14 Welsh colleges share Pounds 3.5m for training

August 7, 1998

WELSH colleges have recieved Pounds 3.5 million of the Pounds 13 million they bid for to expand work-orientated education and skills training. About Pounds 3.15 million of the Education for Industry Initiative cash will support training for small and medium-sized businesses. The remainder will go towards the Manufacturing Training Action Plan for Wales. Fourteen colleges will receive a share of the money.

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