• Welcome to the Quality Skills Alliance (QSA)

  • The Quality Skills Alliance (QSA) is a unique consortium of work based learning providers working together to develop excellence in apprenticeships.

    Since establishing in August 2011 the QSA has delivered thousands of apprenticeships for apprentices and employers across Wales and beyond.

    Together we are supporting public sector and private sector employers from small local businesses to large global organisations. Our expertise spans a huge range of sectors – from Automotive to Hairdressing, from Creative Media to Pharmacy. Working in partnership with employers we are developing new talent and ensuring highly skilled people at all levels are supporting business growth and excellence across these organisations.

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Celebrating apprenticeship achievement at the Quality Skills Alliance Annual Awards
by Kate Ellaway - Tuesday, 15 March 2016, 4:18 PM



Seventeen of the finest apprentices working in Wales have had their hard work and dedication celebrated at a special awards ceremony.

Employers who have gone that extra mile in their commitment to work based learning were also recognised at the ceremony, held in the spectacular surroundings ...

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Safe & Secure help Newport clean up
by Kate Genesi - Wednesday, 24 February 2016, 4:39 PM

On 12th February, staff from Newport City Council, South Wales Fire and Rescue Service, Natural Resources Wales, Fly-tipping Action Wales and Safe and Secure Training joined together to clear an area of land at the former LG site, Newport.  In total sixty-nine gas cylinders were recovered during ...

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JTL Welsh apprentice wins ECA Edmundson award
by Kate Genesi - Friday, 16 October 2015, 2:32 PM

Michael O’Donovan, JTL’s Welsh Apprentice of the Year for 2014, has received further recognition of his good work after picking up the coveted ‘ECA Edmundson Best Apprentice Award’ for 2015.

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