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Skill Wales has closed

Discussions are currently taking place on which services it might be possible to find a new home for.






This Website was developed with the assistance of Lisa Lewis, and Nicola Williams, for Skill Wales.


Skill Wales

Skill Wales provided a specific focus for issues that affect disabled young people in Wales.

Skill Wales worked with further and higher education institutions, work-based learning providers, the Welsh Assembly Government and many other organisations to influence policy and practice and promote education, training and employment opportunities for disabled young people.


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A Resource for You

Skill Wales was a facility for disabled students, their families, and disabled young people moving into training and employment - and a resource for professional staff who work to support students and disabled young people in getting the most out of learning, training and employment opportunities.

Skill Wales was your information and guidance resource.

Click on the Skill Wales sections on the left to find out more.


Welsh Language Statement of Policy

Skill Wales operated a Welsh Language policy in the delivery of its services. Our policy was to ensure that all public and member information provided through our Web site, publications and Newsletters was made available in Welsh and English as languages of equal status in Wales.


Welsh Language Statement of Policy  


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