This round will see 18 new projects delivering workplace learning to thousands of people between now and 2025.
The event was a huge success and included contributions by WULF projects from the previous round, showcasing their achievements. Presentations and stories from the CWU, ASELF and GMB unions highlighted the unique work that WULF does in many hundreds of workplaces, all over Wales.
All Welsh workers have the opportunity to access the fund to take advantage of the support, advice and guidance and training offers provided through WULF projects.
The event was sponsored by the Minister for Economy, Vaughan Gething who spoke to highlight the reasons why Welsh Government continue to support the programme:
Watch the Minister’s speech as he launched the new WULF projects:
Our General Secretary, Shavanah Taj also spoke at the event and thanked the unions, the project staff and the volunteers who make the programme so successful:
Celebrating the success of WULF 2019-2022
As well as launching the 18 new projects, our event was a chance to highlight key achievements of projects delivered by trade unions over the last three years.
Emma Penman explains how ASLEF worked on creating the first ever train driver apprenticeship in Wales:
CAF Rolling Stock welcomes GMB support
Kim Johnson sharing WULF stories
CWU Union Learning Rep and learner, Craig Kinsey talks about his Open Access course with the Open University in Wales:
Watch the full #WULFWorks celebration event from 30 March 2022: