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Welsh Language in Health, Social Services and Social Care Awards 2014 – less than a month to nominate

The awards will be held at the Wales Millennium Centre on 19 June as part of the Words into Action Conference.

Do you know an individual, team, group or care organisation that provides an excellent Welsh language service? If you do, remember that the nominations for the Welsh Language in Health, Social Services and Social Care Awards 2014 closes 14 March.

The Welsh Government is looking for groups or individuals who have gone the extra mile to ensure that patients and services users receive services through the medium of Welsh as a natural part of their care.
 
The Awards will be presented as part of the Words into Action Conference held at the Wales Millennium Centre on 19 June 2014 where the focus will be on More than just words, the Welsh Government’s strategic framework to improve the quality of Welsh language provision in health, social services and social care.
 
A number of new categories were introduced as part of the awards this year to reflect the priorities in More than just words – so give it a go!  Remember that you can win up to £1,000 in prize money in order to further strengthen Welsh language provision.

How to nominate

Complete the online nomination form

Follow the instructions on the Welsh Language Policy Unit website (external link) and complete the online form.

Email

You can also download the form and email it to: uned-yr-iaith@wales.gsi.gov.uk.

Categories

  • Teams, groups, organisations within the NHS, Social Services and Social Care
  • Voluntary organisations
  • Higher and Further Education organisations
  • Local authorities
  • Individuals for the Learner of the Year category
  • Nominations from the public are welcomed for category 9

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