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Coleg Cambria Welsh centre laying the foundations for a bilingual North Wales

A PIONEERING Welsh language centre is laying the foundations for a bilingual North Wales. Coleg Cambria Camu has unveiled a series of new courses beginning on Monday (September 17) at a range of levels including foundation, intermediate, proficiency and advanced Based at the college’s Yale site in Wrexham, the facility is held up as a…

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Coleg Cambria among top 15 organisations in Wales for staff care and development

COLEG CAMBRIA is among the top organisations in the country for staff development and corporate care. The award-winning north east Wales college is one of just 15 institutions to receive a Platinum Award from Healthy Working Wales. Cambria will now be held up as a beacon of best practice for its continuing work in supporting…

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BBC business expert Dr Paul Thomas to headline North Wales leadership programme

ONE of the country’s brightest business minds is among the headline speakers on a popular leadership programme. Dr Paul Thomas will discuss themes including change management, employee engagement, innovation and sustainability with the next CMI Level 5-7 20Twenty Business Growth cohort in Wrexham. The former BBC Wales Business Doctor and chairman of Sport Wales is…

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Ailing North Wales tourist attraction quadruples visitor numbers and invests £1.6m after turnaround

A TOP attraction has quadrupled visitor numbers and spent £1.6m revamping accommodation to support a rise in adventure and heritage tourism. The Slate Caverns in Blaenau Ffestiniog is also employing more staff than it has since the mid-1990s, following a 2011 restructure which changed the fortunes of the ailing company. JW Greaves has operated the…

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Coleg Cambria strengthens position among FE elite with staggering A Level results

COLEG CAMBRIA further strengthened its place among the top colleges in the UK with a staggering 99% overall A Level pass rate. The institution is celebrating its best-ever results having today (Thursday) achieved an 82% pass rate for grades A* to C across its sites in Deeside and Wrexham. The top performing courses included Biology,…

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Parties unite as momentum builds around North Wales Growth Bid

THE time is now to put aside political differences and drive a North Wales Growth Bid that will benefit future generations. A cross-party approach to economic development has been welcomed by MPs and Assembly members in the region, who are fully behind the Bid aiming to secure more than £1billion of investment for programmes that…

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Coleg Cambria celebrates fifth anniversary since landmark North Wales merger

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, Coleg Cambria! The pioneering north east Wales college celebrates five years on Sunday (August 5). Born from the merger of Deeside College and Yale College in Wrexham, and building on Deeside’s previous mergers with the Welsh College of Horticulture and Coleg Llysfasi, Cambria has gone on to break records and set benchmarks for…

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Airline boss donates private jet to Coleg Cambria engineers

ENGINEERS are reaching for the sky thanks to the boss of a top UK airline. Generous Jet2.com Chairman Philip Meeson has presented Coleg Cambria with a Jet Provost T5 aircraft. Mr Meeson, whose nephew is completing an aerospace apprenticeship with Cambria and Broughton-based wingmakers Airbus, donated his own personal jet to the college’s Deeside campus….

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Cream of UK engineering descends on Coleg Cambria for two-day conference

LEADING lights in UK engineering descended on Coleg Cambria for a prestigious two-day conference. The college’s £10m Bersham Road facility in Wrexham hosted the EEF (Engineering Employers Federation) forum, where up to 25 further education leaders came together for a packed programme of workshops and activities centred on best practice and innovative learning methods. Nick…

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Whisky boss unveils expansion plans at 20Twenty business event in Wrexham

A RISING Welsh whisky firm doing a roaring trade the world over is planning to open new sites in Llandudno and Swansea. Speaking at a conference for the acclaimed 20Twenty Business Growth Programme at Holt Lodge in Wrexham, Penderyn Distillery boss Stephen Davies (pictured) revealed the company will be expanding into other areas of the…

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