GCSE students can tweet for advice following Thursday's exam results
SWANSEA-BASED GCSE students are being urged to tweet Wales's largest apprenticeship provider with their questions following their exam results.
They are being told to get in touch with ACT after being awarded their grades on Thursday.
Staff at the service will be manning the Twitter account all day on @acttraining offering advice on apprenticeships and training opportunities for students who do not want to continue in mainstream education.
Findings from a recent Welsh Government report showed a fifth of all Welsh 16-24 year olds were classed as Neets (Not in Education, Employment or Training).
ACT is looking to make a positive difference to people's lives by offering outstanding learning opportunities from business administration to construction courses.
It offers work-based training to more than 8,000 people every year through its five centres.