Welsh Government

Workforce Skills

Get the right people with the right skills for your business.


Training and qualifications

If you're a business, it makes sense to invest in your employees' skills.

One option is to support them through relevant learning at one of North Wales' colleges or universities, encouraging them to work towards a formal qualification.

Or consider using a vocational training specialist like Wrexham ITeC.

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University services for business

There are two excellent universities in North Wales - Glyndwr and Bangor.

Both are packed with learning and expertise, and offer a range of services for business - including consultancy, bespoke training solutions, undergraduate placements and help with recruiting graduates.

Check out the business pages on the Glyndwr University and Bangor University websites.


Leadership and management skills

If you're keen to develop leadership and management skills in your organisation, you might eligible for our North Wales Business Academy.

We're bringing together universities and colleges in North Wales to create a support package for leaders and managers in North Wales, boosting productivity and performance.

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Creative and digital industries

Creative industries have a strong presence in North Wales and provide important employment.

So we're setting up a project to support the development of skills within the sector, with support from the C6 network of 150 creative businesses.

The development of 'hubs' across North Wales will provide unique training environments to help nurture and retain local talent.

If you're a creative or digital business in North Wales, you could be eligible.

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Labour Market Info

525 Jobs Growth Wales vacancies filled in 2015
£26,687 average annual full time salary.
2,755 people involved in work-based learning programmes.
Energy and construction are top future industries
84% of KS3 pupils will succeed to gain the expected level in the core subjects
14% of the population is self-employed.


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