ESiW provides free help to businesses throughout Wales to identify, address and improve skills within the workplace, such as communication, numeracy and ICT.
We'd urge businesses to consider the free ESiW scheme to help identify ways of improving employees skills and implementing support to make them more proficient, including gaining valuable qualifications.
Businesses throughout Wales are already realising how improved employee skills can impact positively on a business, customers and the employees themselves through career development within the business itself," said Nia Evans, regional skills co-ordinator for ESiW.
We are inviting employers from the care sector in South Wales to come and meet us and to see how developing the skills of their employees in literacy, numeracy and IT training can help them with support through ESiW.
Glyn Jones, Coleg Llandrillo's ESiW
coordinator, is currently negotiating with a number of schools to create a package that best meets the needs of the schools and staff.
programme offers employers the chance to identify and address skills issues in their workplace, such as literacy, communication, numeracy and ICT.