DCELLS

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DCELLSDepartment for Children Education Lifelong Learning and Skills (UK)
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He said: EUR[pounds sterling]As you may be aware, since coming into post, I have been discussing the restructuring of the department with DCELLS staff.
It may be that what is needed now is the equivalent of the 20 new policies for DCELLS itself."
Around half of the project was funded by the Assembly Government's Department for Children, Education, Lifelong Learning and Skills (DCELLS) as part of a pounds 50m investment project to improve colleges in Wales.
Yes, that means continuing to roll out the Foundation Phase, continue our investment in Flying Start in our most disadvantaged communities and supporting the budgets for schools, both within the Department for Children Education Lifelong Learning and Skills (DCELLS) and through local authorities, to a near 5% growth over the next three years.
The Department for Children Education, Lifelong Learning and Skills (DCELLS) estimated that in the past seven years colleges have saved pounds 27.4m through procurement alone.
Mr Davies has joined Agored from the qualifications regulator in Wales, part of the Department for Children, Education, Lifelong Learning and Skills (DCELLS) at the Assembly Government.
DCELLS has undergone considerable upheaval since its merger with five formerly separate education bodies in 2006.
She added: "In discussing the classification of the new qualification with DCELLS, WJEC's view was that it should be classed as a vocational qualification, rather than a general one.
The Military Preparation College, which has four centres in Wales, has been backed by the Assembly's Department for Children, Education, Lifelong Learning and Skills (DCELLS).
These added-value factors are largely overlooked and unrecognised by key Welsh Assembly departments, such as the Department for Children, Education, Lifelong Learning and Skills (DCELLS) and the Department for Economy and Transport.
French Solutions has received support from FS4B, including: nHelping to secure a pounds 6,000 SIF towards IT equipment and software and a pounds 25,000 FinanceWales Loan nTraining support via Dcells andWorkforce development programme n Newport City Council Start-Up Rent Subsidy and Business Security Grant and may apply for a pounds 5,000 Economic Development Grant and an ICT Grant n Environmental and Equalities Advice via FS4B n Advice on tendering via the Supplier Development Service For further information on French Solutions please call Julian French on 07786858814, e-mail julian@frenchsolutionsltd.com or see www.frenchsolutionsltd.com