At the age of 18, Patrick Beynon harboured an interest in working with motor vehicles, transforming his passion into his primary hobby and aspiring career. Eager to explore this interest professionally, Patrick enrolled in Itec's Jobs Growth Wales+ programme.
18-year-old Teagon Mallon enrolled in Itec Skills' Jobs Growth Wales+ programme in Neath with the goal of pursuing a career in childcare.
17-year-old Kirsten Watkins joined Itec with no self-confidence. She was very quiet but wanted to develop her communication skills along with her CV and be introduced to a retail working environment.
After realising that he didn't enjoy his L1 engineering course, Joseph James felt low in confidence and worried about his future after leaving college. Joseph decided to enrol at Itec as an advancement strand learner with the objective of gaining knowledge and experience in fabrications and welding.
Rebecca Egan has been a youth tutor at Itec Skills and Employment for almost 5 years, every day she dedicates her time to helping young people from ages 16-19 who are not in full time education, employment or training through our Jobs Growth Wales+ programme in the RCT area.
Itec's Curriculum Manager, Dewi, discusses his journey with apprenticeships and the Welsh language.
In January 2022, Courtney Llewellyn became an Employability Advisor for Itec Skills and Employment's Restart Scheme provided by Serco. Our Employability Advisors provide end-to-end structured support and guidance to all participants through the Employability Skills programme at the centre of our Restart delivery.
Bullied in school, Josh felt alone and unable to be himself. However an unexpected friendship with Stagecoach buses led to Josh discovering our Jobs Growth Wales+ programme.