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20 March 2019 Press release Business, economy and innovation
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£600,000 support package to help young care leavers build a better future
Finance Minister, Rebecca Evans and Housing and Local Government Minister, Julie James announced 2 streams of funding – £243,000 from the Welsh Government’s Invest to Save fund and £400,000 of Innovate to Save funding – during a visit to the accommodation for young people.
The 2 projects will be delivered by...Read More »
£12m programme to transform delivery of health, care and support in West Wales
The money will support a range of initiatives that shift services from hospital to people’s homes and communities making it easier for people to access the care they need, stay well and keep their independence.
Led by the Regional Partnership Board, the West Wales programme is the latest to receive funding...Read More »
Degree Apprenticeships offer best of both worlds
The university-run scheme will be fully funded by the Welsh Government, with all students’ fees paid for. Courses will be available in key sectors for economic growth identified by the Welsh Government, including IT, Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing.
In the academic year 2019-20, subjects include Software Engineering, Cyber Security and Data...Read More »Older Entries »
More than £2.5m to deliver care closer to home and help people to live independently in Western Bay area
The funding allocation includes:
- More than £650,000 for specialist equipment and assistive technology to support early hospital discharge, prevent hospital admissions and support people to remain safe in their own homes
- More than £620,000 for the development of specialist supported living schemes in Bridgend and Neath Port Talbot
- More than £200,000 to relocate...Read More »