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Pathway 2 Programme Guide 2023

Partnerships and Strategic Collaboration Version 1.0, 5th October 2023

3. Pathway information

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3.1. Themes

Pathway 2 projects must align with at least one of the identified Taith themes. The themes for the Pathway 2 (2023) funding call are detailed below

Themes will be set annually and may change in future years.

Developments in education

Projects under this theme should align with relevant developments taking place within the applying organisation’s sector. Where projects are cross-sectoral, applicants can choose to align with whichever is the most relevant for their project:

  • Curriculum for Wales 
  • National Youth Work Strategy for Wales (including the work of the Strategic Youth Work Implementation Board)
  • Commission for Tertiary Education and Research (including the strategic vision and duties relevant for the Adult Education sector)
Diversity and Inclusion

Examples within this theme could include (but are not limited to):

  • Bilingualism, multilingualism, and Welsh culture
  • Identity and belonging
  • Inequality, access, and social inclusion 
Climate Change

Examples within this theme could include (but are not limited to):

  • Developments in climate change education
  • Decarbonisation
  • Adaption and mitigation

3.2. Project outputs

The focus of Pathway 2 is the creation of high quality, impactful, measurable project outputs, which are of value to other organisations and the sector(s) across Wales. 

Taith is open to innovation and new ideas and welcomes and encourages applying organisations to propose project outputs which best work for them and their sector. Project outputs can be in a range of different formats such as written, visual, video, workshops etc. Examples of project outputs could include (but are not limited to): 

  • New models or methods 
  • Resources/toolkits
  • Training/teaching materials
  • Digital resources/outputs

3.3. Dissemination

A key aspect of Pathway 2 is the requirement for project outputs to be shared and disseminated. Applying organisations will need to demonstrate clearly how they intend to share the results of their project, and with whom. Dissemination activity must be appropriate and accessible to the sector(s), and relevant for the format and intention of the project output. Examples of dissemination activities could include (but are not limited to):

  • An event/conference/workshop
  • The sharing of resources through an online platform, or through an app (* please note, funding for such a resource where an annual fee occurs will not be covered by Taith)
  • Training sessions for individuals/organisations to develop knowledge and understanding of the chosen theme(s)