The Welsh Government is set to outline its spending plans for £40m over the next two years for apprenticeships in Wales. The announcement comes in National Apprenticeship week, which aims to highlight the importance of apprentices to the economy.
In 2011/12 over 36,000 young people undertook apprenticeships in Wales.
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