Ken Skates Deputy Minister for Skills & Technology

‘It (G2G) has brought a fantastic brand and multinational organisation to Rhyl. We’ve taken the technology to schools in the area and it’s been a massive hit.’ Deputy Minister for Skills and Technology, Ken Skates, commented: ‘If we don’t act now to address the skills shortage in STEM careers, the Welsh economy will lose out. “That’s why the Welsh Government is doing everything it can to encourage learners to take up these subjects. ‘G2G Communities CIC are helping to lead the way by making learning fun, interesting and accessible. ‘The LEGOⓇ Education Innovation Studio has not only helped learners to develop their skills but also their self-confidence and self-belief.

Ken Skates AM expresses his gratitude for G2G’s support and engagement on the Jobs Growth Wales Programme

‘I am writing to express my gratitude for your support and engagement on the Jobs Growth Wales Programme.’ ‘I wanted to take this opportunity to write to you to thank you for helping to create these fantastic job opportunities for our unemployed young people. The programme is clearly reaping huge rewards for all involved and I am really proud of the progress that has been made in its first two years.’ ‘This success could not have been achieved if businesses like yours from across Wales, large or small, had not embraced the programme.’

Deputy Minister Ken Skates at G2G Communities CIC
From left to right. Dr William Lockitt (Director), Emma Owen (Learner), Ken Skates (Deputy Minister), Liam Knight (Programme Manager), Moira Lockitt (CEO) at the G2G Communities CIC LEGO Innovation Education Center.

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