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Coleg Cambria and Chester University unveil UK’s first offender management foundation degree

COLEG CAMBRIA has launched the UK’s first foundation degree dedicated to Offender Management. In partnership with the University of Chester’s Institute of Policing, the two-year qualification could lead to careers in the criminal justice arena, including the prison service. Successful students are also given the opportunity to progress onto a third year to obtain a degree…

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Coleg Cambria students achieve goal of revamping Ruthin FC facilities

STUDENTS achieved their goal of supporting the community in partnership with a North Wales football club. Youngsters on the second Traineeship Construction Academy at Coleg Cambria have been busy revamping facilities at Ruthin FC. The 16 to 18 year-old learners are taking part in a six-week initiative – which was set up by Bodelwyddan-based Wynne…

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Coleg Cambria receives top diversity award from leading rights organisation

COLEG CAMBRIA has been recognised as a pioneer in equality by a leading rights organisation. The college was awarded the prestigious Investors in Diversity Stage 2 by the National Centre for Diversity (NCFD). The accolade came after Cambria’s CEO David Jones was shortlisted at the 2018 NCFD Awards in the UK Managing Director/Chief Executive of…

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Jones Bros and Coleg Cambria join forces to pioneer modern apprenticeship programme

The first nine apprentices to take part in an innovative collaboration between their employer and a top college have started their course. Jones Bros Civil Engineering UK and Coleg Cambria have partnered to modernise the approach to delivering higher apprenticeships in civil engineering. The change to the modular delivery is to suit the needs of…

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Award-winning college composer pens songs for historic Welsh musical

A COMPOSER who received one of Wales’ most prestigious music prizes is hitting all the right notes with a historic production. Coleg Cambria lecturer Tim Heeley has produced the musical score for The Mighty Quill, a new show commissioned and funded by Cadw, the Welsh Government’s historic environment service. Performed by A level Drama and…

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Top chef Bryn Williams launches Wales’ first food academy at Coleg Cambria

AWARD-WINNING chef Bryn Williams says teaming up with Coleg Cambria to create a ground-breaking food academy is a recipe for success. Bryn is giving students the opportunity to work and train in his celebrated restaurants, where they will gain invaluable experience alongside the best cooks and kitchen staff in the country. Launched today (Wednesday) at…

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Coleg Cambria makes waves on international stage after summer school success

AN AWARD-WINNING college is attracting students from across the globe. Coleg Cambria is making waves on the international stage having welcomed more than 75 Chinese students to its summer school programme over the summer. With youngsters from as far away as Zimbabwe, Thailand, Malaysia and the United Arab Emirates joining further and higher education courses…

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Rugby giants reunited at Coleg Cambria for NSPCC fundraising evening

GIANTS of Welsh rugby came together at Coleg Cambria in support of a leading children’s charity. NSPCC ambassador Sam Warburton was joined by past teammates George North and Ryan Jones at the college’s Deeside Sixth Form Centre last night (Wednesday). And former Wales scrum half Rupert Moon was auctioneer on an incredible evening hosted by…

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Coleg Cambria and constructors unite to encourage school pupils to join sector

COLEG CAMBRIA and top housing developers are building relations with school pupils in a bid to encourage them to pursue a career in construction. The college hosted the newly launched BEATS (Built Environment Aspiring Technical Students) event at its £10m Bersham Road engineering complex in Wrexham on Friday. Organised in partnership with the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB), more than 100 secondary…

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Education Secretary gives Coleg Cambria glowing report on tour of £15m sixth form hub

WALES’ Cabinet Secretary for Education Kirsty Williams gave Coleg Cambria a glowing report on a tour of its £14.6m sixth form centre. The Minister was welcomed yesterday (Thursday) by Cambria’s Chief Executive David Jones and Alex Thomas, Head of the revolutionary Deeside complex. Ms Williams AM paid tribute to staff at the centre for achieving…

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