Welsh government expands provision of fully-funded IEMA courses
IEMA can now provide more businesses with environmental and sustainability training that is 100% funded by the Welsh government after a salary cap was recently lifted.Workers earning more than £29,500 had previously been unable to access the full-funded courses, however, this criteria has been removed for the 2022/23 academic year to encourage higher-earning staff
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