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Coleg Cambria and Airbus partnership reaches new heights

AN ENGINEERING degree has taken off thanks to a college partnership with a world-leading plane maker. The collaboration between Coleg Cambria, Swansea University and Airbus has attracted high-calibre students to the BEng in Aeronautical and Manufacturing Engineering. The second cohort graduated at the South Wales institution just weeks ago, having enjoyed working and studying at…

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College celebrates incredible year with special guests at annual meeting

COLEG CAMBRIA marked a record-breaking year with a ceremony of reflection at its new £1.5m engineering complex. The college held its annual general meeting at the cutting-edge extension to its Centre of Engineering Excellence facility in Deeside. And what a year it has been; more than £115,000 raised for the NSPCC, Wales’ best-ever FE and…

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Sofa so good for college partnership with leading furniture maker

SOFA so good for the innovative partnership between one of the UK’s top furniture makers and a leading college. Coleg Cambria has supplied Westbridge Furniture with six apprentices since joining forces with the Deeside-based company and is encouraging more youngsters aged 16-18 to enrol on their popular traineeship scheme before moving on to a full…

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Coleg Cambria to host popular Blue Planet II public lecture

THE story behind one of the world’s great nature and wildlife programmes is coming to Coleg Cambria. Blue Planet II: The science behind the BBC series will take place at the college’s Deeside Sixth Form Centre tomorrow (Wednesday) from 6pm. Professor Mark Brandon and Dr Philip Sexton will lead a public lecture explaining the workings…

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Coleg Cambria and orchestra unite to create sensory garden for dementia patients

STUDENTS have joined forces with a popular orchestra to create an innovative sensory garden for dementia patients. A team of first year learners from the Horticulture course at Coleg Cambria’s Northop site are working with Wrexham Symphony Orchestra (WSO) to transform the space at Wrexham Maelor Hospital Adult Mental Health Unit. They have already cleared…

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Coleg Cambria students take over kitchen at top Wales restaurant

STUDENTS cooked up a storm by taking over the kitchen at one of Wales’ top restaurants. Learners from Coleg Cambria’s Catering and Hospitality courses prepared, cooked and served food for diners at Machine House restaurant in Rossett, Wrexham. The popular venue – named Best Restaurant in Wales at the AA Hospitality Awards last year –…

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Coleg Cambria achieves Wales’ best ever work-based learning inspection

COLEG CAMBRIA has reached new levels of excellence in work-based learning and delivery of apprenticeships. The college received the best work-based learning (WBL) inspection in Wales to date from Estyn, the education and training inspectorate. The ambition, skill and enthusiasm of learners, economic impact, staff progression and burgeoning links with industry heavyweights across North Wales…

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Coleg Cambria at the centre of Wales netball success

COLEG CAMBRIA is at the centre of success for netball in Wales. Students at the college are achieving their goals by securing places in the Welsh and UK sides. Among them are Emily Martin, Maisie Williams and Mollie Underhill, who will represent the Welsh Colleges Squad on the national stage in 2019, having attended trials…

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Coleg Cambria leads the way to Shanghai with UK’s biggest Worldskills squad

COLEG CAMBRIA is set to take more representatives to the prestigious Worldskills competition in China than any other organisation in the UK. Wales has the most learners and apprentices on the international shortlist for the event, an impressive 10 out of the 47 set to travel to Shanghai in 2021. And five of that cohort…

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Coleg Cambria students renovate day centre as new £4m replacement is built nearby

COLEG CAMBRIA students are renovating a dilapidated community centre while a new £4million adult day care facility is being built Construction trainees have been busy painting fences and benches, plastering walls, tidying the gardens and carrying out maintenance duties at Glanrafon Adult Day Care Centre in Queensferry. Up to 50 people use the complex every…

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