Dr Nichola Welton BA, MSc, Postgraduate Diploma, PhD

Senior Lecturer

Carmarthen

Tel: +44 (0) 1267676631
E-mail: n.welton@uwtsd.ac.uk

nichola welton

Nichola has taught at the university of Wales Trinity Saint David’s for the last 10 years within the School of Social Justice and Inclusion. She has taught on the MA and BA Youth and Community Programmes, MA Outdoor Education, BA Social Inclusion and BA Primary Education Studies.

Prior to her teaching role at the University Nichola worked for both the voluntary and maintained Youth Service in Wales at a regional and national level.

I have taught at both undergraduate and postgraduate level  across the school:

  • Youth Work:  Participatory Research Methods , Dissertation, Social Pedagogy and Social Education, Sustainable  Communities
  • BA Social Inclusion: Sustainability and Social Inclusion
  • MA Equality and Diversity in Society: Reflective Practice, Sustainable Communities.
  • BA Primary Education studies: Education for Sustainability
  • Ma Dissertation supervisor
  • Director of Studies  Phd in Youth Work
  • Second supervisor PhD
  • Non-formal/informal  learning, Education for Sustainability Development and outdoor learning, with Young people
  • Participatory Research with Young People and communities.
  • Non-formal learning/informal, Education for Sustainability Development and outdoor learning, with Young people
  • Participatory Research with Young People and communities.
  • Project Manager: Hafan Cymru,; Evaluation of Spectrum Project
  • Project Manager : ESF funded Reach the Heights Training 
  • ESRC Knowledge Transfer Programme: 1 Year with the Welsh Government, project managed a  large research project.
  • Project Coordinator Trinity Saint David-Joint  Project with NFER Wales: Review of Merthyr Tydfil and Gwynedd’s Youth Service.
  • Research Coordinator Welsh Government : Evaluation of Theatre Fforwm Cymru,
  • Research Coordinator Welsh Government: Voluntary Youth Service.

Evans, D. Rose J., Tucker-Welton, (2008) Welsh Assesmbly Government: Cardiff

Tucker-Welton, (2008), An Exploration of the Learning and Accreditation needs for Maintained and Voluntary Youth Service Provision: Recognition of Quality Assured Life Long Learning (QALL): informal and non-formal learning) for the Adult Workforce and Young People through the Credit and Qualifications Framework for Wales. Welsh Assembly Government: Cardiff

  • Reviewer/Associate Editor Youth and Policy
  • Reviewer Journal of Experiential Learning
  • Reviewer Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning