WALES: Skill levels improving - inspectors.Byline: By TOM BODDEN Welsh Affairs Correspondent
INSPECTORS yesterday reported an improvement in the attainment of key skills among work-based learners in Wales.
Estyn, the education and training inspectorate for Wales, published the main findings of a survey which found that use of new strategies resulted in improved key skills attainment.
Its 2005-2006 annual report highlighted that more than half of learners on apprenticeship programmes did not achieve th1STr qualifications.
Not enough completed the key skills and technical certificates that they needed to gain the full qualification training framework for a Foundation Modern Apprenticeship (FMA FMA Full Metal Alchemist (gaming)
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Now Dr Bill Maxwell, Her Majesty's Chief Inspector This article or section deals primarily with the United Kingdom and does not represent a worldwide view of the subject.
Please [ improve this article] or discuss the issue on the talk page. of Education and Training in Wales, said: "Over the last two years, there has been a significant improvement in the number of learners who complete the key skills in order to gain th1STr apprenticeship.
"Work-based learning providers have put into place many effective strategies to improve the delivery and attainment of key skills within qualification frameworks."
The report recommended the Welsh Assembly Government The Welsh Assembly Government (WAG) (Welsh: Llywodraeth Cynulliad Cymru, LlCC) was firstly an executive body of the National Assembly for Wales, consisting of the First Minister and his Cabinet from 1999 to 2007. continue to provide support and training for key skills to help work-based learning providers to improve the quality of training.