2018

The Inspire! Adult Learning Awards is an annual event co-ordinated by Learning and Work Institute Wales in partnership with the Welsh Government and other supporters, including The Open University in Wales, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board,...Read more »

National Apprenticeship Week 2018
2nd March 2018 by Nisha Patel

National Apprenticeship Week 2018

New research from Learning and Work Institute released ahead of National Apprenticeships Week suggests one in five employers of apprentices are unsure of the rules on apprentice pay. The findings from a survey of over 2000...Read more »