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Coleg Cambria in pole position to support electric vehicle skills demand

COLEG CAMBRIA is in pole position to train the next generation of electric and hybrid vehicle mechanics. Learners at the college’s sites in Deeside and Bersham Road, Wrexham, have been undertaking Hybrid/Electric Vehicle Repair 2 and 3 qualifications to meet unprecedented demand for skilled technicians to work on zero-emission transport. And with new Knowledge and…

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Construction will begin on iconic North Wales landmark in the New Year

CONSTRUCTION work will begin on an iconic North Wales landmark in the New Year. Enbarr Foundation director Vicki Roskams and fellow ‘Guardians’ of the John Summers Clock Tower in Deeside are hoping more people join their “revolution” in 2022 and help bring the dilapidated building back to life. More than £600,000 in grants and financial…

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Art students light up new year campaign for Williams Estates

GRAND designs by talented art students hold the keys to a long-standing partnership with one of the country’s top property agents. Learners on the Foundation Studies in Art and Design course at Grwp Llandrillo Menai have been working alongside Williams Estates to develop a series of images for their Home is Where the Heart Is campaign. The…

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Business and education took flight at Aerospace Wales exhibition in Deeside

BUSINESS took flight at an event showcasing top names in the global aerospace arena. Hosted by Coleg Cambria Deeside, the Aerospace Wales Expo was organised to unlock supply chain opportunities, uniting key speakers, delegates, and suppliers from across the UK. It was also a chance for learners at Cambria to meet industry leaders and discuss…

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Coleg Cambria unveils new Welsh language ambassadors and campaign commitment

COLEG CAMBRIA joined organisations across the country in celebrating Welsh language rights. And the north east Wales college has unveiled a team of ambassadors who will support and guide fellow learners and members of their branch of Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol – Cangen Cymraeg Cambria – for years to come. Cambria also joined public institutions across…

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Record breaking cohort secures best ever results for 20Twenty Business Programme

AN ACCLAIMED business and management qualification is celebrating its most successful cohort ever. More than 1,000 senior managers, owners, and directors from across Wales – and 10% of its 300 top firms – have graduated from the 20Twenty Business Growth Programme over the years. The latest group to complete the course – all based in…

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Coleg Cambria powers to sporting victory in different fields

COLEG CAMBRIA is powering to sporting glory in different fields. The north east Wales institution emerged victorious in numerous disciplines over past weeks after a successful year. The netball squad were again named Welsh College Champions after a 10-8 win over Coleg Gwent in a closely contested final in Cardiff. They will now go on…

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The 12 new businesses of Christmas – bumper time for Mold town centre

TWELVE businesses are celebrating their first Christmas in one of the country’s most vibrant town centres. And as more retailers look set to open in Mold – with others expanding and employing extra workers – this holiday season looks like being their happiest on record. The town centre was already celebrating a vacancy rate of…

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Coleg Cambria in UK top 5 medal table and best in Wales at WorldSkills

COLEG CAMBRIA was again the leading Welsh college at the prestigious WorldSkills UK finals. The north east Wales institution picked up two gold medals, three silvers and a bronze, placing it joint fifth in the UK. Two participants were also highly commended in the CNC Milling and Aeronautical Engineering categories. The medallists were: Ben White…

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Coleg Cambria Nurse Cadets lead new pilot programme with health board

THE future of North Wales nursing is in good health following the development of an innovative partnership between Coleg Cambria and Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board. Sixteen learners from the college’s Yale site in Wrexham are on a two-year placement at the town’s Maelor Hospital. Blending time in the classroom with one day a week…

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