A Welsh medium resource on the HWB website aimed at Post-16 learners, concentrating on 6 subject areas: Agriculture, Business, Drama, Leisure and Tourism, Health and Care and Early Years and the Media.
Journalism across the world 2023
Online sessions discussing the work and experiences of journalists who work, or have worked abroad, and the importance and role of the Welsh language in their career. It is an opportunity for students, learners, pupils and academics interested in journalism to hear from, and question a host of journalists. Remember to register for the seminars. 2023 SEMINARS: Illtud Dafydd, 31 January 2023, 5pm (WATCH THE RECORDING) Sports journalist with the international news agency Agence France-Presse in Paris. Megan Davies, 15 February 2023, 5.30pm (WATCH THE RECORDING) A journalist who has worked for Vogue in Paris before returning to Wales to work for BBC Wales. Andy Bell, 15 March 2023, 7.00pm (WATCH THE RECORDING) Journalist, producer and reporter who has worked in Australia for over three decades and is the 'voice of Australia' for Welsh-language media.
Hwb - Essential Skills (Urdd)
The Hub offers bespoke qualifications and training in the key subjects, Communication, Numeracy and Digital Literacy. Individuals can work towards Entry 2 to Level 3 Essential Skills qualifications, or work to improve skills while undertaking another program of learning. The Hub is open for training providers for them to be able to refer learners who wish to undertake Essential Skills qualifications through the medium of Welsh. WHAT DOES THE LEARNING PROGRAMME INCLUDE? Initial Assessments Individual learning plan Access to virtual workshops 1: 1 Sessions Access to resources, session recordings and e-portfoli Individual tasks that’ll be assessed with feedback Controlled task and confirmatory tests (including practice tasks) Certificates