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  • Renewal of registration fees 2021-22 is complete

    Renewal of registration fees 2021-22 is complete

    Registration with the EWC is a legal requirement for all eligible practitioners in Wales.

    If you’re an employer, you must ensure all your staff are registered. Check 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

  • Blog: Why it's time to 'Talk Pedagogy'

    Blog: Why it's time to 'Talk Pedagogy'

    Professional Advisor on Pedagogy, Mark Ford talks about how teachers are getting together in a digital space to share pedagogy and practice. Read the blog

  • July Council Meeting

    July Council Meeting

    The next Council meeting will take place on 8 July 2021 and is open to the general public. More information here

  • Call for Quality Mark assessors

    Call for Quality Mark assessors

    Are you an experienced youth worker with a passion for celebrating excellence in youth work provision in Wales? Why not join our pool of assessors to help us deliver the Quality Mark for Youth Work in Wales. Find out more

Latest News

New website launched to promote careers in the education profession

A new website dedicated to promoting careers and career progression in the education profession in Wales has today been...

EWC publishes new guide to good practice on professionalism in action

Our suite of good practice guides is designed to complement the Code, and to help guide registrants’ day to day professional...

Union support for the biggest ever National Workforce Survey

Read our press release to find out why David Evans, Wales Secretary, National Education Union (NEU) Cymru and EWC Chief...

EWC consults on Draft Disciplinary Procedures and Rules to implement new ISO powers

The Education Workforce Council (Interim Suspension Orders) (Additional Functions) (Wales) Order 2021 came into force on 1...

EWC publishes its new Strategic Plan

The Education Workforce Council (EWC) published its Strategic Plan on 1 April 2021, setting out its approach to maintaining...

Education Minister urges workforce to take part in biggest ever National Survey

In our press release the Education Minister, Kirsty Williams and EWC Chief Executive, Hayden Llewellyn, explain the...

The National education workforce survey for Wales

Together with the Welsh Government, Trade Unions and our partners, we are asking registrants to take part in the national...

Two more youth work organisations awarded Bronze Quality Mark

We would like to congratulate Boys and Girls Clubs Wales and Carmarthen Youth Project Dr Mz on achieving the Quality Mark for...

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...