The Welsh Government has announced a 13% increase in the allocation of funding for Adult Community Learning.
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.
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.
As the world marked International Literacy Day, Cerys Furlong, Learning and Work Institute Director in Wales, discussed how Welsh Government should embrace family learning as a way to tackle inequalities in literacy levels and improve access to learning for parents as well as children.
on 06 Apr 2016
on 01 Feb 2016
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.
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.
on 05 Nov 2015
NIACE members have voted to accept changes that will pave the way for a full merger with the CESI/Inclusion and to becoming the Learning and Work Institute from 1 January 2016.
Yet with the right support in place they can achieve highly in further and higher education, and successfully progress into work.
NIACE Cymru is delighted to confirm that the 2016 edition of the Annual Raymond Williams Memorial Lecture will take place next year on Tuesday 9th February, and will be delivered by the internation
August 1st 2015 marks the creation of WEA YMCA CC Cymru. The new body will be seeking to strengthen the position of adult learning in Wales.