In this report, during a year of reorganisation and consolidation, we are reflecting on the strengths of our standards, provision and leadership at Addysg Oedolion Cymru | Adult Learning Wales.
WEA Cymru and the YMCA Community College will merge this year to form a national organisation seeking to be the lead provider of adult community and workplace learning in Wales. WEA Cymru is now seeking to appoint a Chief Executive to take the new organisation forward.
“The tutor delivered the session at a very high standard, she engaged well with us. It was fun and informative.”
“For me this course was the best! I think this course is helping me to improve my English language, and my relationships with my colleagues at work, because now I can understand and talk with them.”
“A small class was good because we had the attention we needed to learn and progress to the next stage.”