£2m EU Funds to Tackle In-Work Poverty In South East Wales

Wednesday 01 May, 2019 Written by 
£2m EU Funds to Tackle In-Work Poverty In South East Wales

Nearly £2m of EU funding has been awarded to Newport Council to tackle in-work poverty and challenges faced by lower-skilled workers in south east Wales.

The Skills@Work scheme will support around 1,400 people over the next four years, with a range of community-based learning opportunities, to help learners gain qualifications, improve their job security and earning potential.

 

Newport City Council

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