Follow-up inquiry into Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Skills
- This consultation has completed. It ran from Wednesday, 12 March 2014 to Friday, 25 April 2014
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Response to the consultation
Evidence submitted in response to this Consultation
- Report - September 2014 PDF 651 KB
- STM 1 - Chwarae Teg PDF 846 KB
- STM 2 - Wales Institute of Mathematical and Computational Sciences (WIMCS) PDF 398 KB View as HTML (3) 36 KB
- STM 3 - CITB Cymru Wales PDF 291 KB View as HTML (4) 29 KB
- STM 4 - Techniquest PDF 607 KB
- STM 5 - Institute of Physics PDF 368 KB View as HTML (6) 32 KB
- STM 6 - STEM Business Group – Northern Ireland PDF 107 KB View as HTML (7) 8 KB
- STM 7 - Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol PDF 179 KB View as HTML (8) 37 KB
- STM 8 - Cardiff University PDF 2 MB
- STM 9 - Prof Mike Phillips PDF 106 KB View as HTML (10) 8 KB
- STM 10 - Field Studies Council PDF 335 KB View as HTML (11) 34 KB
- STM 11 - Higher Education Funding Council for Wales (HEFCW) PDF 1 MB
- STM 12 - The Cardiff Science Institute Initiative PDF 169 KB View as HTML (13) 17 KB
- STM 13 - The Royal Society of Chemistry PDF 196 KB
- STM 14 - Colleges Wales PDF 812 KB
- STM 15 - Institute of Mathematics, Physics and Computer Science at Aberystwyth University PDF 526 KB View as HTML (16) 25 KB
- STM 16 - Welsh Government PDF 178 KB View as HTML (17) 45 KB
Purpose of the consultation
The National Assembly for Wales’ Enterprise and Business Committee undertook a follow-up Inquiry into Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Skills
Terms of reference:
- What impact has the Welsh Government’s strategy Science for Wales and Delivery Plan had on science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) skills in Wales?
- What progress has been made in addressing the issues identified in the Enterprise and Learning Committee’s 2011 inquiry into the STEM agenda, including:
- The adequacy of provision of STEM skills in schools, further education colleges, higher education and work-based learning (including apprenticeships);
- Value for money from the additional funding to support and promote STEM skills and whether the current supply of STEM skills is meeting the needs of the Welsh labour market;
- The supply of education professionals able to teach STEM subjects and the impact of Initial Teacher Training Grants and the Graduate Teacher Programme on recruiting STEM teachers and education professionals;
- The effectiveness of education and business links between education institutions and STEM employers.
- Whether any progress has been made on addressing negative perceptions and gender stereotypes of STEM and promoting good practice to encourage women to acquire STEM skills and to follow STEM related careers.
- What progress has been made on learning STEM skills through Welsh medium education and training?
Disclosure of Information
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