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Airline boss donates private jet to Coleg Cambria engineers

ENGINEERS are reaching for the sky thanks to the boss of a top UK airline. Generous Jet2.com Chairman Philip Meeson has presented Coleg Cambria with a Jet Provost T5 aircraft. Mr Meeson, whose nephew is completing an aerospace apprenticeship with Cambria and Broughton-based wingmakers Airbus, donated his own personal jet to the college’s Deeside campus….

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Businesses launched by teen students boost Cornwall economy

BUSINESSES launched by teenage students are having a major impact on the Cornish economy. The Entrepreneurship degree at Falmouth University has already spawned dozens of companies in a variety of sectors, creating jobs and generating thousands of pounds in UK and overseas sales. Falmouth Business School say the drive and ingenuity of cohorts across all…

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Growth Bid drive for more land and buildings to create 10,000 new jobs in North Wales

NORTH WALES desperately needs more land and buildings to support thousands of jobs that will be created by the region’s Growth Vision. One of the eight North Wales Growth Bid programmes is Land and Property Development, addressing a huge shortage in suitable sites for housing and commercial use. The North Wales Economic Ambition Board has…

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Coleg Cambria joins forces with global machinery leader AGCO to train apprentices

COLEG CAMBRIA is ploughing a furrow as one of the UK’s number one centres for agriculture after joining forces with a global leader in farm machinery. The north east Wales institution has teamed up with AGCO, a worldwide manufacturer and distributor of agricultural equipment, to train the next generation of farm and machine workers. Apprentices…

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Llandudno IT firm on cloud nine following rapid rise since management buyout

A LEADING IT company is on cloud nine after growing its workforce and increasing turnover every year since a rescue buyout. And things are set to get even better for the team at Risc IT Solutions in Llandudno, as they look to take on three new staff and target a possible acquisition in a bid…

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Cream of UK engineering descends on Coleg Cambria for two-day conference

LEADING lights in UK engineering descended on Coleg Cambria for a prestigious two-day conference. The college’s £10m Bersham Road facility in Wrexham hosted the EEF (Engineering Employers Federation) forum, where up to 25 further education leaders came together for a packed programme of workshops and activities centred on best practice and innovative learning methods. Nick…

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Whisky boss unveils expansion plans at 20Twenty business event in Wrexham

A RISING Welsh whisky firm doing a roaring trade the world over is planning to open new sites in Llandudno and Swansea. Speaking at a conference for the acclaimed 20Twenty Business Growth Programme at Holt Lodge in Wrexham, Penderyn Distillery boss Stephen Davies (pictured) revealed the company will be expanding into other areas of the…

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North Wales recruiters Supertemps look east for expansion after taking on new staff

ONE of the region’s top recruitment companies is taking on staff and expanding into NEW territory. Supertemps – based in Bangor and Colwyn Bay – will open a branch in north east Wales later this summer. The decision came as Managing Director Sarah Ellwood employed four new workers and revealed further growth will take place…

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Falmouth students in survival mode after launching business for last-minute learners

SAVVY students are in survival mode after launching a business targeting last-minute learners. The team behind the Student Survival Pack are in for a busy summer, preparing boxes of supplies for the bathroom, bedroom and kitchen ahead of a return to academia in September. The first year Entrepreneurship cohort at Falmouth Business School – Harry…

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Coleg Llysfasi partnership and new schools contest highlight UK farming innovation

A PARTNERSHIP between Coleg Llysfasi and LEAF Education highlighted innovation and technology in agriculture as part of a groundbreaking schools competition. The inaugural Innovation School of the Year in Food, Farming and Environment competition was organised by Llysfasi and LEAF Education (Linking Environment and Farming) at the college’s Denbighshire campus. The initiative brought together 14-16…

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