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Social enterprise sets example by recruiting 28 disabled apprentices

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English | Cymraeg Breaking down the barriers blocking job opportunities for young, disabled people is the top priority for Merthyr Tydfil-based social enterprise that has just recruited 28 apprentices with Welsh Government support. Legacy International Group, which includes sister companies … Read more »

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Welsh medium learning essential to Apprenticeship Ambassador’s success

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English | Cymraeg Lleucu Edwards has gone to great lengths to ensure that her learning journey has been through the medium of Welsh, her first language. Lleucu, 28, lives in Carmarthen where she leads Cylch Meithrin Eco Tywi, a pre-school … Read more »

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Apprentice Ceris is engineering an exciting career in Gwynedd

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English | Cymraeg An exciting career in civil engineering awaits apprentice Ceris Alaw Jones who is delighted to be able to learn through the medium of Welsh. Ceris, 21, from Penygroes, near Caernarfon, works for Gwynedd Council and is working … Read more »

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Apprenticeship Ambassador is passionate about the Welsh language

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English | Cymraeg Welsh speaking apprentice electrician Ifan Wyn Phillips is the third generation to join the family business established by his grandfather in Pembrokeshire. Ifan, 20, who lives in Crymych, works for D. E. Phillips and Sons Ltd, electrical … Read more »

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Abigail achieves bilingual apprenticeship at award winning nursery

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English | Cymraeg Abigail Hathway is grateful to her parents for deciding to have her educated through the medium of Welsh from the nursery onwards. Thanks to her ability to speak Welsh, she has landed a job she loves at … Read more »

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Bricklayer Ifan is building for the future with bilingual apprenticeships

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English | Cymraeg Bricklayer Ifan Williams is a role model and bilingual apprenticeship ambassador for the CITB in Wales after winning a series of gold, silver and bronze medals in competitions over the past three years. The talented and modest … Read more »

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It’s good to talk! Mencap support staff brushing up Welsh language skills

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English | Cymraeg Mencap is focused on ensuring that Welsh speakers accessing the charity’s services in Cardigan can use their first language when engaging with staff. Manager Charlotte Morgan has arranged for one of the service users to lead Welsh … Read more »

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Pioneer Tomos chooses Welsh to work towards new heritage qualification

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English | Cymraeg Tomos James is coming to the end of a pioneering Cultural Heritage Traineeship which he is undertaking mostly in the Welsh language. The 22-year-old Aberystwyth learner is one of the first cohort of Cultural Ambition trainees to … Read more »

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Love of animals leads apprentice Lois to dream job on a dairy farm

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English | Cymraeg Welsh speaking Lois Jones is the first female learner to do a bilingual Foundation Apprenticeship in Agriculture through Coleg Meirion-Dwyfor’s Glynllifon Campus. The Apprenticeship Programme is funded by the Welsh Government with support from the European Social … Read more »

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Apprentice Jess developing her dream career through the medium of Welsh

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English | Cymraeg Apprentice Jess Prince has landed her dream job at a Tenby primary school and is reaping the rewards of Welsh medium education and training. Jess, 23, from Saundersfoot, works as a learning support assistant at Ysgol Hafan … Read more »

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