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Coleg Cambria HE sports courses net praise from talented graduates

POPULAR sports courses netted praise from talented graduates. Samantha Coffin and Jordan Broom are among the learners to successfully complete the FdSc Sports Coaching and FdSc in Fitness and Health with Coleg Cambria University Centre. The college, which has sites in Wrexham, Deeside, Llysfasi and Northop, delivers the foundation degrees in partnership with Liverpool John…

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Syrian father opens barber business with college help following beloved wife’s death

A BARBER raising four children alone following the death of his beloved wife achieved his business dream with the support of Coleg Cambria. Ali Suliaman Ali arrived in North Wales from Syria six years ago. With the backing of Cambria and grant funding and mentoring advice from Business Wales, the 39 year-old has now opened…

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Oxbridge offers for talented Coleg Cambria Yale students

WREXHAM students will begin life at two of the world’s leading universities this autumn. Megan Kocker, Cadence Thompson and Joe Williams have been offered places at Oxford and Cambridge. All students at Coleg Cambria Yale, the trio are thrilled and can’t wait to begin degrees in September. Megan, 18, is currently taking A Levels in…

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Streetwise students use commercial savvy to raise money for hospice

STREETWISE students used their commercial savvy to raise more than a thousand pounds for palliative care. Level 3 BTEC Business learners from Coleg Cambria Yale in Wrexham ran a successful pop-up shop in aid of Nightingale House Hospice. In less than 48 hours they gathered just under £700, which combined with an auction, a five-a-side…

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Cambria’s 100 activities over 5 sites and 5 days for Mental Health Awareness Week

COLEG CAMBRIA has organised up to 100 activities across five days and five sites to support the mental health of students and staff. To mark Mental Health Awareness Week, sessions have focused on positivity and resilience, coping with exam stress – notably post-pandemic following periods of self-isolation in lockdown – social media and mental health,…

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Jess swaps tools for tiaras and a place in the Miss Wales finals

A WHIRLWIND six months will culminate in an appearance at the Miss Wales finals for a talented apprentice engineer. Since being shortlisted for the competition – to be held in Newport over three days from this Friday – Jess Downes has visited schools, held charity events, and taken on numerous challenges. All this while juggling…

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Coleg Cambria Business School unveils new courses to meet industry demand

Cambria Business School unveiled a raft of innovative new funded courses to meet industry demand. The Coronavirus pandemic has transformed the way the private sector operates, including flexible working hours and conditions, sustainable, ‘green’ initiatives, and future proofing. The Northop-based Business School – part of Coleg Cambria – has designed professional programmes (funding subject to…

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Student inspired by Dad’s death thanks Coleg Cambria for support of career dream

THE tragic death of her beloved Dad inspired Amber-Leigh Walker to pursue a lifelong dream of becoming a veterinary surgeon. The 18 year-old was planning to study A Levels when her father Myles passed away aged just 42, leaving Amber-Leigh unsure what the future would bring. Battling anxiety and mental health issues, with the support…

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Coleg Cambria course to support bosses managing a remote workforce in pandemic

AN INNOVATIVE new course will support company owners managing a remote or ‘hybrid’ workforce due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Level 4 and Level 5 programmes will be delivered by Northop Business School – part of Coleg Cambria – and are aimed at directors, senior leaders and HR employees who faced the unprecedented challenge of switching…

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Coleg Cambria apprentice blossoms in Snowdonia conservation role

AN APPRENTICE who appeared on a popular TV show is blossoming in her role with a leading conservation partnership. Eleri Turner is enjoying life with Coleg Cambria and the Carneddau Landscape Partnership, a five-year National Heritage Lottery-funded scheme conserving an area of northern Snowdonia. The 23 year-old has been working alongside National Trust Cymru Ranger…

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