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  • National education workforce survey for Wales

    National education workforce survey for Wales

    FE lecturers you can now have your say on the issues that really matter to you; workload, Covid-19, wellbeing, professional learning. Our other registrant groups – your surveys will be out soon

  • Join our interactive workshop for ITE partnerships

    Join our interactive workshop for ITE partnerships

    Are you involved in any of Wales' ITE partnerships?

    Join us on 24 March in sharing what we’ve learned, and celebrating what we’ve achieved in ITE in Wales so far. Book your place

  • Have you booked your place at Professionally Speaking 2021 yet?

    Have you booked your place at Professionally Speaking 2021 yet?

    Join over 1,500 education professionals who have already registered to attend our annual lecture with Professor Pasi Sahlberg. Register for your free place

  • Sôn - From the local to the global: Has youth work in Wales come of age?

    Sôn - From the local to the global: Has youth work in Wales come of age?

    In our latest blog, Dr Howard Williamson looks at how youth work has grown over the last 40 years, and the challenges and opportunities facing the profession. Read the blog

  • Annual Education Workforce Statistics for Wales

    Annual Education Workforce Statistics for Wales

    We've recently published our most comprehensive set of data to date featuring data on over 80,000 registered education practitioners. Find out more

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Latest News

The National education workforce survey for Wales has begun.

The Welsh Government, the Joint Trade Unions, Colegau Cymru and the EWC in partnership is launching the FE lecturer survey....

Qualified school teachers from around the world can now apply for recognition in Wales

From 1 January, any school teacher who qualified outside Wales but wants to work in Wales as a qualified school teacher can...

EWC publishes new guide to good practice on being open and honest as an education professional

We have published a new guide to good practice, which looks at being open and honest as an education professional. This adds...

Professor Pasi Sahlberg to deliver Professionally Speaking 2021

We’re pleased to announce that award-winning education expert Professor Pasi Sahlberg is the guest speaker for our annual...

Consultation response: proposed Education Workforce Council (Interim Suspension Orders) (Additional Functions) (Wales) Order 2021

The Welsh Government has been consulting on draft legislation which would give the EWC new powers to apply Interim Suspension...

EWC accredits CaBan Bangor ITE programmes

We're pleased to announce that three programmes of initial teacher education (ITE) submitted by CaBan Bangor have gained...

EWC Welsh Language Standards monitoring report 2019-20 published

We recently published our Welsh Language Standards monitoring report for 2019-20 . The report sets out our compliance with...

EWC policy briefing puts spotlight on teacher recruitment and retention

On 14 October 2020, we delivered a policy briefing on teacher recruitment and retention in partnership with the Welsh...

Consultation response: Embedding a whole-school approach to mental health and well-being

We recently submitted our response to the Welsh Government’s consultation on its draft framework guidance on embedding a...

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