7 March 2011
Career awards for two women who have turned around their lives
Two Ulster women have beaten off tough competition…Continue
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Opposition to ESOL cuts grows…
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Getting to grips with water is all in a day’s work for Coleg Gwent plumbing students, but it doesn't usually involve caves, rocks and the tide. The group downed tools to tackle a different sort of challenge when they headed to the coast in Swansea.
The Level 2 students, based at Ebbw Vale Campus, took part in a coasteering teambuilding activity at the Mumbles organised by the Campus’s Public Services department.
“Students explored the…Continue
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Thirty five grateful students received copies of Gabriel García Márquez’s Love in the Time of Cholera,…Continue
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Listen up music fans! Great news for those who never miss the chance to go to a gig - Coleg Gwent’s music students are set to stage an exciting night of live music on Thursday 17 March. Unlike most professional event organisers however, students will be appearing on the bill themselves as they transform from organisers into stars of the show.
Showcasing the best of local talent, the event will feature punk, indie and folk rock bands including Foreign Legion,…Continue
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Being in the right place at the right time can be what makes a career in the media so exciting, but two Coleg Gwent media students also proved a little initiative can go a long way after a chance encounter with a TV fashion icon led to the work experience of their wildest dreams.
Whilst filming a documentary on teen fashion for their course in National Diploma in Creative Media Production, students Sasha Tiley and Leah Buffin happened to be filming in Cardiff…Continue
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The Big Society Explained
As David Cameron declares the Big Society as his “mission in politics” there is still a lot of confusion over what the Big Society means to the future delivery of public services. All is to be revealed at a one-day conference on March 31st in Birmingham, organised by National Training Resources Ltd, to explain the Big Society to charities, community & voluntary sector organisations, private sector…Continue
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Last Thursday (24 February), a group of Surrey residents, who took part in a programme designed to help them find work opportunities,…Continue
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