Supporting employers

Taster Session: Information for Employers about ‘Work Welsh’

Copthorne Hotel, Cardiff:

14 December 2017: 10.30 - 12.30 or 14.30 - 16.30

The Taster Session: Information for Employers about ‘Work Welsh’ will include: 

  • Information regarding the Information Service for Employers about 'Work Welsh'
  • Information about the opportunities available to you through the Work Welsh programme
  • An opportunity to share ideas regarding the learning needs in your organisation with regards to the Welsh language and skills
  • An introduction to the Information for Employers about 'Work Welsh' pack which includes the following information:
  1. An introduction to the current policy context;
  2. Information regarding the need to plan bilingual workplaces;
  3. Information about the advantages of developing institutional bilingualism for the learner, customer, other staff members and for the organisation;
  4. Advice on how to analyse learning needs with regard to the Welsh language in your organisation;
  5. Advice on the training available from the National Centre for Learning Welsh;
  6. Advice on supporting learners in the workplace, and
  7. Planning for the future.

The sessions are aimed at:

  • Language officers 
  • Training officers 
  • HR staff 
  • Managers


The sessions will be delivered by IAITH: the welsh centre for language planning. You can register by completing a registration form and sending it to 



Information and advice for employers includes:

  • How to audit the Welsh language skills of your workforce, including details of an innovative online diagnostic tool currently in development.
  • The likely outcomes achieved by completing a Welsh language course.
  • Advice on the training available to support your workplace training needs.
  • Advice on supporting learners in the workplace.
  • Bespoke Welsh language information sessions.

 Please click here to read the Information for Employers pack.

If you would like to register your interest please email or fill this form.