Education and Young People

Business has an opportunity to ensure that the digital revolution serves all of society. Following on from the Brave New World? report, we are pleased to launch the much anticipated set of priorities
Twenty leaders from the private and public sector left their offices for the day to get a better understanding of long-term youth unemployment in the Rhyl area (Wednesday 4 October).
BITC Scotland has partnered with renowned chef John Quigley, Tennent’s Training Academy and internet streaming service Video3 to live stream an interactive cookery session for school pupils across Scotland on 27 September 2017.
Dozens of adults are going back to school as part of a volunteer reading programme to help tackle inequalities in literacy among primary-aged children.
Business in the Community Cymru’s partnership with LifeSkills, created by Barclays, will have supported over 30,000 young people in Wales to develop their work ready skills by the end of this academic year.
Business and education leaders from across Wales got together this week at Business in the Community Cymru’s first Business-Education Symposium - and it wasn’t just about policy and planning.
This is the home of the live blog from BITC Cymru's first ever Business-Education Symposium live blog.

Evie, Elin, Efa and Amelia from Ysgol y Strade are going to be taking over the live blog throughout the Symposium, supported by Dave and the rest of the BITC Cymru team. So stay in touch with the latest from the event by reading their blog below.

The team will also be tweeting from @BITCCymru and everyone will be on the hashtag #EdSympCymru!