Wendy Ellaway-Lock

Internal Services Manager

Wendy is the Internal Services Manager at Learning and Work Wales and joined then NIACE Cymru in 1994. Wendy works to the Director for Wales and supports the Heads of Learning and Work Cymru. This includes project logistics planning and budget management, as well as being responsible for office systems, accommodation strategies, buildings and maintenance and health and safety regulations.

Wendy is responsible for the co-ordination and distribution of papers for the Wales Strategy Group and plays a key role in the co-ordination and evaluation of all external events including conferences and training programmes.



In the 2nd middle-school period, learners will often make an effort to rebel to be able to determine themselves.
12th August 2019 by Wendy Ellaway-Lock

In the 2nd middle-school period, learners will often make an effort to rebel to be able to determine themselves.

If you’re tasked to make your personal persuasive writing issues and you will need to create about it, then it is often quite difficult particularly if you’re not willing to composing. Normally, you will need to...Read more »

Public Good and a Prosperous Wales
2nd November 2017 by Wendy Ellaway-Lock

Public Good and a Prosperous Wales

Response from Learning and Work Cymru to the Welsh Government White Paper:  Public Good and a Prosperous Wales – Building a reformed PCET system. L&W response

New Leadership for Learning and Work Institute in Wales
17th March 2017 by Wendy Ellaway-Lock

New Leadership for Learning and Work Institute in Wales

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 »

19th February 2017 by Wendy Ellaway-Lock

Opening up education

Openness is everywhere in education at the moment: at the back end of 2011 a free course in Artificial Intelligence had over 160,000 learners enrolled; in 2012 in the UK the Government followed other national bodies...Read more »

6th February 2017 by Wendy Ellaway-Lock

Learning and Work Institute response to Cabinet Secretary for Education Kirsty Williams AM statement on The Hazelkorn Review of Welsh Education on 31 January 2017

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 »

27th January 2017 by Wendy Ellaway-Lock

“Adult Learning changes lives” – L&W welcomes Adult Learning boost

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 »

21st November 2016 by Wendy Ellaway-Lock

Learning for Health

With serious pressures facing our health service across Wales, Learning and Work Institute and Aneurin Bevan University Health Board are teaming up to look at how we can work better together to deliver services which support...Read more »

25th October 2016 by Wendy Ellaway-Lock

Learning and Work for Care Leavers in Wales and England

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 »

28th September 2016 by Wendy Ellaway-Lock

New Chief Executive at Learning and Work Institute

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 »