Addysg Oedolion Cymru | Adult Learning Wales has announced the appointment of Kathryn Robson as its new Chief Executive.
Tuesday 7th November, saw the Inspire Tutor Awards being held in Cardiff, and we're very proud to say that our tutor Sue Jones won an Inspire Tutor award, this despite having retired 3 times!
We are once again involved in National Coding Week (18th-22nd September) this year.
On Tuesday July 4th, the Cyswllt Dysgu Adult Learning Awards took place in Old Colwyn, kindly hosted by TAPE Community Music and Film.
On 29th June, we exhibited at the Senedd showcasing the variety of learning options available at Wales’ leading Further Education Institutions.
Our Caerphilly Branch has been running for 20 years, and to mark this significant milestone several events have been planned.
Our learner Len Murphy, has proved there is no age limit to learning by picking up two awards at the Wrexham Adult and Community Learning Partnership awards.
On June 15th, we attended the Learning and Work Institute (Formally NIACE Dysgu Cymru) Adult Learning Inspire! Awards for 2017, held at the City Hall, Cardiff.
Our tutor Melanie Baugh creates beautiful art inspired by personal experience and the spectacular colours found in the natural world in the Vale of Clwyd in Wales where she lives, works and teaches. Her story has been documented in Aspire magazine.
The Siân Thomason award winner for 2017 has been anounced as Sian Phillips from Holyhead.