Many jobs in Wales now require the ability to communicate effectively in Welsh and English.
Look for the bilingual logo in the course details to find out whether your chosen course is delivered bilingually. Being bilingual can be a distinct advantage when you’re looking for work. Show your future employers that you can work bilingually by using both languages while studying at College. It could be worth your while!
Pam y Gymraeg?
- Create career opportunities
- Learn and develop a skill for life
- Keep up with friends and family
- Enhance your social life
- Make the most of a cultural experience
- Take up a new challenge
Grŵp Llandrillo Menai colleges offer the 'Tocyn Iaith' to encourage students to present four pieces of work in Welsh or bilingually as part of their course work. There is a £100 prize each term at each college.
Using Welsh at Work
This WJEC vocational qualification offers opportunities for learners to use Welsh professionally and to develop their bilingual skills in the workplace. The units are available at four levels and are suitable for second language learners, as well as those whose first language is Welsh. The qualification is offered to learners across a range of vocational courses.