Mohammad Asghar, shadow Minister for Skills in the National Assembly for Wales, has welcomed a new report which calls on the Welsh Government to consider introducing its own skills levy for Wales, to establish a lead body to govern the quality of apprenticeships and to clearly define the purpose
Mohammad Asghar AM, shadow Cabinet Secretary for Further Education, Skills and Faith, has welcomed the Conservative Government’s plan for a new single, skills-based immigration system, which marks the end of free movement once and for all.
Mohammad Asghar AM is contacting schools in his South East Wales region to invite them to take part in the Sakura Cherry Tree Planting Project in the UK, a project to celebrate the friendship between Japan and the UK.
Last month the Welsh Assembly’s Economy, Infrastructure and Skills Committee called for a dedicated Welsh Government trade and international relations minister to be appointed to prepare for the impact of leaving the European Union.
Mohammad Asghar AM is urging local people in South Wales East to contact their energy supplier to get a smart meter fitted in their homes at no extra cost, so they can take control of how much energy they are using.
Following the conclusions of The Assembly's Children, Young People and Education Committee, Mohammad Asghar AM has initiated discussions with organisations from the South Wales East region to improve the prospects of School and College leavers.
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