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£12m to boost employability

Communities for Work Plus is aimed at helping people like Jordan who was already a participant on Communities for Work, the sister programme of Communities for Work Plus when a series of seizures left him in a coma for four weeks. Jordan was training for a career in the construction...Read More »


New programme to improve the lives of people with a learning disability in Wales

The way services are delivered for people with a learning disability in Wales is to be transformed to ensure they have what they need to lead successful lives, Social Care Minister, Huw Irranca-Davies has announced today.

Around 1.5 million people have a learning disability in the UK; some have a mild,...Read More »


Welsh Government supports Boots Hearingcare’s Growth Plans in Llandudno

Boots Hearingcare, and its predecessor David Ormerod Hearing Centres Ltd have been at the site in Llandudno since 2012, when there were just over 20 employees working at the Support Office. 

Six years on and following Welsh Government funding there are now 90 people working in the offices, supporting a network...Read More »


Seren opens the door to Yale University’s Yale Young Global Scholars summer programme

The pupils, all part of the Seren Network, will join over 1500 other students from 126 countries and 50 US states on Yale’s Young Global Scholars Programme (YYGS), at Yale University’s New Haven campus in the US, as part a new scholarship opportunity made possible through the Seren Network.

Education...Read More »


Economy Secretary welcomes nuclear conference to Wales

The International Nuclear Pool Chairmen’s Conference takes place once every three years and is traditionally held in London. However this year the organisers have taken the decision to hold the conference in Wales.  

Economy Secretary Ken Skates said:

“The Welsh Government recognises the role of Nuclear Power in...Read More »


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