The report was commissioned by City & Guilds and NTfW
to look at ways of further improving the successful Apprenticeships Programme in Wales.
Showcasing excellence in skills development in Wales, the joint National Training and Apprenticeship Awards were organised by the Welsh Government in partnership with the National Training Federation Wales (NTfW
The report was commissioned by City & Guilds and the NTfW
with support from the City & Guilds National Advisory Committee for Wales to look at ways of improving the successful Apprenticeships Programme in Wales.
She is one of five members of a NTfW
apprenticeships team appointed in an effort to make it easier for employers to engage with the Welsh Government's apprenticeships programme.
Wynne Roberts, NTfW
chairman, praised the Welsh Government, and said: "The award finalists are ambassadors who I am sure will champion skills programmes as one of the solutions for economic recovery."
We must also not forget that, over the past 12 months, the NTFW
has become the one-stop shop for all apprenticeship inquiries, taking forward the referral process from the Welsh Government's Business Wales Skills Gateway.
She is one of five members of a new NTfW
Apprenticeships Team appointed to make it easier for employers to engage with the Welsh Government's Apprenticeships Programme.
But the National Training Federation for Wales (NTFW
), which represents about 100 organisations involved in the delivery of learning in the workplace, has warned that financial support to employers offering to recruit and train young apprentices will be cut by PS10.7m in the next year.
, which is celebrating its 10th birthday this year, has links to 35,000 employers across Wales.
Sarah John, NTfW
chairman, said the awards were the highlight of the year for everyone connected with the delivery of the successful Apprenticeships and Traineeships Programmes.
The National Training Federation for Wales (NTfW
) has chosen 'Building a high skilled economy from strong foundations' as the theme for its annual conference on June 28.
The National Training Federation for Wales (NTFW
), which represents about 100 organisations involved in the delivery of learning in the workplace, said changes to the Young Recruits Programme could see young people currently enrolled on an apprenticeship struggle to fulfil their course.