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09. Skills and the Jobs of the Future

09. Skills and the Jobs of the Future
10 Aug, 2020
We spoke to different educational providers throughout the region about how we can help school and college leavers to maximise their experience through work experience, further education and apprenticeships and explore what is currently offered, as well as future plans on how to further support young people in learning. Furthermore, there’s a strong importance to […]

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We spoke to different educational providers throughout the region about how we can help school and college leavers to maximise their experience through work experience, further education and apprenticeships and explore what is currently offered, as well as future plans on how to further support young people in learning. Furthermore, there’s a strong importance to retaining skilled young people within the region in order to capture what South West Wales has to offer for future generations. In this episode, we explore how important it is to continue supporting the future education and careers of young people.

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