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The next Council meeting will take place on 4 July in the EWC offices, and is open to the general public.

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This guide explains how we, through regulation, ensure that you and your child receive the highest standards of professional conduct and practice from our registrants.

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New research paper showcasing the benefits of reflective practice

The Education Workforce Council (EWC) and the National Association for Educational Leadership (NAEL) is pleased to announce the release of a jointly...

Registration changes for Wales’ education workforce

A number of changes have today (10 May 2024) come into effect for those working in education across Wales, the Education Workforce Council (EWC) has...

Come and talk to the EWC this summer

The Education Workforce Council (EWC) is gearing up to attend several events and festivals across Wales this summer providing registrants,...

Caerphilly Youth Service achieve top recognition

Caerphilly Youth Service have been formally recognised for the quality of their provision, receiving the gold Quality Mark for Youth Work in Wales...

EWC lays out its plans for the future

The Education Workforce Council (EWC) has published its Strategic Plan 2024-27 and Strategic Equality Plan (SEP) 2024-28. The two documents detail...

EWC to continue delivering Quality Mark for Youth Work

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

EWC statement on fees 2024/25 – a message for registrants

Under legislation, the annual fee for those required to register with the EWC is £46, regardless of registration category. This makes EWC...

Latest recipients of youth award

Caerphilly and Neath Port Talbot Youth Services have been announced as the latest recipients of the Quality Mark for Youth Work (QMYW) in Wales,...

EWC published revised guides for registrants

The Education Workforce Council (EWC) have updated their suite of good practice guides to reflect emerging trends and best practice from across the...

Registration changes for Wales’ education workforce

A number of changes will be coming into effect for those working in further education (FE) and adult learning across Wales. The first will require...

EWC launches draft plan consultations

The Education Workforce Council (EWC) have today (12 February 2024) launched two consultations seeking views on their draft Strategic Plan 2024-27,...

Cardiff Youth Service receives prestigious recognition

Cardiff Youth Service has been announced as the latest recipient of the Quality Mark for Youth Work (QMYW) in Wales, receiving the silver award....

Latest recipients of youth award

Urban Circle Newport and Swansea MAD have been announced as the latest recipients of the Quality Mark for Youth Work (QMYW) in Wales, both receiving...

Defnyddia Dy Gymraeg (Use your Welsh)

The Education Workforce Council (EWC) has joined other organisations across Wales in taking part in the Defnyddia Dy Gymraeg (Use your Welsh)...

EWC comments on proposed changes to FTP committees

The Education Workforce Council (EWC) has welcomed proposals from Welsh Government seeking to amend the Regulations governing the membership of...

EWC issues its response to proposed Welsh Government changes

The Education Workforce Council (EWC) has published its response to a Welsh Government consultation which proposes changes to education regulation...

Latest recipients of youth award

ProMo Cymru, Youth Cymru, and Swansea YMCA have been announced as the latest recipients of the Quality Mark for Youth Work (QMYW) in Wales. ProMo...

Sgwrsio with the EWC – Diversifying Wales’ education workforce

The Education Workforce Council (EWC) has released its latest episode of Sgwrsio with the EWC . In this special episode to celebrate Black History...

New leadership standards for post-16 workforce

A new set of professional leadership standards have been published for Wales’ post-16 workforce. Included as part of the recently launched...

Youth organisations recognised for excellence

Conwy Youth Service and Vibe Youth have been announced as the latest recipients of the Quality Mark for Youth Work (QMYW) in Wales. Administered by...

EWC releases podcast providing advice on dealing with peer-on-peer sexual harassment in education settings

The Education Workforce Council (EWC) has released the second episode of its podcast, Sgwrsio with the EWC . In this episode, host and EWC Chief...

Latest statistics on the education workforce in Wales published

The Education Workforce Council (EWC) has today (5 September 2023) published its latest data on the education workforce in Wales. The independent,...

EWC signs anti-racism pledge

The Education Workforce Council (EWC) has confirmed its stance on racism by signing Race Council Cymru’s Zero Racism Wales pledge . Joining over...

EWC responds to consultation on proposals for a Welsh Language Education Bill

The Education Workforce Council (EWC) has provided feedback to Welsh Government’s consultation on proposals for a Welsh Language Education Bill. The...

EWC’s key achievements set out in latest Annual Report

The Education Workforce Council (EWC) has published its Annual Report and Accounts for the year ending 31 March 2023. The report, which was laid...

New framework to support FE, WBL, and adult learning practitioners

A new professional learning and development framework for practitioners in further education (FE), work-based learning (WBL), and adult learning has...

EWC Fitness to Practise report 2022-23 published

The Education Workforce Council (EWC) has today (Monday 10 July 2023) published its Fitness to Practise Annual Report 2022-23. The latest report...

2023 FE/WBL survey results released

Findings from the 2023 Further Education and Work-Based Learning Education Workforce Survey have today (30 June 2023) been released. Facilitated by...

EWC launches new podcast

The Education Workforce Council (EWC) has today (28 June 2023) launched its very own podcast - Sgwrsio with the EWC. In each episode, the EWC will...

Youth organisations recognised for excellence

The Prince’s Trust Wales and Newport Youth Service have been announced as the latest recipients of the Bronze Quality Mark for Youth Work (QMYW) in...