Education Workforce Council

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    New good practice guide

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  • National further education and work-based learning workforce survey 2023

    National further education and work-based learning workforce survey 2023

    If you are a registered further education or work-based learning practitioner, or business support staff in colleges, you can complete your survey now.

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    Professional Learning Passport (PLP)

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Latest News

Have your say: draft Strategic Plan 2023-26

The Education Workforce Council (EWC) is seeking views on its draft Strategic Plan 2023-26. The plan sets out the EWC’s...

The national further education and work-based learning workforce survey 2023 has been launched

In the 2021 national education workforce survey results, workload concerns were raised as a common issue. Since then, the...

EWC appoints new ITE Accreditation Board members

The Education Workforce Council (EWC) has welcomed two new members to its Initial Teacher Education (ITE) Accreditation...

EWC to continue accrediting youth work provision across Wales

The Education Workforce Council (EWC) will continue to deliver and develop the nationally recognised ‘Quality Mark for Youth...

The Urdd is awarded silver and gold in their centenary year

Urdd Gobaith Cymru has been recognised for the quality of its provision this week as the youth organisation is awarded both...

All new youth work guide released

With support from the Education Workforce Council (EWC), the youth work sector has published its newly revised Youth Work in...

Number of support staff increases in latest education workforce stats

The Education Workforce Council (EWC) has published its Annual education workforce statistics for Wales 2022. The data is...

Join our Council

Welsh Government is seeking to appoint new Council members to the Education Workforce Council (EWC) for a four-year term...

Statement by Education Workforce Council (EWC) Chief Executive, Hayden Llewellyn

“On behalf of the Education Workforce Council (EWC), I offer my condolences at the sad news that Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth...

The Council currently consists of 14 members including the Chairperson. Members represent a range of interests of the education workforce in Wales.

Seven members are directly appointed through the Welsh Government public appointments process, and seven members are appointed following nominations made by organisations named in Schedule 2 of the Education Workforce Council (Membership and Appointment) (Wales) Regulations 2014.

The current Council took office on 1 April 2019.

 

 NameBiographyRegister
of Interests
Angela Jardine

Chairperson – Angela Jardine

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We are committed to providing the highest standards of service for our registrants, stakeholders, and the public. We strive to provide an accessible and transparent process for looking into complaints about the service we give and aim to respond to complainants as soon as possible.

We welcome your feedback, as it helps us to improve our service and ensure that problems do not occur in future.

How do I give feedback?

If you would like to provide feedback on any of our services, please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. We welcome correspondence written in Welsh or English.

Welsh language

We offer a fully bilingual service and are subject to Welsh Language Standards. You can view a copy of the standards here .

We welcome any comments or suggestions on our bilingual provision and our approach to the Welsh language. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with us to give us your feedback. 

Not happy?

We take complaints very seriously and aim to respond to any feedback as quickly as possible.

You can read more about what sort of complaints we will consider, how to complain, and our processes in our standards of service document.

Fitness to Practise

Fitness to practise processes are outside of our standards and services. Processes are outlined in the disciplinary procedures and rules  document.

If you want to make a complaint about anything to do with our fitness to practise work, please write to:

Fitness to Practise Manager
Education Workforce Council
9th Floor Eastgate House
35-43 Newport Road
Cardiff CF24 0AB

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You’ll find all the latest news from across the EWC here.

Sign up for our half-termly stakeholder newsletter ‘ Education Wales’ here.

Registrants also receive a termly ‘MyEWC news’ email, so make sure we have an up to date email address for you as part of your record on the Register of education practitioners.