Updates & Blog

Follow this blog from the GWP Partnership Manager for the latest information and news in the world of adult education and apprenticeships and for information on what GWP training providers are up to.

16th October 2020

Apprentices in Functional Skills Limbo given reprieve

14th October 2020

Mass survey of employers finds training fallen to lowest level since 2011

Skills Minister hopeful free Level 3 quals will be revealed next month

Retraining Scheme pilot to be integrated into £2,5bn National Skills Fund

12th October 2020

Find a Kickstart Gatekeeper

Wiltshire Council Newsletter 12th October 2020

9th October 2020

Official DfE Statistics on Apprenticeship Starts

Young People hit hardest in full year apprenticeship figures

1st October 2020

Prime Minister sets out major expansion of post-18 education

Transcript of the Prime Ministers Speech on post-18 education

29th September 2020

Education Secretary's letter to HM Chief Inspector re Level 6 & 7 Apprenticeships

FE Week Article on 'expansion' of FE funding for adults

28th September 2020

An interesting article on the Ofsted Pilot Autumn Visits


22nd September 2020

Latest Business Newsletter from Wiltshire Council

1st September 2020

Exciting news that GWP will be delivering the ASK programme in Wiltshire Schools again for this academic year.

We will be delivering various activities in schools to raise awareness of Apprenticeships, Traineeships and T-Levels to pupils from Year 11 through to Year 13

We had a very successful ASK campaign last year, despite the Pandemic, and look forward to another successful year this year.

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