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Coleg Cambria apprentice wins top manufacturing prize at Make UK Wales Awards

A COLEG CAMBRIA apprentice has picked up one of the most prestigious prizes in work-based learning. Carwyn Roberts, from Trefnant, was given the Engineering Apprentice Final Year Award at the Make UK Wales virtual ceremony, sponsored by Sony TEC. A CNC Machining Apprentice at the Airbus wing-making factory in Broughton, and learner at the college’s…

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Elin reveals vision for growth and fresh identity after taking on new role at Llysfasi

HE new head of a leading land-based college plans to grow their offering at the heart of the rural community. Elin Roberts, site lead and Assistant Principal of Technical Studies at Coleg Cambria Llysfasi, has spent her life in agriculture. Having been raised on her family’s farm in Cwm Pennant, Gwynedd, she now farms alongside…

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Coleg Cambria-Pudding Compartment partnership serves up job success

A SWEET partnership between Coleg Cambria and a pioneering bakery business is serving up success for its staff. The college has been working with The Pudding Compartment in Flint to upskill team members through the Skills for Employers and Employees (SEE) project. Managing Director Steve West says the collaboration boosted morale and has given individuals…

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Welcome to our new home – Hanover House in St Asaph

RADAR PR has a new home.  I visited Hanover House in St Asaph this morning, eight months after scoping out a possible office for the business before Coronavirus took hold in the UK. Within minutes I secured a space on floor one of the The Roe building, and just hours later had bought chairs, plants…

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More than half of students on debut college Business cohort achieve first class degrees

MORE than half of the students on a top business degree gained a first-class qualification. A staggering 56% of learners on the BSc Applied Business Management at Coleg Cambria’s Northop Business School – accredited by Swansea University – achieved the best marks possible. They are the first cohort to complete the full three-year degree, which…

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The Apprentice winner Alana Spencer among stars of award-winning virtual event

A SERIES of virtual education workshops held in lockdown won a top learning award. Led by Coleg Cambria and further and higher education institutions across Wales, the Summer Start Up Week received the Entrepreneurship Catalyst prize at the National Enterprise Educator Awards. Young entrepreneurs were treated to five days of inspirational online presentations on how…

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Coleg Cambria staff covered thousands of miles in lockdown exercise classes

COLEG Cambria staff covered thousands of miles and took part in a wide range of physical challenges during lockdown. Employees from across sites in Deeside, Northop, Llysfasi and Yale and Bersham Road in Wrexham participated in more than 125 virtual exercise classes while working from home due to the Coronavirus pandemic. As part of the…

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Adult Learners Week – Single mum turns life around on Cambria skills courses

AN AWARD-WINNING single mum who turned her life around with the help of Coleg Cambria is planning for a career in the beauty industry after achieving academic success. Sara Jane Thomas endured a traumatic and troubled youth, which included drink and drug addiction and as a victim of domestic violence. But the 31 year-old, from…

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Adult Learners Week – Pensioner helps granddaughter with home schooling after IT course

DAVE JOHNSON was able to help his teenage granddaughter with home schooling in lockdown thanks to a Coleg Cambria Skills for Adults course. The former heating engineer admits to not being the most tech-savvy learner, but quickly got to grips with the college’s Essential Skills classes in Using a Tablet, and Word Processing, held at…

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College students support campaign for more social distancing among teenagers

COLEG CAMBRIA is supporting a campaign urging students to socially distance and lower the risks of Coronavirus. Led by Denbighshire County Council and backed by local authorities, the emergency services and education providers in North Wales, learners have been encouraged to keep to the two-metre rule and help in the fight against COVID-19. The council…

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