It's never too late to learn!

We offer programmes across North West Wales to improve your skills and confidence, as well as your job prospects.

Adult, Community and Evening programmes are offered across our campuses, as well as in numerous, informal, community-based venues such as libraries, and community centres.

As a part-time student, you can take full advantage of all of the facilities and support that the Grŵp offers, to develop your aspirations and skills.

  • Cyswllt Dysgu, the Adult Community Learning Partnership for Conwy & Denbighshire
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    Focuses strongly on providing a comprehensive programme of learning opportunities for adults. Its vision is: "To provide excellent community-based learning for adults to support economic growth and regeneration and social justice."

    In recent years, several learners and tutors across the Partnership have been winners at the annual 'Inspire! Adult Learning Awards' ceremony, organised by NIACE Dysgu Cymru.

    Partnership was commended by Estyn, Her Majesty's Inspectorate in Wales, in a 2012 Adult Community Learning Inspection, for its excellent partnership arrangements and its prospects to build on its achievements to date.

    Partnership members include: Careers Wales NE, Coleg Cambria, WEA Cymru, Coleg Llandrillo, Conwy Community Development Services, Conwy Local Authority, Conwy Older People's Strategy, Conwy Voluntary Services Council, Denbighshire Education Services, Denbighshire Housing Service, Denbighshire Older People's Partnership, Denbighshire Voluntary Services Council, NIACE, North Wales Training, Open University, RHRW Partnership, Rhyl City Strategy, Rhyl Community Agency and Welsh for Adults Language Centre.

  • The Gwynedd and Môn Community Education Network

    The Gwynedd and Môn Community Education Network offers courses from as far afield as Holyhead in the north to Dolgellau in the south. This partnership reflects the diverse culture within its boundaries and responds well to the linguistic needs of learners in this Welsh speaking area.

    The Network's aim is to develop a coherent, comprehensive and high quality range of community learning opportunities which respond to learners' needs and lead them to further education, employment or training, and also promote well-being.

    The partnership was inspected by Estyn in February 2010 and still remains the only ACL Partnership in Wales to gain excellent judgements for all aspects of its work.

    Partnership members include: Coleg Menai, Coleg Meirion-Dwyfor, WEA Cymru, Welsh for Adults Centres, Anglesey and Gwynedd County Councils, Communities First clusters, Bangor University, Age Well, Open University, CAIS, Medrwn Môn and Mantell Gwynedd, Careers Wales, North & Mid Wales Reaching Wider Partnership, Hyfforddiant Parys Training, Digartref Ynys Môn, CAB.

 

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