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Taith is Wales’ international learning exchange programme, creating life-changing opportunities to learn, study and volunteer all over the world. Taith is delivered by International Learning Exchange Programme Limited (ILEP Ltd), a wholly owned subsidiary company of Cardiff University. The Board sets out the vision and strategic plan of Taith to ensure its long-term success. The Taith programme team are responsible for the day-to-day running of the programme. The Board and Taith programme team are supported by the Taith Advisory Board who are experts in their field and are there to provide guidance on matters related to the delivery of the programme. The Taith Champions are external organisations which promote Taith and provide advice and guidance to other organisations within their sector and will focus specifically on those working with the most disadvantaged, those from ethnic minority backgrounds, Disabled people and/or those with Additional Learning Needs. The Sector Stakeholder Groups is open to all with an interest in support the continuing development and delivery of the Taith Programme. For more information about each team, please click on the relevant section below.

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Team

The Taith programme team is responsible for the day-to-day running of the programme.

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ILEP Ltd Board

The Board has the operational oversight of Taith and sets out the vision and strategic plan of Taith to ensure its long-term success.

Collage of the Advisory Board members

Advisory Board

The Advisory Board advises the programme team on the development and delivery of Taith.

Taith Champions

The role of the Taith Champions is to raise awareness of Taith, to provide advice and support for organisations to apply for funding and to plan and run projects.

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Sector Stakeholder Groups

Sector Stakeholder Groups support the continuing development and delivery of the Taith programme and give organisations a regular opportunity to consult and provide feedback on programme policies, processes, and communication.

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