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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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Leaders praise Coleg Cambria after £20m revamp is given the green light

THE £21m redevelopment of Coleg Cambria’s Wrexham campus will begin in the New Year. Cambria’s Yale site is to undergo a major overhaul that will feature a three-storey complex equipped with the latest digital technology, a 200-seat conference hall, new training kitchens and restaurant, a cutting-edge study space, revolutionary sports facilities and IT suites. Hundreds…

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African student moves from Zimbabwe to North Wales for farming qualification

AN AFRICAN student travelled 8000 miles from Zimbabwe to study farming at Coleg Cambria. Dominic Edwards made the 13-hour journey to begin a Level 3 Technical Certificate in Agriculture at Coleg Llysfasi. Having grown up in Tanzania and Malawi, Dominic later spent years working on the farms of his friends and their families in Zimbabwe’s…

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Rugby greats unite to raise £42,000 at Coleg Cambria event

A COLEG CAMBRIA event starring Welsh rugby greats raised an incredible £42,000 for the NSPCC. An Evening with Sam Warburton was attended by more than 200 people and saw the former Wales and British Lions captain headline the celebration alongside past teammates George North and Ryan Jones. BBC broadcaster Jason Mohammad hosted proceedings and was…

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Student pays emotional art tribute to family lost in WW1

A STUDENT journeyed to Belgium and paid tribute to fallen soldiers with a stunning piece of artwork inspired by a college project. Rhiannon Ridding, from Sychdyn, visited the Menin Gate Memorial in Flanders after creating a wreath using old photographs of family members who died in the First World War. The Coleg Cambria student’s incredible…

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Coleg Cambria Llysfasi submits proposal for £20m carbon farm

COLEG CAMBRIA LLYSFASI is planning a £20million carbon neutral farm to pioneer new technologies in digital agriculture and renewable energy. The college’s Denbighshire site is proposing to develop the hub as part of the North Wales Growth Bid, with support from North Wales Economic Ambition Board. Their vision is to create a centre of excellence…

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Coleg Cambria number one in Wales at Worldskills UK tournament

COLEG CAMBRIA is on top of the world after achieving Wales’ best results at a national skills ceremony. The college won nine medals, was highly commended in two categories and achieved a staggering 25 points at the Worldskills UK LIVE competition in Birmingham. Cambria finished fourth in the overall league table and number one in…

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