Regional Learning Partnership
The Regional Learning Partnership South West Wales (RLPSWW) is a transformational partnership bringing education and regeneration partners together to help provide a better future for learners and potential learners across the South West Wales region.
Since forming in 2007, the RLP has been recognised by the Welsh Government for its ‘transformational’ work with regeneration and education organisations across Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion, Pembrokeshire, Neath Port Talbot and Swansea.
It has been praised for its efforts towards efficiency and improvement in bringing together people who have interest in the training and skills agenda, to maximise opportunities for learners and potential learners wanting to progress their careers or enter employment. The RLP has strived to make the process as efficient as possible to improve current services for all learners. The RLP is a test bed in itself and is trying out a model of partnership working across a wide geography and a diverse set of partner organisations.
The partnership is made up of key representatives from local government, higher education, further education, the third sector and private sector / work based learning organisations, each one having made a commitment to work collaboratively across the areas of education and regeneration in the South West Wales region. Its main aim is to ensure that publicly-funded learning providers and associated organisations work collaboratively, effectively and efficiently to meet the needs of the learners and the regional economy in South West Wales.
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