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Teenaged coach driver Abby following in her family’s tyre tracks

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English | Cymraeg Teenager Abby Griffiths has followed in the tyre tracks of her father and brother to become one of the youngest women in the country to qualify as a bus and coach driver, a career traditionally dominated by … Read more »

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Students and lecturers awarded as part of the Coleg Cymraeg’s tenth anniversary

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English | Cymraeg At the start of a year of celebrations to mark the tenth anniversary since the Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol was established, the Coleg’s Annual Awards will be presented tonight (5 October) to some of the brightest and most … Read more »

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Apprenticeship Ambassador chooses dream career working with animals

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English | Cymraeg Teenager Celyn Jones has completed her dream foundation apprenticeship working with animals and birds as she builds towards her ambition of becoming a specialist veterinary nurse. Celyn, 17, from Aberystwyth, will be progressing to an Apprenticeship in … Read more »

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Woramon and Omar developing NHS careers thanks to apprenticeships

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English | Cymraeg NHS apprentices Woramon Davies and Omar Bojang are developing new careers thanks to the Welsh Government’s Apprenticeship Programme, after arriving in Wales from Thailand and Gambia respectively. They both work for Powys Teaching Health Board as hotel … Read more »

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Apprenticeship Ambassador advises pupils to research all career options

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English | Cymraeg Nursery nurse Annwen Roberts is advising school pupils to research all their options before deciding what to do as a career. Annwen, 28, from Cwmann, near Lampeter, chose to do a Degree in Childhood Development when she … Read more »

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Apprenticeship Ambassador changes career from print to plumbing

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English | Cymraeg After 12 years in the same job with a print company, Gethin Evans opted to change career to secure a better future for himself and his family, as his wife was expecting their second child. However, his … Read more »

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Apprenticeship Ambassador Tom finds his dream role with the Urdd

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English | Cymraeg Former Wales international schoolboy athlete Tom Acreman has landed his dream role providing sports activities for schools and communities in the Gwent Valleys and Caerphilly, thanks to an apprenticeship with Urdd Gobaith Cymru. Tom, 21, from Ystrad … Read more »

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Apprentice overcomes disability as he strives to become a personal trainer

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English | Cymraeg Popular apprentice Zach Chapman refuses to let disability stand in the way of his ambition to become a qualified personal trainer. Zach, 20, from Connah’s Quay, is diagnosed with ataxic cerebral palsy which affects his co-ordination, balance … Read more »

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Michelle develops a successful career after escaping domestic abuse

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English | Cymraeg A domestic abuse victim who has developed a successful career and brought up four sons on her own is hoping that her story will inspire other women to believe in themselves. Michelle Dolan, 46, was at rock … Read more »

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Ambassador Poppy making up for lost time with a Higher Apprenticeship

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English | Cymraeg Poppy Evans is developing a promising career in local government thanks to a Higher Apprenticeship. After two years at university studying law, Poppy, 24, from Carmarthen, decided the course was not for her and set about making … Read more »

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