Morning, Thursday, 19th April 2018
Park Inn Hotel, Mary Ann Street, Cardiff CF10 2JH
THIS EVENT IS CPD CERTIFIED
This seminar will focus on the priorities for apprenticeships in Wales.
It comes two years into the Welsh Government’s commitment to deliver 100,000 Apprenticeships over the course of the Assembly and a year after the UK Government’s introduction of the Apprenticeships Levy.
Those attending will discuss the Welsh Government’s Apprenticeships Skills Policy Plan released in February 2017, which focused on the four key areas of increasing the number of 16-19 apprenticeships, addressing skills shortages, developing higher level skills and developing skills pathways.
Delegates will discuss the progress that has been made so far in implementing the plan and delivering 100,000 apprenticeships and the steps needed to successfully deliver the rest of the plan.
Further sessions will discuss the role of Apprenticeships within the Welsh Government’s Employability Delivery Plan, alongside the challenges of funding apprenticeships once European Structural Funding ends.