Education & Careers: What do I want to do? And how to I get there?
Listen to learners Claire Arnold and Laura Harris talk about how they have developed their skills to find ways into work, college and university.
Join TV presenter and Tutor, Nia Parry. She’s taught in many countries and hosted “Welsh in a Week” on S4C. A fun session which will get you thinking about your next steps! Take stock of all the skills you already have. Whether you are applying for jobs or for college courses, want some advice on writing your application or getting ready for an interview. Writer and trainer, Jos Andrews can help you identify what you already have…what could be next?. If you want to brush up on your essential skills, whether that is getting to grips with digital, English or Maths, Community Adult Learning will have advice on the range of courses available in the community and other programmes to help improve your skills and work prospects. Tutors and learners from Coleg Y Cymoedd will have information and advice about access to courses in further education and beyond.
Find out what Live Local Learn Local could offer you. Cardiff University will be on hand to talk about their FREE short courses, designed to support community-based students progress to the next stage. Do you want to discuss the option of taking a first step into higher education? Free part-time access courses are available from The Open University in Wales. Come and speak to First Campus or The Open University. Do come along, this is an informal event you can get information and advice from a range of local learning and skills providers and a chance to talk about what you are interested in and how to get there!