Does the employer or employee have to pay for the Work Welsh training?
No, Work Welsh is fully funded. There is no cost for the training.
Who is eligible for Work Welsh training?
Anybody who works in the public sector, third sector or any business sector in Wales.
Where does the training take place?
Work Welsh if completely flexible. Training can take place online, you can join classes in the workplace, or you can enrol onto a residential course.
How much time will employees need to devote to the training?
This depends on the training plan you choose.
The basic online training course runs for 10 hours with employees able to dip in and out of the training at times to suit them.
You can choose weekly courses that will be taught for a minimum of 2 hours per week at Entry, Foundation, Intermediate, Advanced and Refresher levels. A commitment to learning at least one whole level (which is 120 hours) is required.
The Residential courses runfor 5 days- Monday – Friday.
The time devoted to Work Welsh is completely flexible and can be organised to suit you and your workplace.
How long will Work Welsh run for?
Currently, Work Welsh is funded until 31 March 2023.
Is there a limit to the number of employees who can access Work Welsh training within one organisation?
Not at all. We welcome any number of applications from any eligible organisation.