Our Research strategy sets out our aims:
- To support and promote research engagement within the education workforce
- To develop research capacity in the Welsh education system
- To develop the EWC’s evidence base to inform policy development
- To use research evidence to enhance our ability to influence policy and policy implementation.
The principles which underpin our research activity mean that we want our research activity to:
- maximise the potential of data we hold and activity that is already routinely undertaken,
- be timely and relevant to policy makers and practitioners alike,
- be co-produced where appropriate, and
- be aligned with our roles and remit.
Research blog - Professional insights
Our new blog looks at the challenges ahead for the education workforce following the publication of the Welsh Government strategy to achieve one million Welsh speakers by 2050: http://ewc.wales/site/index.php/en/research-statistics/research-blogs
Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) Call For Evidence: Partial Review Shortage Occupation List -Teachers
In May 2016, the Home Secretary wrote to the chair of the Migration Advisory Committee and commissioned it to examine whether there is a shortage of teachers, or teachers in specific subjects which it would be sensible to fill through non-European Economic Area (EEA) migration. Following on from this, the MAC issued a call for evidence. The Education Workforce Council (EWC) was invited by the committee to provide information to support their review.
The EWC provided a response which gave a Welsh dimension and used valuable data both from the Register of Practitioners, and from practitioner surveys to support their work.
EBSCO - online access to education journals
As an Education Workforce Council registrant, you have free access to the EBSCO Education Source package via your Professional Learning Passport (PLP). EBSCO provides you with access to research and publications which you can use to enhance and inform your professional learning and practice.