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The Duke was then taken on an in-depth tour of the open-plan building, which is the new collective home of the Engineering and Technology Board, the Engineering Council UK, SEMTA, STEMNET, Women into Science, Engineering and Construction, the Sector Skills Development Agency, and Engineers Against Poverty.
Dr Rachel Jones of the Sector Skills Development Agency said, "These figures vividly demonstrate that the skills deficit is the biggest economic issue facing Wales in the 21st century.
Delegates heard from Bruce Draper, dubbed Britain's Best Boss 2006, and Corri Van de Stege, head of skills for young people with the Sector Skills Development Agency.
More worryingly, the Sector Skills Development Agency has found that in Germany and Sweden, young adults are much more literate and numerate than older people - this is not the case in the UK.
Sector Skills Development Agency chief executive Mark Fisher said: "Employers recognise you need more than just academic qualifications to be successful in the workplace.
The research, produced by the Learning and Skills Council in partnership with the Department for Education and Skills and the Sector Skills Development Agency, is based on interviews with 74,500 employers of varying sizes across different sectors and locations in England.
The funding, from the Sector Skills Development Agency, will allow the design of new programmes which meet employers' requirements.
The PSG is looking for funding from the Department of Trade and Industry and the Sector Skills Development Agency.
The project was organised by abroad based partnership including the Assembly Government, ELWa,the WDA, the Welsh Local Government Association, the Sector Skills Development Agency,Jobcentre Plus and Careers Wales.
Under the trading name of Improve, the FDSSC launched its manifesto in November, having submitted its plans in January to the government's Sector Skills Development Agency (SSDA), which would fund the scheme.