Welsh graduate employment scheme GO Wales has extended the Training and Development Fund available to small businesses in Wales, in a move to support the development of higher level skills and the retention of graduate workers in the Welsh economy.
Come and meet the team and find out how GO Wales can help your business with graduate work placements and training. We will be holding drop in sessions throughout March at locations in Ceredigion, Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire.
The GO Wales scheme has sealed an extra three years of much needed funding, after the latest government employment figures revealed that almost 22 per cent of young people across Britain are now out of work.
Young successful company Hawksdrift Falconry is aiming to set high standards within the Falconry and Bird Control market with the help of graduate intern Matthew Henderson. Based in Builth Wells the company is going from strength to strength; securing investment from Duncan Bannatyne after a successful sales pitch by company owner Layla Bennett and winning numerous awards including ‘Young Entrepreneur of the Year’.
Leading web design agency Spindogs recruit graduates for the skills and enthusiasm they bring to the company. Spindogs have used the GO Wales Work Placement scheme to recruit many graduates over the past few years; five of the graduates are still working for the company and have a positive future ahead of them.