NWSSP thrives to deliver the mission statement “to enable the delivery of world class public services across Wales through customer focus, collaboration and innovation”

Mae manylion llawn i’w cael yn y swydd ddisgrifiad a’r manyleb person amgaeedig i nodi os yw’r Gymraeg yn hanfodol neu’n ddelfrydol ar gyfer y swydd hon.  Os yw’r dogfennau amgaedig yn y Gymraeg yn unig, golygir fod y Gymraeg yn hanfodol ar gyfer y swydd.

Exact details of whether the post is Welsh Essential / Welsh Desirable will be detailed in the job description and person specification documentation attached to this advert.

ONS has decided that, with effect from the Labour Market Statistics releases to be published on 15 March 2017, to remove the Claimant Count series from the UK and Regional Statistical Bulletins, as it may now be providing a misleading representation of the UK labour market. Claimant Count data will continue to be available as datasets on the ONS website and via NOMIS.

The Claimant Count measures the number of people claiming unemployment-related benefits. Prior to 2013, the Claimant Count was measured using claimants of Jobseeker's Allowance. In 2013 a new service, Universal Credit, which will replace a number of means-tested benefits, including the means-tested element of Jobseeker's Allowance, began to be rolled out. From the introduction of Universal Credit, those claimants who were receiving the benefit for unemployment reasons were included in the Claimant Count.

Universal Credit is designed so that a broader span of claimants is required to look for work than under Jobseeker's Allowance. This means that once Universal Credit is fully rolled out, the Claimant Count is likely to be higher than it would otherwise be under Jobseeker's Allowance.

In the last 20 years there has been an increase in deer numbers and in distribution in Wales, as in other parts of the UK. Whilst public awareness of wild deer in Wales is still fairly low, impacts on agriculture, forestry and vulnerable habitats are becoming more obvious, as are the risks of collisions with deer on the roads, and the potential role for deer in the epidemiology of certain diseases. At sustainable population levels there are also positive benefits including the production of venison, revenue from stalking and potentially, wildlife tourism. Not least, the native deer species (red and roe) are a key part of our natural heritage.

The Deer Initiative was established in Wales in 1999 with the aim of ensuring the delivery of a healthy, sustainable wild deer population in Wales. With so little known about wild deer in Wales, the Deer Initiative has carried out extensive research in Wales, covering the distribution of fallow, roe, muntjac, red and sika in Wales, and their impacts on forestry, agriculture and biodiversity.

The Deer Initiative provides advice and information on all issues relating to wild deer in Wales and their management, particularly in the use of Deer Management Plans and encouraging collaborative deer management through Deer Management Groups.

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Mae'r Gynhadledd yn dwyn ynghyd siaradwyr o bob rhan o'r sector addysg, gyda chyfraniadau gan golegau, ysgolion, prifysgolion, Llywodraeth, cyflogwyr a dysgwyr. Bydd cyfle i chwilio am ffyrdd o wella a datblygu cydweithredu a chydweithio rhwng sefydliadau. Mae angen trosglwyddo’r ffocws oddi wrth ddarparwyr tuag at ddarpariaeth, ac ail-gydio unwaith eto ar y gwasanaeth dymuna addysg ôl-16 ei ddarparu i ddysgwyr

Ewch i http://www.collegeswales.ac.uk/Cynhadledd-PCET am y rhaglen llawn, neu cysylltwch â [email protected] am ragor o wybodaeth.

NWSSP thrives to deliver the mission statement “to enable the delivery of world class public services across Wales through customer focus, collaboration and innovation”

Mae manylion llawn i’w cael yn y swydd ddisgrifiad a’r manyleb person amgaeedig i nodi os yw’r Gymraeg yn hanfodol neu’n ddelfrydol ar gyfer y swydd hon.  Os yw’r dogfennau amgaedig yn y Gymraeg yn unig, golygir fod y Gymraeg yn hanfodol ar gyfer y swydd.

Exact details of whether the post is Welsh Essential / Welsh Desirable will be detailed in the job description and person specification documentation attached to this advert.

ONS has decided that, with effect from the Labour Market Statistics releases to be published on 15 March 2017, to remove the Claimant Count series from the UK and Regional Statistical Bulletins, as it may now be providing a misleading representation of the UK labour market. Claimant Count data will continue to be available as datasets on the ONS website and via NOMIS.

The Claimant Count measures the number of people claiming unemployment-related benefits. Prior to 2013, the Claimant Count was measured using claimants of Jobseeker's Allowance. In 2013 a new service, Universal Credit, which will replace a number of means-tested benefits, including the means-tested element of Jobseeker's Allowance, began to be rolled out. From the introduction of Universal Credit, those claimants who were receiving the benefit for unemployment reasons were included in the Claimant Count.

Universal Credit is designed so that a broader span of claimants is required to look for work than under Jobseeker's Allowance. This means that once Universal Credit is fully rolled out, the Claimant Count is likely to be higher than it would otherwise be under Jobseeker's Allowance.

NWSSP thrives to deliver the mission statement “to enable the delivery of world class public services across Wales through customer focus, collaboration and innovation”

Mae manylion llawn i’w cael yn y swydd ddisgrifiad a’r manyleb person amgaeedig i nodi os yw’r Gymraeg yn hanfodol neu’n ddelfrydol ar gyfer y swydd hon.  Os yw’r dogfennau amgaedig yn y Gymraeg yn unig, golygir fod y Gymraeg yn hanfodol ar gyfer y swydd.

Exact details of whether the post is Welsh Essential / Welsh Desirable will be detailed in the job description and person specification documentation attached to this advert.

NWSSP thrives to deliver the mission statement “to enable the delivery of world class public services across Wales through customer focus, collaboration and innovation”

Mae manylion llawn i’w cael yn y swydd ddisgrifiad a’r manyleb person amgaeedig i nodi os yw’r Gymraeg yn hanfodol neu’n ddelfrydol ar gyfer y swydd hon.  Os yw’r dogfennau amgaedig yn y Gymraeg yn unig, golygir fod y Gymraeg yn hanfodol ar gyfer y swydd.

Exact details of whether the post is Welsh Essential / Welsh Desirable will be detailed in the job description and person specification documentation attached to this advert.

ONS has decided that, with effect from the Labour Market Statistics releases to be published on 15 March 2017, to remove the Claimant Count series from the UK and Regional Statistical Bulletins, as it may now be providing a misleading representation of the UK labour market. Claimant Count data will continue to be available as datasets on the ONS website and via NOMIS.

The Claimant Count measures the number of people claiming unemployment-related benefits. Prior to 2013, the Claimant Count was measured using claimants of Jobseeker's Allowance. In 2013 a new service, Universal Credit, which will replace a number of means-tested benefits, including the means-tested element of Jobseeker's Allowance, began to be rolled out. From the introduction of Universal Credit, those claimants who were receiving the benefit for unemployment reasons were included in the Claimant Count.

Universal Credit is designed so that a broader span of claimants is required to look for work than under Jobseeker's Allowance. This means that once Universal Credit is fully rolled out, the Claimant Count is likely to be higher than it would otherwise be under Jobseeker's Allowance.

In the last 20 years there has been an increase in deer numbers and in distribution in Wales, as in other parts of the UK. Whilst public awareness of wild deer in Wales is still fairly low, impacts on agriculture, forestry and vulnerable habitats are becoming more obvious, as are the risks of collisions with deer on the roads, and the potential role for deer in the epidemiology of certain diseases. At sustainable population levels there are also positive benefits including the production of venison, revenue from stalking and potentially, wildlife tourism. Not least, the native deer species (red and roe) are a key part of our natural heritage.

The Deer Initiative was established in Wales in 1999 with the aim of ensuring the delivery of a healthy, sustainable wild deer population in Wales. With so little known about wild deer in Wales, the Deer Initiative has carried out extensive research in Wales, covering the distribution of fallow, roe, muntjac, red and sika in Wales, and their impacts on forestry, agriculture and biodiversity.

The Deer Initiative provides advice and information on all issues relating to wild deer in Wales and their management, particularly in the use of Deer Management Plans and encouraging collaborative deer management through Deer Management Groups.

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