Work Related Learning Projects
The Workers Educational Association has been providing study opportunities in the workplace for nearly a century. We are proud to continue this tradition.
Working in partnership with Trade Unions and Employers we aim to offer education of the highest quality. The key to success is flexibility, all courses are bespoke to the needs of individual needs, and delivery is arranged to ensure learners are able to participate fully.
All learners are supported fully so that each individual can make the most of the learning on offer, including Dyslexia and Essential Skills support.
“The ethos of widening participation and reaching out to hard to reach
and non traditional learners, such as older males, ethnic minority groups, shift
workers and part time workers is something that the union movement and Coleg
Harlech WEA both share. The Workplace Learning Department has an outstanding
record in taking learning to these groups of workers in their own workplace”
Vaughan Getning, President Wales TUC
Take a look at the weekend course we arranged for RCN
part funded by the Wales Union Learning Fund and Essential Skills Wales
A delegate summed up the weekend: "I have thoroughly enjoyed myself and met some fantastic people. It was really well organised and just at the right note."
Firms in Gwynedd are being urged to tap into a ground-breaking £7.5 million scheme to help boost their business.
The Dyfodol project is open to all North West Wales businesses and the self employed and only costs a one off £50 registration fee for each participating employee.
However, once registered, employees can access all the courses available to
help them develop their skills.