How we do it…
Members who live or work in Wales have access to the Community Welsh Union Learning Fund (WULF) project. The WULF project is designed to increase employability skills within Community’s branches, while supporting professional and personal development.
The aims of this project are to:
- Provide funding for individuals to pay for courses to re-skill or up-skill their employability.
- Facilitate the delivery of courses to be held at workplace or learning centres.
- Courses can be bespoke to meet specific vocational/professional needs.
- Examples of course available include; Health & Safety, ICT, Languages, Lone working & Personal Safety, Mental Health, First Aid, Forklift & Trade Work.
- Promote health and wellbeing at work with courses including; Mindfulness, Resilience Building and Mental Health First Aid.
- Funds available to support individuals with dyslexia and other learning needs.
- Signpost individuals to the Wales Apprenticeship Programme. Courses include; IT Users, Team Leading, Management, Advice & Guidance, Health & Social Care and Performing Manufacturing Operations.
- Provide redundancy support via individual Information, Advice and Guidance sessions to Community members and their families.
For more details about our Wales project please contact Lisa Francis at:
Call: 07834 745809