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Coleg Cambria staff caring for 200 types of animal during Coronavirus crisis

WHILE frontline services and NHS staff go above and beyond to support and care for the general public there is another group of workers beavering away in the background. At Coleg Cambria’s sites in Northop and Llysfasi, lecturers, practitioners and animal technicians are out in all weathers, feeding, maintaining and observing more than 200 different…

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Coleg Cambria students offered places at elite international universities

COLEG CAMBRIA students are being offered places at elite international universities. As well as Oxford, Cambridge and Russell Group institutions, learners from the north east Wales college are looking overseas for a higher education. Among them is Oliver Barton, who secured a place to study Chemistry at Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia, Canada. The 19…

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Coleg Cambria student prepares for Eastern adventure on exchange programme

EMILY RICE is preparing for an Eastern adventure after securing a place on a popular exchange programme. The Coleg Cambria learner has been selected as one of just four students to attend the Japanese Flintshire Youth Exchange this summer. Emily, from Rhyl, is currently taking A levels in Business, Psychology and English Language at Deeside…

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Active Cambria programme supports thousands of college students and staff

HUNDREDS of students and workers in north east Wales are improving their health and wellbeing with Coleg Cambria. More and more people are signing up to the college’s free Active Mind, Body and Soul sessions in a bid to better their lifestyles. Around 800 learners and 200 staff members took part in the Active Cambria…

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Coleg Cambria £21m redevelopment on course for completion this summer

THE £21million redevelopment of Coleg Cambria Yale will transform education in Wrexham. The Grove Park Road site is due to be finished in July and open this September in time for the 2020/21 academic year. Improved facilities include a new-look kitchen and restaurant, a sports complex, cutting-edge study spaces, IT suites and a 200-seat conference…

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Coleg Cambria super six to contest places at WorldSkills Shanghai event

Coleg Cambria will compete for places at the ‘skills Olympics’ in Shanghai next year. Six learners from the north east Wales college have made the Long Squad for Worldskills. The list is made up of 137 apprentices who will now join the event’s talent programme to try to secure a place on the team that…

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North Wales Police and Coleg Cambria join forces to train future PCSOs

COLEG CAMBRIA and North Wales Police have joined forces to launch a new traineeship scheme. The programme is aimed at prospective PCSOs (Police Community Support Officer) aged 18 above and will blend education at the college’s Deeside site with on-the-job training. The pilot scheme will be class-based for the first month, then the learners will…

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Steel giant and Coleg Cambria celebrate first apprentice graduates at ceremony

THE first learners to graduate from an innovative partnership between Coleg Cambria and an international steel giant have been celebrated at an awards presentation. The north east Wales college and Tata Steel have joined forces to deliver an NVQ Foundation Apprenticeship programme in Manufacturing. Thirty-one members of the inaugural cohort have successfully completed the NVQ…

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Yana Williams returns to take the helm at Coleg Cambria and make the institution ‘even more innovative’

COLEG CAMBRIA begins the decade with a new chief executive who plans to take the award-winning institution “to the next level”. Yana Williams has a long-term vision for the north east Wales college and will build on the foundations laid by predecessor David Jones OBE. The former CEO/Principal of Hugh Baird College in Liverpool vowed…

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Tributes paid to Coleg Cambria CEO David Jones OBE as he steps down from role

THE enduring and positive impact of David Jones on education and the economy has received widespread praise from leading figures across the country. Mr Jones steps down as Chief Executive of Coleg Cambria this week after steering the institution to national acclaim. The 57-year-old was formerly principal of Deeside College before its merger with Wrexham’s…

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