Showcasing the Best of Welsh Business

The National Training Federation for Wales (NTfW) is a membership organisation of over 100 organisations involved in the delivery of learning in the workplace. It is a Wales wide representative body for all those organisations or individuals involved in the training industry. Members range from small specialist training providers to national and international organisations, as well as local authorities and charities.

 

Apprentice bereavement services officer Bethany Mason has won a prestigious national award after being recognised for her willingness to keep learning new skills and take on more responsibility in challenging circumstances. Bethany, 21, from Llantrisant, …

Natalie Morgan’s life-changing decision to return to Wales to pursue a career in sport with Welsh Gymnastics, after working within the performing arts sector for several years, has paid rich dividends. Natalie, 33, from Penarth, …

Star employers, inspirational learners and dedicated work-based learning practitioners across Wales have been shortlisted for this year’s prestigious Apprenticeship Awards Cymru on June 17. The annual celebration of outstanding achievement in training and apprenticeships will …

Star employers, inspirational learners and dedicated work-based learning practitioners across Wales have been shortlisted for this year’s prestigious Apprenticeship Awards Cymru on June 17. The annual celebration of outstanding achievement in training and apprenticeships will …

Star employers, inspirational learners and dedicated work-based learning practitioners across Wales have been shortlisted for this year’s prestigious Apprenticeship Awards Cymru on June 17. The annual celebration of outstanding achievement in training and apprenticeships will …

Nursery nurse Annwen Roberts is advising school pupils to research all their options before deciding what to do as a career. Annwen, 28, from Cwmann, near Lampeter, chose to do a Degree in Childhood Development …

A domestic abuse victim who has developed a successful career and brought up four sons on her own is hoping that her story will inspire other women to believe in themselves. Michelle Dolan, 46, was …

Poppy Evans is developing a promising career in local government thanks to a Higher Apprenticeship. After two years at university studying law, Poppy, 24, from Carmarthen, decided the course was not for her and set …

An ambassadorial role is nothing new to Urdd Gobaith Cymru apprentice Llio Bryn Jones who loves coaching sports and is proud of her Welsh language and farming background. Llio, 18, from Henllan, near Denbigh, has …

Being able to do his apprenticeship through the medium of Welsh was very important to Iestyn Morgan who has completed his entire education and training to date in his first language. Iestyn, 25, bar manager …

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