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Four metre Welsh knife dragon under construction at Coleg Cambria

A FOUR-METRE dragon constructed from thousands of weapons will breathe fire into a knife awareness campaign. The stunning metal sculpture is being built at Coleg Cambria’s Bersham Road site, in partnership with North Wales Police and Wrexham Council. Lecturer John Freeman and students have been safely welding and fabricated confiscated items – including samurai swords,…

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Coleg Cambria to showcase new cutting-edge facilities at accessible open events

COLEG CAMBRIA will showcase its wide range of courses and cutting-edge facilities at a series of open events this Spring. The accessible sessions will take place on the following dates at these sites: Deeside and Deeside Sixth – Wednesday March 6 from 5pm-7pm. Llysfasi – Saturday March 9 from 10am-12pm. Yale and Yale Sixth Wrexham…

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£10m land-based college redevelopment set for completion this September

THE £10m redevelopment of a leading land-based college is set for completion this autumn. Backed with more than £5.9m from the Welsh Government’s Sustainable Communities for Learning Programme, Coleg Cambria is transforming its land-based campus at Llysfasi, near Ruthin. Following the opening of its £1.2m rural education centre three years ago, a new state-of-the-art, 1095…

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New-look hospitality and tourism programme to help breathe life into industry

A NEW-LOOK tourism qualification will help breathe life into the sector and train the next generation of hospitality workers. Delivered by Coleg Cambria, the FdA in Tourism and Hospitality Management has been revamped to meet the demands of the industry post-Covid. Learners can study for two years at the college’s Yale site in Wrexham before…

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Social mobility charity celebrating 10th anniversary expands North Wales services with college support

A TRANSFORMATIVE social mobility charity celebrating its 10th anniversary will support and educate even more young people across north east Wales in 2024. WeMindTheGap has received additional funding from the UK Shared Prosperity Fund to extend its WeDiscover, WeGrow and WeBelong provision from January onwards. The programmes are backed by Wrexham and Flintshire councils, and supported by Coleg Cambria. WeDiscover is…

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Coleg Cambria students cap brilliant year with call ups for Wales

STUDENTS capped a brilliant year by earning call-ups for their country. Jack Hawkins and Seren Cashen were both picked to play for Wales in 2023 and received their caps over the festive period. Jack, a Level 3 Sports learner, was selected by the Welsh Colleges Cricket Team, while Seren – currently studying a BTEC Level…

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Animal magic for Molly and Luke – new jobs at West Midland Safari Park

SAFARI so good for a couple who landed dream jobs at a leading tourist attraction. Molly Cartwright and Luke Fearnett, former Animal Management students at Coleg Cambria Northop, have secured permanent roles at West Midland Safari Park in Worcestershire. Celebrating its 50th anniversary, the 200-acre park welcomes more than 750,000 visitors every year. With 165 different…

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Coleg Cambria open events to support adults looking for new careers post-pandemic

A SERIES of open events for adults will take place at Coleg Cambria this month. They will be held in person at the following college sites: Deeside – Monday January 22 from 4pm-7pm. Yale, Wrexham – Tuesday January 23 from 4pm-7pm. Bersham Road, Wrexham – Tuesday January 23 from 4pm-7pm. The college, also based in…

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Spanish steps for new-look sports courses at Coleg Cambria

INDUSTRY placements and international work experience are at the heart of a top college’s new-look sports programmes. Coleg Cambria Deeside has revamped courses to ensure learners are ready to enter the world of work on completing their studies. Lecturer and coach Sean Regan says the Level 2 and Level 3 Diplomas in Sport have kicked…

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Coleg Cambria ‘Skills Factory’ launches new suite of bitesize courses for Industry 4.0

A GROUNDBREAKING digital skills factory has launched a suite of bitesize programmes to prepare companies in manufacturing and engineering for Industry 4.0. Medru – a collaboration between Coleg Cambria, Bangor University, and The Open University in Wales – is supporting businesses in search of highly talented, experienced candidates to fill employment gaps in north east…

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