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Coronavirus and our work: what you need to know

Updated 31 March 2020 As the regulator for educators in Wales, our focus continues to be on promoting high standards and...

EWC to award Quality Mark for Youth Work in Wales

The Education Workforce Council (EWC), in partnership with ETS Wales, has been commissioned by the Welsh Government to...

New Guide for EWC Registrants Looks at Maintaining Professional Boundaries with Learners

The Education Workforce Council (EWC) has today published its latest good practice guide for maintaining professional...

How blended learning can help prepare the education workforce for the new curriculum

The Education Workforce Council (EWC) has published a new report examining how a blended approach to delivery can maximise...

Revised Curriculum for Wales Guidance Published

As the independent professional body for the education workforce in Wales, we are delighted that the Minister for Education,...

New Guide Tells Parents What They Can Expect from Education Workforce

Together with Parentkind, we have developed a guide for parents on what they can expect from teachers and learning support...

EWC Accredits Open University Partnership’s Alternative Routes Into Teaching

Two new alternative routes into teaching submitted by the Open University Partnership have been accredited by the Education...

Youth and Youth Support Workers: Update Your Record

Youth and youth support workers, we recently contacted you to ask you to update your record on the Register. If you haven’t...

School Learning Support Staff in Wales Outnumber Teachers

New data published by the Education Workforce Council (EWC) has revealed that there are now more learning support staff than...

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