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46 Coleg Cambria students achieved their Bronze Duke of Edinburgh’s Awards in the same week!

AN AMAZING 46 Coleg Cambria students achieved their Bronze Duke of Edinburgh’s Awards in the same week! A cohort from the north east Wales college is celebrating the amazing landmark after completing the first stage of the popular scheme, which includes volunteering, physical and skills challenges, and an expedition. The news comes after eight Independent…

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Companies warned on blanket employment law policies by North Wales legal firm

COMPANIES must be wary of implementing a ‘no jab, no job’ policy and mindful of other employment law factors that have arisen during the COVID-19 pandemic. Edward Hughes Solicitors, based in Rhyl and Colwyn Bay, revealed they have been inundated with calls and emails from businesses unsure whether they can legally introduce a blanket rule…

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Coleg Cambria unveils innovative new wellness hub at its Yale site

COLEG CAMBRIA will be at the heart of a self-care and mindfulness reformation in the aftermath of the Coronavirus pandemic. The college has developed a revolutionary new Wellness Hub at its revamped Yale site in Wrexham, a facility aiming to unite charities, third sector organisations and local youth groups with students and the public. As…

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Radar PR again nominated for Professional of the Year title at PRCA Cymru Awards

RADAR PR has been shortlisted for the Professional of the Year title at the PRCA DARE Awards Cymru. Director Martin Williams – who won the award in 2020 – said: “To again be nominated for such a prestigious accolade is a huge honour. The last year has been incredibly challenging for all businesses, so this…

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Award-winning student and tennis coach becomes youngest ever LTA councillor

A LEADING light in Welsh sport and politics has become the youngest ever council member of the national governing body for tennis. Coleg Cambria learner Jonathon Dawes, from Rhyl, was among a group of seven people appointed to the LTA (Lawn Tennis Association) Council. Student President at the college’s Deeside Sixth Form Centre, the 18…

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Coleg Cambria to launch electric and hybrid vehicle training centre

COLEG CAMBRIA is motoring towards the launch of a revolutionary electric and hybrid vehicle training centre. Just 5% of mechanics in the UK are qualified to work on electric cars, leaving the industry struggling to meet the 2030 deadline to transition from petrol and diesel to fossil-free, zero-emission travel. The college’s Bersham Road site in…

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NorthWales Media transforms empty landmark into Covid business centre for community

A RUNDOWN building is being transformed into a revolutionary Covid business centre by the team behind a leading marketing and IT company. NorthWales Media has been renovating an empty former supermarket site on Church Street in Flint. The firm, based on the town’s Market Square, has invested £200,000 and plans to unveil services including a…

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Mentor helps boost ASD retention at Coleg Cambria – and numbers are growing

A MENTOR has helped to improve retention and the social and wellness journey of autistic learners at Coleg Cambria. Josh Roberts joined the college 12 months ago, as the Coronavirus pandemic was taking hold in the UK. It made his new role as an ASD (Autistic Spectrum Disorder) and Support Mentor more challenging, as he…

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Coleg Cambria awarded leading sustainability standard for 18th year in a row

COLEG CAMBRIA’S commitment to the environment and sustainability is a roaring success. The north east Wales college has again been awarded the Level Five Green Dragon Environmental Management Standard. All its sites in Wrexham, Deeside, Llysfasi and Northop have achieved the prestigious accreditation. It is the highest level of the Groundworks scheme that can be…

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North Wales surge in demand for skilled IT and digital workers as pupil interest drops

DEMAND for IT and digital skills in North Wales has never been higher. A study by the Learning and Work Institute found that across the UK, one in four companies has a significant gap when it comes to basic computer skills. That, coupled with a 40% fall in school pupils taking ICT at GCSE level…

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