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Coleg Cambria to host farming tech event with university researchers in Llysfasi

COLEG CAMBRIA LLYSFASI and Aberystwyth University have united for an event to demonstrate progress on an innovative agriculture project. Researchers at Aberystwyth University’s Institute of Biological, Environmental and Rural Sciences (IBERS) and staff at Llysfasi launched the HEFCW-funded £370,000 PreciseAg partnership in 2018 in order to carry out innovative on-farm trials of Precision Livestock Technology….

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Supertemps to celebrate 40 years in style with free events across 2020

A RECRUITER celebrating four decades in business has big ideas for the year ahead. 2019 was a memorable one for the team at North Wales recruitment firm, Supertemps. The Colwyn Bay and Anglesey-based group, which unveiled a new Bangor office just weeks ago, has taken on new staff in past months and grown its presence…

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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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Coleg Cambria launches new dog grooming academy and salon in Llysfasi

COLEG CAMBRIA has launched a new a dog grooming salon and training academy. The Collar and Comb Dog Grooming Academy at the college’s Llysfasi site will be formally unveiled with a seminar hosted by Julie Harris, co-founder of The Groomer’s Spotlight website. With more than 35 years’ experiences in the sector, Julie is one of…

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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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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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Coleg Cambria students aim to reverse huge decline in red squirrel population

STUDENTS have joined forces with a wildlife project help save the red squirrel population from extinction. Level 3 NVQ Animal Management learners at Coleg Cambria Llysfasi built feeders and nest boxes for the animals and monitored their progress at enclosures in Clocaenog forest, near Ruthin, during a reinforcement project. They have been supporting the work…

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Raising the Bar in Care launched to provide health firms with strategic support

A NEW care consultancy is being launched which provides a unique blend of strategic and operational support unavailable anywhere else in the UK. Raising the Bar in Care has been launched by Sue Jones, from Penrhyn Bay, and Helen Butler and Tina Chapman, based in Grantham, Lincolnshire. The “only business of its kind” in the…

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Supertemps and S2 Recruitment unveil new Bangor office ahead of big birthday

RECRUITMENT leader Supertemps is celebrating Christmas early after unveiling its new Bangor office. Four staff will be based at the company’s Parc Menai site – business manager Vicki Armstrong-Smith, recruitment consultant Stephanie Yau-Jones, and recruitment resourcer Candice Chartrand. Kate Humphreys, senior recruitment consultant at S2 Recruitment – the executive, IT and engineering arm of the…

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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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