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  • New blog post

    New blog post

    In their latest blog for the EWC, Tim and Darrel discuss how youth work fosters positive, trusting relationships which can provide the basis for improving well-being, via the underpinning five pillars of youth work - expressive, educative, participative, empowering and inclusive.

    Read more.

  • Meddwl Mawr recommendations - January

    Meddwl Mawr recommendations - January

    This month, we've chosen a book by the keynote speaker at this year's Professionally Speaking, Professior Yong Zhao.

    Discover our latest recommendation

  • Employers in Wales: Are your staff registered?

    Employers in Wales: Are your staff registered?

    Education practitioners can’t work in Wales without EWC registration – employers, you can check staff are registered by using your online access to the Register

  • Have you heard about Educators Wales?

    Have you heard about Educators Wales?

    Discover the new website designed to promote careers and career progression in the education profession. Visit Educators Wales

Latest News

Celebrating the latest Bronze award renewals of the Quality Mark

Four youth organisations from across Wales have been recognised for the outstanding provision they provide to young people....

EWC publishes its consultation response to Tertiary Education and Research (Wales) Bill

The Education Workforce Council (EWC) has recently submitted its response to the Children, Young People and Education (CYPE)...

EWC showcases examples of excellent youth work across Wales

The Education Workforce Council (EWC) has today launched its ‘Quality Mark - examples of good practice’ webpage . The page...

New guide to help tackle racism in education released

The Education Workforce Council (EWC) has today published its latest Good Practice Guide centred around tackling racism. The...

When it comes to blended professional learning, the PLP is in the mix

The Professional Learning Passport (PLP) is playing an integral part in the delivery of two brand new professional programmes...

EWC presents recommendations for increasing diversity in the school workforce

The benefits of a diverse education workforce are well-documented. Representation in the education workforce provides role...

Moving from non-racist to anti-racist practice: promoting racial equity in education

Moving from non-racist to anti-racist practice: promoting racial equity in education in collaboration with BAMEed Wales 25...

Launch of ‘Meddwl Mawr’ – EWC’s new book and journal club

Engaging with research can play an important role in developing your ideas and professional practice. That’s why we’re...

Results of wide-ranging survey of education workforce in Wales revealed

The Education Workforce Council (EWC), has published the findings from a survey of 78,000 education professionals in Wales....