New traineeships help young into work

12th August 2011 at 01:00

The Welsh Government has launched a new scheme to help unemployed young people aged 16-18 enter work or learning at a higher level. Traineeships, which are designed to help young people develop their skills to enter the workplace, will be developed as a vocational option within the 14-19 learning pathways programme.

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