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Case Studies

Examples of how partners have worked together to deliver against the Right Skills intervention and One Newport's well-being objectives.

Annual Report 2021-22

Annual Report 2020-21

    • New City Centre Leisure Centre & Coleg Gwent Campus – English // Cymraeg
    • Discovering Digital Careers: Virtual Event for Schools – English // Cymraeg
    • Youth Engagement and Progression Framework – English // Cymraeg
    • Fflim Cymru and One Newport project; promoting careers in the film and TV industry to underrepresented groups – English // Cymraeg
    • Reach Restart Project – English // Cymraeg
    • Early Years Pathfinder – English // Cymraeg
    • Covid-19 Participatory Budgeting Programme – English // Cymraeg

Annual Report 2019-20

Annual Report 2018-19

REACH ReStart project

We have facilitated closer working relationships between education and training providers in the city and a better understanding of shared objectives. This, in turn, has created opportunities to develop joint funding bids. An example of this is refugee integration project.

We have submitted a bid under the REACH ReStart Project, which will deliver an ambitious and innovative integration support programme for refugees in Newport, as one of Wales’ four asylum dispersal clusters.

The services provided in Newport through partnership working will seek to improve access to language tuition, employability support and local cultural knowledge to aid community integration. Refugees will receive a holistic assessment of their needs and be routed through targeted support to enhance their efforts to integrate into society locally.

The project commenced in March 2019. The aim across the life of the project is that 200 refugees and asylum seekers will receive assessments of their English language skills and be signposted to support in addition 50 individuals will receive employment training.

To view more about the Right Skills intervention click here.


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