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Learning at Work Week 2024

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Learning at Work Week (LAW Week) takes place from 13 to 19 May 2024.

LAW Week is a unique annual event to build learning cultures at work. It aims to put a spotlight on the importance and benefits of continual learning and development.

LAW Week is led nationally by Campaign for Learning. Employers are invited to mark Learning at Work Week in their organisations. Campaign for Learning provides learning and development colleagues and organisers, the planning resources, activities and ideas to run creative, innovative and inclusive LAW Week campaigns and events.

The 2024 theme is ‘Learning power’. It explores how lifelong and continual learning gives us power to change, grow and achieve our individual, team and organisational goals. 

There are planning resources and inspiration guide for ideas on the different ways you can deliver your activities to engage colleagues and reach your Learning at Work Week objectives. If you're new to Learning at Work Week, start here!

For further information please select the following link: Start Here (

Prepare your business by identifying skills gap, develop the skills of your workplace to ensure success and adapt your workforce with new skilled employees.

Skills and Training provides skills development and support to businesses, which also highlight areas you could improve: Welcome to Recruit and Train - for information and advice on recruitment and training support | Business Wales Skills Gateway (

As the Learning at Work Week gets underway, the Cabinet Secretary for the Economy, Energy and Welsh Language, Jeremy Miles, is urging businesses across Wales to support their employees to take advantage of opportunities to “learn and earn” in the workplace in order to develop new skills needed to thrive in the future: ‘Learning at work ‘key’ to unlocking workforce potential’ – Jeremy Miles | GOV.WALES

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