Decision Making in Wales: an introduction


March 11


09:00 am - 05:00 pm

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Institute of Welsh Affairs (IWA)


Wales Millennium Centre

Bute Pl, Cardiff Bay, CF10 5AL

Cardiff Bay, GB, CF10 5AL

Course aims: 

To give learners an understanding of how Government and politics works in Wales.   The course will provide an overview of the roles of the National Assembly and Welsh Government, and how decisions are made.

Learning outcomes: 

By attending this course you will be able to understand:

  • The roles of Ministers and AMs

  • How the Assembly and the Cabinet work

  • The differences between the political parties

  • The development of devolution

  • The relationship between Wales, Westminster and the EU

  • How public finance works in Wales

Who is this course for? 

This course is for people who want a general introduction into the structures of decision making in Wales, and the forces that influence them.

Additional Information: 

This event is CPD certified.

This course will be followed by an advanced lobbying course the following week. To find out more about this course please follow this link.  Ticket bundles for those looking to attend both are available at a rate of 20% discount. For more information on this or to make multiple bookings, please contact [email protected] or call 02920 484 387.

IWA professional training is being delivered in partnership with the Welsh Institute for Health and Social Care (WIHSC).