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01 Jan 2017 European Funding in Wales

Track Training Limited works in partnership with lead providers and consortia in Wales including: the Quality Skills Alliance, Rathbone Cymru (Newcastle College Group) and Gower College.  Funding for upskilling and apprenticeships is available to employers across South Wales from Welsh Government and supported by the European Social Fund.

Between 2014-2020 Wales will benefit from £2Billion of European Structural Funds - supporting people into work and training,youth employment, research and innovation. 

Guidance on European Social Funding in Wales is available via the Welsh Government website at:  

www.gov.wales/eu-funding

Further details are also on the WEFO website at:  www.wefo.gov.uk

 

 

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