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Risc IT Solutions going for gold in alliance with global computing giant

A PIONEERING IT business is going for gold in alliance with a global computing giant. Risc IT Solutions in Llandudno is one of Microsoft’s key UK partners for cloud services, employing 16 people at their innovative Church Walks complex. Risc is looking to further reinforce their profile by investing in four technical consultants to complete…

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Rugby giants reunited at Coleg Cambria for NSPCC fundraising evening

GIANTS of Welsh rugby came together at Coleg Cambria in support of a leading children’s charity. NSPCC ambassador Sam Warburton was joined by past teammates George North and Ryan Jones at the college’s Deeside Sixth Form Centre last night (Wednesday). And former Wales scrum half Rupert Moon was auctioneer on an incredible evening hosted by…

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S2 Recruitment joins community at £20m Anglesey science park

S2 Recruitment has joined leading businesses at the innovative £20million Menai Science Park on Anglesey. The company has a big year ahead and is preparing for further growth by opening a new base at M-SParc. Part of the award-winning Supertemps Group – based in Colwyn Bay and Bangor – S2 Recruitment has enjoyed a busy…

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£80m North Wales Growth Bid scheme targets road congestion

AN £80MILLION transport scheme will target heavy traffic at peak times on the most congested roads in North Wales. As part of the North Wales Growth Bid, the programme aims to improve connectivity, reduce carbon footprint and complement Welsh Government investment in the region’s road and rail networks. A series of projects would be introduced…

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Coleg Cambria and constructors unite to encourage school pupils to join sector

COLEG CAMBRIA and top housing developers are building relations with school pupils in a bid to encourage them to pursue a career in construction. The college hosted the newly launched BEATS (Built Environment Aspiring Technical Students) event at its £10m Bersham Road engineering complex in Wrexham on Friday. Organised in partnership with the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB), more than 100 secondary…

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Sam Warburton, Jason Mohammad and Only Men Aloud to headline Coleg Cambria charity event

RUGBY legend Sam Warburton returns to Coleg Cambria on Wednesday for an epic fundraising evening. The former Wales and British Lions captain will headline a special event at the college’s Deeside Sixth Form Centre to raise money for the NSPCC. BBC Radio and TV presenter Jason Mohammad will host proceedings, and there will be a…

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Coleg Cambria unveils largest WorldSkills team in Wales ahead of Birmingham contest

COLEG CAMBRIA has produced the largest cohort of WorldSkills students in Wales thanks to its prominent industry links and business partnerships. The college has a growing reputation in the competition and strengthened that further this week by unveiling its 20-strong group for the WorldSkills UK finals, to be held at the NEC Birmingham in November….

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Coleg Cambria again plays host to World Rally Championships as scrutineering HQ

COLEG CAMBRIA students are in pole position for careers in the motor industry after the college put more than 150 rally cars through their paces. Cambria’s Deeside site was again selected as the official scrutineering base for the Wales Rally GB leg of the FIA World Rally Championships and played host to 100 international and…

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Falmouth student launches White T-Shirt campaign to address mental health in HE

WHEN it comes to balancing a business, studying for a degree and trying to improve mental health awareness for students across the country.. Gracie Sodzi has been there, done that, got the t-shirt. The 21 year-old has been incredibly busy since launching gift company Graciefully Made in 2015, before enrolling on an Entrepreneurship degree at…

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Education Secretary gives Coleg Cambria glowing report on tour of £15m sixth form hub

WALES’ Cabinet Secretary for Education Kirsty Williams gave Coleg Cambria a glowing report on a tour of its £14.6m sixth form centre. The Minister was welcomed yesterday (Thursday) by Cambria’s Chief Executive David Jones and Alex Thomas, Head of the revolutionary Deeside complex. Ms Williams AM paid tribute to staff at the centre for achieving…

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