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Helen kickstarted her new career after spending two years caring full-time for her grandmother.
Jayne has nearly doubled her salary since studying a Personal Learning Account course.
A couple from Newport are looking to rewrite their careers through two different support programmes.
Creative apprentice Safyan says his apprenticeship at ITV is the best experience of his life...
Apprentice of the year 2018 award winner Sally has achieved a HNC and a career at Tata Steel...
Cameron discovered a different way of learning was available to him, and after pushing himself out of his comfort zone, he is now looking forward to his future.
Karen found herself at a crossroads when she was made redundant. The funding and advice she received from Working Wales helped her secure her new role.
Paula proves that age doesn’t have to be a barrier to learning new skills that improve job prospects.
A former window and door fabricator who was made redundant has secured a dream role after getting Welsh Government career support and funding for training.
A 24-year-old man from Cwmfelinfach has credited Welsh Government employment support and funding for helping him kickstart his dream career, after he was made redundant shortly before the birth of his first child.
Kirtis found a new career path and now has his sights set on getting on the property ladder.
Dan started martial arts at the age of six, and now has numerous world titles under his belt as well as running his own successful kickboxing brand.
Accessing support to start her own business has helped Dilly pursue a career in beauty.
Childcare support and a business start up grant led to self-employment for Chanelle…
A Working Wales careers fair helped 16-year-old Nia from Abertillery plan her future after GCSEs.
Poppy, 17, stayed on at sixth form to continue her studies and hopes to study abroad next year in the US to start an international career.
Nia-Faith Williams says hard work, being herself and a work placement helped her to build a fulfilling career.
Laura Green left school after her GCSEs and started her apprenticeship two years later...
At 16 Dominic become a joinery apprentice and by the age of 21 set up his own business. Read Dominic's story...