NIACE Dysgu Cymru is seeking partners across Wales with the capacity to deliver digital skills training in the community through an outreach model.
The latest figures on learner outcomes in the Further Education (FE), Work-based Learning (WBL) and Adult Community Learning (ACL) sectors in Wales were released on 3rd April 2014 by the Welsh Government’s National Statistics Service
A survey by the Federation of Small Businesses has found that Wales’ small business leaders are also leading the drive for a higher-skilled workforce
NIACE Dysgu Cymru welcomes the opportunity to work with Communities First Clusters on a project which will deliver learning and skills opportunities for adults
Nominations for the 2014 Inspire! Learning Awards have now closed. Thank you for your nominations, the winners will be announced in June
NIACE, the National Institute of Adult Continuing Education
(England and Wales), is supported by: