The NSP for Young People will work with providers to enable them to develop innovative approaches to engaging young people aged 14 - 19 years who have low levels of literacy and numeracy. The NSP will provide training for practitioners, high quality learning materials and guidance to providers on how best to tailor their provision to meet the needs of all young people.
Contact Ecotec, JillBaker, firstname.lastname@example.org
The NSP for Training and CPD will develop training opportunities for all those involved in basic skills teaching. This includes primary and secondary teachers developing literacy and numeracy skills through a range of subjects, as well as those working in post-16 education or training.
Contact University of Wales, Newport, Rachel Stubley, email@example.com
The aim of the Welsh National Support Project, called ‘AGOR DRWS’ is to increase the capacity and to support basic skills through the medium of Welsh for children, young people and adults.
The aims of the projects are to:
- Increase the capacity to support basic skills through the medium of Welsh
- Improve the quality of basic skills teaching through the medium of Welsh by offering training sessions and to create a network of tutors, teachers and support workers in every sector throughout Wales.
- Promote the Quality Mark and basic skills teaching through the medium of Welsh, disseminate effective practice and to create partnerships and increase the availability of comprehensive resources across Wales.
Contact Sgiliaith/Coleg Meirion-Dwyfor, Liz Saville, firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact the NSP for Offenders and Ex-Offenders - Tribal (CTAD), Karen Davies, email@example.com