These are recordings of two online sessions that were arranged for pupils who are considering studying LAW or CRIME at the University. The sessions provided a good opportunity for prospective students to get an idea of the type of career they can follow with a degree in those subjects. In the first session there are contributors who have graduated in Law or Criminology and are now working in those fields. The second session includes contributors who have graduated in Law or Criminology but went on to pursue a career beyond those subjects.
Which Career Q&A Session: Law or Criminology Degree
Bilingualism for the workplace: Professional skills
The purpose of this resource is to help develop confidence to work bilingually. A series of tasks will introduce skills such as: drafting an e-mail preparing a CV giving a presentation in Welsh. This resource was developed by Pembrokeshire College.
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
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.
This is an interactive digital resource containing information on jobs and opportunities in health and care in Wales. The Tregyrfa website has been developed by Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW). Tregyrfa aims to share information about the wealth of job opportunities available within the National Health Service (NHS) and care sector.
Wales' Chemistry Stars
Series of videos presenting the everyday work of chemists in laboratories in Wales and beyond. Original released as part of the activities of Eisteddfod Amgen 2021. Funded by the Royal Society of Chemistry. With thanks to Telesgop for producing and Eisteddfod Genedlaethol Cymru for sharing.
A resource for construction students (Level 1 and 2) focusing on the presentation and relevance of practical skills, specifically joinery and carpentry, plastering, brickwork and painting and decorating. It bridges the gap between real tasks and classroom activities by means of short video clips of interviews with young workers in the construction industry at work, and short clips of real tasks being carried out on the construction site. The resource was developed by Cwmni Cynnal on behalf of Welsh Government. It is also avalable through the HWB website.
Careers Wales: Social care (early years) webinar and workbook
A resource for Key Stage 3 learners to find out more about a career in the social care (early years) sector. Learners will be able to watch a webinar and complete a workbook.
Careers Wales: Health sector careers workbook and webinar
A resource for Key Stage 3 learners to find out more about a career in the health sector. Learners will be able to watch a webinar and complete a workbook.
Careers Wales: Fire Service webinar and workbook
A resource by Careers Wales for Key Stage 3 learners to find out more about a career in the Fire Service. Learners will watch a webinar and complete a workbook.
North Wales Fire and Rescue Service Language Awareness Resources
Here is a link to a specific section on the North Wales Police website which contains resources to assist individuals who wish to develop their Welsh language skills. All roles within the NWP require a level of Welsh language skill. As part of the application process, individuals will be assessed on their spoken Welsh. The resources on the website help individuals prepare for the assessment. These resources are relevant to individuals interested in starting a career with the police.