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First ever AGCO-Llysfasi cohort graduates from innovative apprenticeship scheme

LEARNERS ploughed ahead in completing an innovative agriculture training scheme despite the challenges of Covid-19. The first ever cohort of AGCO apprentices at Coleg Cambria Llysfasi have completed the three-year Technical Advanced Extended Diploma in Agricultural Engineering. The north east Wales college teamed up with the worldwide manufacturer and distributor of agricultural equipment to train…

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Plastering student secures apprenticeship after impressing skills course instructor

A traditional building skills course led to an apprenticeship opportunity from one of its instructors. Organised by Wrexham’s Traditional Building Skills Programme and held at Coleg Cambria’s Bersham Road site, the traditional building skills courses are provided free through Wrexham Council. Plasterer student Wesley Jackson has attended several of the Traditional Building skills courses to…

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Coleg Cambria a leader in standards of inclusion for disabled people

COLEG CAMBRIA has achieved leadership status in developing standards of inclusion for disabled people. The north east Wales college is now a Level 3 Disability Confident Leader. The DWP (Department for Work and Pensions) scheme encourages organisations of all sizes to encourage, support and retain talented, loyal and hard-working disabled employees. As a Disability Confident Leader, Cambria…

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Coleg Cambria chef Barry serving up food and drink at Wimbledon this week

A TOP chef is serving up food and drink at the world’s number one tennis tournament. Barry Langston, head chef at Coleg Cambria’s Ial Restaurant in Wrexham, has been joined by two Hospitality and Catering students at the Wimbledon tennis championships. Over the coming days, Barry – who worked previously in Le Mans, France, and has operated…

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Cambria student Hari won’t let blindness stop lifelong dream to work with horses

HARI ROBERTS has been blind since birth, but that has not stopped him living an action-packed life. A self-confessed thrillseeker, the 19 year-old has been riding horses for 10 years and is currently studying Equine Care and Management at Coleg Cambria. As well as eventing, cross country and dressage he has taken part in many…

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Coleg Cambria Welsh learners were commended at a virtual prizegiving

WELSH learners were commended at a virtual prizegiving. As part of Coleg Cambria’s annual Student Awards – held online due to the Coronavirus pandemic – accolades were given out to three worthy winners who excelled in displaying their bilingual skills and promoting the Welsh language. Sponsored by Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol (CCC), the successful students were:…

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College head Karl completes epic challenge for Stepping Stones North Wales

A TIRELESS fundraiser took on an epic journey for a charity supporting victims of abuse. Having accomplished the Three Peaks in 2018, and the Crazy 7 in Scotland – including the Cairngorms – a year later, Karl Jackson completed the Freezing Fingers challenge during the winter. Karl, who is site lead and Assistant Director for…

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Coleg Cambria Llysfasi to hold special centenary open day this Saturday

A SPECIAL centenary open day will be held at one of the country’s top land-based colleges. Coleg Cambria Llysfasi will host the event from 10am-2pm on Saturday (June 26). Adhering to social distancing and Coronavirus safety measures, staff at the Denbighshire site – celebrating its 100th anniversary – look forward to welcoming visitors for the first…

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Cambria learners celebrated at virtual awards ceremony after challenging year

COLEG CAMBRIA learners have achieved incredible things in the past year. And they were recognised at the college’s annual Student Awards. Sadly, a ceremony could not take place due to the Coronavirus pandemic, but that did not stop them paying tribute to those who had excelled over the last 12 months Up to 90 prizes…

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From driving dump trucks to thoroughbred training – adventure of a lifetime for Welsh equine student

MADDIE STEVENS has been on the adventure of a lifetime since graduating from Coleg Cambria. A former Equine student at the college’s Northop site, the 21 year-old travelled to New Zealand in 2019 for a six-month placement at a show jumping yard. Two years later and Maddie has done everything from driving dump trucks at…

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