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Coleg Cambria and Bangor University unveil new partnership at £21m building launch

TWO leading education institutions have joined forces to target recovery and growth in sectors hard-hit by the Coronavirus pandemic. Coleg Cambria and Bangor University will be working closely to develop new strategic pathways and support employers as they build back after a challenging period for all industries. Cambria’s Chief Executive Yana Williams and Vice Chancellor…

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Candice leads the way for S2 Recruitment as demand rises for high-flying candidates

AN AWARD-WINNING recruitment firm pivoted in the pandemic to meet demand for high-flying candidates. S2 Recruitment – part of the Colwyn Bay and Bangor-based Supertemps Group – is focused on filling positions in managerial and executive roles, with a particular vacancy rise in areas such as HR, business analytics, IT, and finance. Candice Chartrand is…

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Low carbon Llysfasi projects given the green light with £500k grant support

LOW CARBON projects have been given the green light after securing more than £500,000 in grant support. The three schemes will be based at Coleg Cambria Llysfasi and pioneer new technology aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the agriculture sector. Funded by the Welsh Government via its Whole System Business Research Innovation for Decarbonisation…

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New report reveals almost half of people in lockdown ate unhealthily to cheer themselves up

ALMOST half of people in Wales ate more unhealthily in lockdown to cheer themselves up. A report by YouGov in support of the Welsh Government’s Help Us, Help You campaign also revealed more than a third of 1,000 people surveyed nationwide had put on weight, with 10% gaining 1.5 stone or more. And a staggering 65% admitted…

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Cyclists on track to complete 250-mile mountain ride and raise £15k for Wrexham Sounds

CYCLISTS are on track to raise £15,000 for a music studio for disadvantaged children. Wrexham Sounds chairman Chris Lloyd and a group of friends and supporters will journey more than 250 miles around the mountains of North Wales from October 7-10 to garner funds for the revamped social enterprise. Chris hopes people will get behind…

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Coleg Cambria leads the way with country’s biggest WorldSkills cohort

COLEG CAMBRIA has once again produced the largest cohort of Worldskills UK competitors in Wales. The college has 24 representatives selected for the finals of the prestigious event, which will be held across multiple venues from November 9-19. Cambria’s burgeoning links with business and industry reinforced their place among the top institutions in the country…

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College to get world-class skills boost after joining new Centre of Excellence

COLEG CAMBRIA will get a world-class skills boost after being selected to join an elite training programme. The north east Wales college is one of 12 institutions to become part of the WorldSkills UK Centre of Excellence, in addition to 20 announced last autumn when the three-year pilot project was launched. The Centre of Excellence…

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Coleg Cambria to build £3m ‘knife dragon’ for awareness campaign

A KNIFE Dragon will be used as a weapon for education. Coleg Cambria, North Wales Police, Wrexham Council and other stakeholders have joined forces to construct a three-metre ‘Knife Dragon’ using weapons safely handed in at local police stations as part of regional amnesty campaigns. The sculpture is under construction at the college’s Bersham Road…

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S4S celebrates 10th anniversary with plans for major expansion and jobs

A LEADING manufacturer celebrating 10 years in business is steeling itself for further growth after securing major national contracts. S4S (Steel 4 Structures) is planning to recruit 10 new staff and unveil a 12,500 sq ft extension to its 37,500 sq ft Buckley factory after winning a raft of clients during Covid. The company, which…

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Talented Cambria tutor continues to blossom with place in national floristry final

A TALENTED tutor has a Spring in her step after being nominated for a national title. Coleg Cambria lecturer Amanda Ellis is a finalist in the Floristry Tutor of the Year category of the British Florist Association (BFA) Industry Awards. And the college itself was shortlisted for Floristry Training Provider of the Year. Based at…

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