The library career and qualifications path


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Library staff in Wales have opportunities to improve their skills and qualifications through the bursaries and training available under the Libraries Inspire strategic programme for 2015-16.

Full information can be found in the document ‘Library workforce development grant information’ on the Welsh Government website CyMAL grant pages.

In summary, there are bursaries available for people wishing to study library and information qualifications from Level 2 (i.e. from the Certificate in LAIS) upwards to MSc level and including the Foundation Degree and its conversion to a BSc and the PDA in ICTL (Professional Development Award in ICT in Libraries). If you have any queries get in touch – contact details are in the document. All these qualifications can be studied in Wales (or at other accredited institutions if you prefer).

Whilst I’m writing on this topic, now is a good moment to look at the career…

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