These live revision webinars are organized by the Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol for year 12 and 13 students studying AS / A Level Welsh (First Language). The sessions will be hosted by lecturers from the Welsh departments of Bangor, Aberystwyth, Swansea and Cardiff universities and other academics, with the aim of enhancing your understanding of some of the literature topics you are studying in class. The sessions will be held in Welsh through Zoom between 4.30-5.30pm on Wednesday afternoons, with the first session on Wednesday 1 March 2023. Timetable: 1 Mawrth 2023: Dan Gadarn Goncrit (Mihangel Morgan), Dr Miriam Elin Jones, Prifysgol Abertawe (Bl.13) 8 Mawrth 2023: Mis Mai a Mis Tachwedd (Dafydd ap Gwilym), Iestyn Tyne (Bl.13) 15 Mawrth 2023: Blasu (Manon Steffan Ros), Dr Manon Wynn Davies (Bl.13) 23 Mawrth 2023: Un Nos Ola Leuad (Caradog Pritchard), Dr Siwan Rosser, Prifysgol Caerdydd (Bl.13) *Dydd Iau* 29 Mawrth 2023: Y Gymraeg mewn cyd-destun, Gruffydd Rhys Davies, Prifysgol Aberystwyth (Bl.13) 19 Ebrill 2023: 'Aneirin' (Iwan Llwyd), Dr Elis Dafydd, Prifysgol Bangor (Bl.12) 26 Ebrill 2023: 'Preseli' (Waldo Williams), Dr Elan Grug Muse (Bl.12) 3 Mai 2023: Ymarfer Papur Gramadeg, Yr Athro Peredur Lynch, Prifysgol Bangor (Bl.12) The link for the event will be emailed to you on the day or the day before. Pupils, students, teachers and student teachers welcome. You'll be able to contribute or ask questions using the chat. Remember to follow the @CymraegCCC Twitter account and Instagram @instagymraeg account for more information and news about Welsh as a Subject. To register, click on the registration form link below:
Ar-lên 2023: Revision Webinars for AS/A Level Welsh students (First Languag...
Ar-lên 2023: Revision Webinars for AS/A Level Welsh students (First Language)
Business Case Studies
These self-study packs use Welsh case studies to present business theories to learners in further education colleges. The packs target learners at level three but could also be relevant to learners at higher and lower levels. The resources present: Characteristics of good customer service Characteristics of a retail business Managing a supply chain Event managment Building a team in business As well as the packs, there are seperate links to the case studies in the form of a video.
Mathematics Workshop 2023 (Welsh Medium)
Interested in studying Mathematics at University? Want to get a glimpse of life as a Maths student and find out what career a Maths degree could lead to? This is your chance to find out more, get a taster of some modules and ask lecturers and alumni your questions! Join us in March for a series of live online Maths workshops. Thursday 9 March 2023, 7pm – Aberystwyth University. Thursday 16 March 2023, 7pm – Cardiff University. Monday 19 June, 09:30 am - Employability If you have any questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Ap Chwaraeon trwy'r Gymraeg (Sports through the medium of Welsh)
The aim of this app is to support learners, apprentices and workers who need support to use the Welsh language confidently in sports related professional situations. The app has been separated into the following units: General terms and phrases Chatting Sports The body The skeletal system Joints Fitness First Aid Training
The Coleg's Awards 2023
The Coleg presents several awards to brilliant individuals during the year, either for outstanding work, achievement or contribution in further education colleges, universities, and apprenticeship settings. Would you like to nominate someone who has made a difference in your organisation? The Awards Night offers a great opportunity to recognize their work and contribution. These prizes are awarded by a panel of Coleg officers and external members, and will be presented to the winners at the Coleg’s Awards Night in June 2023. The opportunity to nominate individuals for these awards is now OPEN! You can submit your nominations using the nomination form below. The deadline for submitting nominations is midday, 10 March 2023. Further information about the individual awards can be found below.
A HWB resource pack to improve the knowledge of learners following the City & Guilds: Advanced Technical Extended Diploma Level 2 and 3; BTEC Level 2 and Extended Level 3 in Equine Studies, as well as the work-based learning courses. The pack contains the following resources: Unit 1: Health and safety in the horse industry Unit 2: The signs of health and ill-health in a horse Unit 3: First aid in horses Unit 4: Horse and rider equipment Unit 5: Horse nutrition Unit 6: Preparing horses for presentation Unit 7: Shoeing
Science Conference 2023 (Welsh Medium)
The Science Conference aims to provide an opportunity for scientists to showcase their research in Welsh. Providing a space to discuss science in Welsh has been integral to Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol since its inception, and the conference is going from strength to strength, with a wide range of topics being discussed, from designing a new drug to microplastics! This year for the first time it will be hosted as a hybrid conference in the Council Room, National Library of Wales, on Thursday 15 June 2023. The conference will be hosted in Welsh and simultaneous translation service will be available. To register for the conference please follow the link below. There will be an option to decide if you want to join us in person or online.
Agricultural Conference 2023
A conference for learners in further education colleges and first year students at university studying agriculture. The event will include workshops on subjects that are part of the students' field work. The conference is free and includes tea, coffee and lunch. The conference will be held in Welsh, The conference will be opened by Melanie Owen, S4C ‘Ffermio’ presenter. Wednesday 16 February 2023 - Gelli Aur, Coleg Sir Gâr, SA32 8NJ 10.00 – 10.15 – Arrival and Registration 10.15 – 10.30 – A word of welcome and presentation by Melanie Owen, presenter of the 'Ffermio' programme on S4C 10.30 11.15 - Workshop #1, 'Feeding Grass using Manure' - Nigel Howells 11.15 – 12.00 – Workshop #2 Slurry Project – John Owen 12.00 – 1.00 – LUNCH 1.00 – 1.45 – Workshop #4 –BVD Eradication – John Griffiths, Coleg Gelli Aur 1.45 – 2.30 – Workshop #4 – Choosing a Seed Mix – Cennydd Jones, Aberystwyth University 3.15 – Conference end
Agriculture Resource Pack
This resource contains the following units: Health and Safety for the Landbased Industries Animal Physiology Crop Production Agricultural Power Units and Machinery Operations This resource was created by the Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol based on Agricultural Learning Materials, a resource originally created by Sgiliaith (2002). The authors of the original resource were Lowri Evans, Ian Harries, Mary Richards and Rhys Williams, and it was edited by Penri James.
Webinar: Studying Welsh at university (2022)
In year 12 or 13? Want to know more about studying Welsh as a subject at university? Find out more about what's on offer, and hear the opinions of our ambassadors studying the subject about their courses and their life as students of Welsh. Presentation recorded in November 2022. Includes: General information about studying Welsh at university, e.g. Where can you study Welsh? What can you study in terms of courses and modules? What financial help is available? (up to 29 minutes) Conversation between our Welsh as a subject interns (Hari and Aled) and current student ambassadors (Deio, Cara, Elain and Elen) about studying Welsh at university (29 minutes onwards) Welsh medium presentation.
The 'Cyffro Cyfryngau' videos show the experience of six people who work within the television industry. The videos focus on live broadcast programs showing the individuals working in their different areas namely make-up, camera, production, directing, editing and presenting. We hear about their passion for the profession and the pleasure they get out of the work; there is an emphasis on their pride in working in Wales and operating in Welsh. If you follow Drama, Media studies, Theatre Studies , Performing Arts courses then you will learn why the skill of using the Welsh language is so valuable in this area in Wales. English subtitles included on videos.
The 'Antur Arlwyo' videos show the experience of six people who work in the catering and hospitality sector. The videos focus on different departments in the food industry workplace showing the individuals working in their specialist department. We will hear about their passion for the profession and the pleasure they get from working in the industry; there is an emphasis on their pride in working in Wales and operating bilingually. There are six videos in the series: Alun Evans, Pizza Llan Bryn Williams, Bryn Williams at Porth Eirias Cadi Ellis: Siwgr a Sbeis Helen Hollans, Môn ar Lwy Liza , Halen Môn Megan: Ffika Coffee If you’re following Catering and Hospitality courses then you will learn why the skill of using the Welsh language is so valuable in this field in Wales