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COLEG MORGANNWG your time. your future. full-time courses September 2012

New ÂŁ40m campus opening September 2012 in Nantgarw

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YOUR TIME, YOUR FUTURE

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OPEN EVENTS AND FAMILY VISITING DAYS TAKE TIME TO CHECK OUT YOUR FUTURE… LOCATION

4. NEW NANTGARW CAMPUS 5.

NEW ADVANCED LEVEL PROGRAMME

6. THE COLEG MORGANNWG APPLICATION TRAIL 8.

STUDENT SERVICES

9. PARENTS PLEDGE 10. THEIR TIME THEIR FUTURE 11. APPLIED SCIENCE

YOUR TIME YOUR FUTURE 2012 is an incredibly exciting year for Coleg Morgannwg, take time to develop your future potential with us: in September we will welcome our first group of students and staff to the amazing Nantgarw Campus which incorporates the fantastic new £40M Campus. we are also launching our new Advanced Level Programme (ALP) offering you a choice of 22 AS and A levels. From Art and Design to Biology, even Physics, Psychology or Politics. our choice of study opportunities is wider than ever with the chance to combine AS levels with a BTEC option. our new enrichment programme of activities will be available every Wednesday afternoon with opportunities to join the staff student choir, take your Duke of Edinburgh award, join one of the sports teams, take a Zumba Class or even release your entrepreneurial streak.

12. CARE AND CHILDHOOD STUDIES 14. CREATIVE INDUSTRIES 16. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 17. BUSINESS 18. SPORT/PUBLIC SERVICES 20. HAIR, BEAUTY AND HOLISTIC THERAPY 22. HOSPITALITY & CATERING 24. TECHNOLOGY CONSTRUCTION 26. ENGINEERING AND ELECTRONICS 28. 14-19 LEARNING PATHWAYS 30. STUDENT LIFE 32. WHAT’S 0N AND WHERE

The new Nantgarw campus is a contemporary four-storey building housing 3,000 students offering: Superb learning facilities for A Level study as well as Business & Professional Studies, Care and Childhood Studies, Catering, Computing, Information Technology, Administration, Music & Performing Arts, Hair & Beauty, Science, Sport. State of the art learning centre Sports and fitness facilities Coffee shops and a restaurant Hair and beauty salon Performance and gallery spaces for music, drama and creative arts Taff Ely County Borough Library

Coleg Morgannwg is a joint sponsor within the Building the Future Together project which aims to provide a comprehensive suite of options and interventions to develop the skills needed for learning and future employment, raise aspirations, and support the emotional and social needs of 11 – 19 yr olds in RCT.

An accredited college of the University of Glamorgan

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…it will be an amazing community resource for everyone. But don’t take our word for it, to experience a ‘fly through’ of the new campus check out our website at www.morgannwg.ac.uk/developments JUDITH EVANS, PRINCIPAL Disclaimer - Coleg Morgannwg takes every effort to ensure the information contained in this magazine is accurate at the time of printing. Coleg Morgannwg reserves the right to make changes or withdraw without notice any of the courses, course facilities or support described. Other formats of this magazine are available in large print, braille or audio tape, please contact the Marketing Department on 01443 663249

OPEN EVENTS AND FAMILY VISITING DAYS Don’t take our word for it - come and see for yourself. We would like to invite you to join us, the dates of our open events are listed below. Please pay us a visit with your friends and family. These Advice Days are for courses starting in September 2012. 23rd November, A Level Advice Day 4.30 – 8.00 at Nantgarw Campus 15th March Advice Day all Campuses

LOCATION If you have visited the cinema or any of the restaurants at Nantgarw recently you can’t fail to have noticed our amazing new Nantgarw Campus as it has emerged ‘tardis’ like from behind the fences. Our other two campuses have also been undergoing refurbishments as we continue to invest in the most up to date technology and equipment creating outstanding learning and social environments on all our campuses.

17th May Advice Day all Campuses Apply early as courses fill up fast. Meet with the staff, talk to current students, check out the facilities and sample some sessions. …You will find more information on our website www.morgannwg.ac.uk

TAKE TIME TO CHECK OUT YOUR FUTURE… DECISIONS, DECISIONS

ABERDARE CAMPUS Cwmdare Road, Aberdare Rhondda Cynon Taff CF44 8ST 01685 887500

RHONDDA CAMPUS Llwynypia, Tonypandy Rhondda Cynon Taff CF40 2TQ 01443 663202

It’s not easy deciding what to study after GCSEs or even where you might want to study. At Coleg Morgannwg we can offer you a vibrant and supportive college where you will have access to high quality courses coupled with a full personal support service – and have a great time too. We’ll help you: gain the confidence and the qualifications you need to get a good job or progress into Higher Education by offering you the ideal stepping stone. choose from a wide range of vocational courses, academic subjects or even a Modern Apprenticeship. by offering individual support in small groups learn in great facilities

MISSION STATEMENT TOGETHER WE PROVIDE A HIGH QUALITY AND VIBRANT LEARNING ENVIRONMENT TO MEET THE NEEDS AND AMBITIONS OF LEARNERS, EMPLOYERS AND THE WIDER COMMUNITY.

NANTGARW CAMPUS Heol yr Odyn, Parc Nantgarw, Cardiff CF15 7QX 01443 663379 EMAIL: college@morgannwg.ac.uk WEBSITE: morgannwg.ac.uk

COLEG MORGANNWG SETS THE GOLD STANDARD Coleg Morgannwg has become the first college in Wales to receive a prestigious award for its high standards of health and well-being. The college has been working hard to maintain and improve the health and well-being of its staff and has been awarded the Gold Corporate Health Standard by the Welsh Government following on from its silver award in 2010. The college has been commended for initiatives from promoting healthy eating across all campuses to supplying staff with a supportive return to work process. Principal Judith Evans said: “To be the first further education college in Wales to achieve gold is something that the staff and I are extremely proud of. We are determined to build on these health and well being standards and hope to make Coleg Morgannwg one of the top places in Wales to work”.

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NEW NANTGARW CAMPUS

AMAZING FACILITIES, FANTASTIC LEARNING AND SOCIAL SPACES During 2011 the new Nantgarw Campus of Coleg Morgannwg has come into the view of people passing by on their way to the cinema or one of the many nearby restaurants. As it grew taller the curiosity levels increased but now we can reveal all: Superb learning facilities for A Level study as well as Business & Professional Studies, Care and Childhood Studies, Catering, Computing, Information Technology, Administration, Music & Performing Arts, Hair & Beauty, Science, Sport.

“Wow – it looks

AMAZING what is it?” just one of the comments heard from a group of passers by

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State of the art learning centre Sports and fitness facilities Coffee shops and a restaurant Hair and beauty salon Performance and gallery spaces for music, drama and creative arts Taff Ely County Borough Library For the real experience check out the ‘fly through’ on our website www.morgannwg.ac.uk/developements

STOP PRESS NEW CAMPUS IS REDUCING, REUSING AND RECYCLING ITS WAY TO CONSTRUCTION EXCELLENCE The development of Coleg Morgannwg’s new £40 million campus at Nantgarw is being showcased for its exceptional corporate social responsibility and sustainability by Construction Excellence Wales.

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The campus at Nantgarw, backed with over £34m Welsh Government funding, including investment from the European Regional Development Fund, is being built to strict reduce, reuse and recycle guidelines and is even an exemplar project for other construction companies. To achieve a waste reduction of 85% the structure was put together offsite and transported in sections to Nantgarw for Laing O’Rourke, to assemble. At a ‘Topping Out’ ceremony attended by Leighton Andrews AM and Minister for Children, Education and Lifelong Learning he said “We want our young people to be learning in facilities which are environmentally responsible, modern and technologically advanced. Coleg Morgannwg’s new campus is a great example of this ambition in practice.”

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THE ADVANCED LEVEL PROGRAMME SCALE THE HEIGHTS ONE OF THE MOST EXCITING DEVELOPMENTS FOR 2012 IS THE LAUNCH OF OUR ADVANCED LEVEL PROGRAMME AT THE AMAZING NEW NANTGARW CAMPUS. Your time and your future include: A choice of 22 A level subjects, many of which are not traditionally offered in schools Amazing 21st century advanced level learning facilities An experienced staff with proven A level experience and expertise Fully comprehensive subject and pastoral support systems All students benefiting from the acclaimed Welsh Baccalaureate Qualification (WBQ) Full preparation for University application and entry Enrichment activities including sport, creative, cultural and entrepreneurial activities. Your fully guided application and enrolment process offers you advice with your subject selection. Helping you to get the balance of subjects that will enable you to progress onto HE or your dream. STAYING ON AT YOUR SCHOOL SIXTH FORM? We can still offer you the chance to study an additional subject, timetabling and travel times permitting. WHAT'S ON OFFER? The Advanced Level Programme enables you to study two/ three or even four AS levels plus the WBQ (Advanced). Following AS results you can then choose two/ three A2 subjects plus the WBQ for the second year. Widen your choices even further by considering a Combined Course take 1 or 2 AS levels in combination with a BTEC Certificate. For example Business Studies and Sociology AS with a BTEC Certificate/Diploma in Business & Finance or Biology and Psychology AS with BTEC Health & Social Care.

PROGRESS SUPPORT PACKAGE All students will receive a complete support package coordinated by their own Progress Tutor, (Progress tutorials are scheduled for one hour per week and follow a tutorial programme in the form of group or individual sessions. Your designated Progress Tutor will be available for you to contact should you need support outside of tutorial times. Two Progress Coordinators oversee the AS and A2 groups and are available for individual sessions as are the Learning Coaches and Campus Support Teams. Progress meetings to which your parents are invited take place in the middle of each year. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS You will be expected to achieve a minimum of 5 GCSE passes at grade C or above, one of which must be English. But some subjects may require a B grade as their starting point for example Chemistry, Physics and Maths. WHAT’S ON OFFER? Art and Design Biology Business Studies Chemistry Computing Drama /Theatre Studies English Literature/ Language Economics Film Studies Geography

History Law Maths Media Studies PE/Sport Studies Physics Photography Government & Politics Psychology Religious Studies Sociology Welsh

CHECK OUT 'WHAT'S ON AND WHERE' IN THE CENTRE PAGES OR EVEN BETTER, FIND OUT MORE DETAILS ABOUT THE INDIVIDUAL SUBJECTS AVAILABLE AT WWW.MORGANNWG.AC.UK THE GCSE JOURNEY - employers and universities look carefully at your GCSE grades especially in English and Maths. Any students not achieving grade C in either or both of these will need to re-sit them during their first year of study with us.

MISSED THE POINTS!! Do you need to make that grade and 'up' your points score to secure your place at uni? The Fast Track A Level repeat course, although not for the faint hearted, will help. Designed to support students to improve their grades by continuing to study the two or three subjects to AS and /or A level that they may have taken previously. This course is only for students: who have previous A level experience who may want to improve their grades who progress to Coleg Morgannwg following completion of their Year 12 studies in schools. We will provide focussed subject and personal support to ensure those who embark on this course use their time to secure their future place at university or on further work based learning provision.

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THE COLEG MORGANNWG

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APPLICATION TRAIL

MAKING AN APPLICATION TO COLEG MORGANNWG IS EASY – YOU CAN EVEN APPLY TO US AS WELL AS APPLYING TO STUDY AT OTHER SCHOOLS OR COLLEGES. STEP

You will be invited in for a chat with an admission specialist and a course tutor. During this visit you will take some tests, discuss your choices and get advice on the best course for you.

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Complete and submit the on-line course enquiry form, you will then be invited to complete an on-line application form which will be sent to you. Or contact Campus Services.

STEP 1 Check out our broad range of courses, decide on the courses/subjects you are interested in. Talk to your careers adviser or phone the college.

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APPLYING FOR A COURSE AT COLEG MORGANNWG IS SIMPLE

STEP 4 You will receive a letter telling you what we can offer you; keep this safe you will need it when you receive your results. It may have conditions such as getting certain GCSEs.

STEP 5 We make sure you have the information you need to apply for any additional grants to support you during your studies.

STEP 6 As soon as you receive your exam results let us know by following the instructions on your offer letter. As soon as we receive notification of your results we will contact you about your enrolment arrangements.

Our Campus Services team is here to help you decide which course is right for you. Offering impartial advice, guidance and support right the way through your application process. You can apply throughout the year but remember popular courses fill up quickly – so don’t leave it too long to register your interest. Remember you can even apply to us as well as applying to study at other schools or colleges.

COME ALONG TO ONE OF OUR ADVICE DAYS AND SEE FOR YOURSELF AND THEN MAKE YOUR DECISION ABOUT WHERE YOU WILL MOST ENJOY STUDYING. THE DATES AND TIMES ARE ALL ON MORGANNWG.AC.UK

STEP 7 WELCOME TO COLEG MORGANNWG

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STUDENT SERVICES

wrapsupport around service Our Student Support team is here to guide you throughout your application process and beyond.

Once on your course the Campus Services teams provide day to day help and support - academic or personal. Every student has their own Personal / Course Tutor. Specially trained Welfare Officers are here to help and advise you with any personal or practical problems. …And we even have Careers Wales staff available to guide you through your career route, making sure it matches your ambitions, skills and ability. If you have learning difficulties and/or disabilities you will be assigned one of the Specialist Student Support Services. Help us to help you by telling us about any specific requirements as early in your application process as possible. We can then start to prepare your Individual Support Plan. In all, we provide you with the complete support system to make sure that... Your time will help you make the most of Your Future

Financial Support

Financial Support is provided by the Education Maintenance Allowance (EMA) for qualifying students aged 16 to 18 on 1st September prior to starting their course. Visit www.studentfinancewales.co.uk or contact 01443 653625/663151 for information or an application form. For information on our additional Financial Contingency Fund contact 01443 653625/663151.

Dysgu yn Gymraeg It is our aim to nurture a Welsh ethos and offer you support through the medium of Welsh: as you apply for a course with us whilst on your chosen course …and in preparing for your future.

Campus Learning Centres The campus Learning Centres (LCs) are hubs of activity, not only providing study spaces but also a wide range of resources from computer based material, print (books and journals) to microfilms and interactive learning packages. Computers, Smart boards and other hardware options are available for students to prepare presentations and project/course work submissions.

From 2012 one of the RCT public libraries will be opening in the Nantgarw campus providing easier access to an even wider range of books, dvds etc for social enjoyment.

Voices and Views – its our time to make our future

The college’s highly acclaimed award winning Student Parliament plays an active part in improving the college by representing the students on all aspects of college life. Affiliated to the National Union of Students (NUS) it provides a forum for students to discuss issues affecting them; with members of the Parliament representing students on various groups and committees including the Governing Body. Each campus has its own Student Parliament; they then elect members onto the whole college Student Parliament. Most recently the Student Parliament met with members of the college’s Senior Management Team to discuss the development of the new Taf Ely Learning Campus, making sure that the voices and views of the students were heard during its design process.

Added Extras include…

RCT provides free transport for fulltime students under 19 years old who live more than 2 miles away from the college campus delivering your chosen course that is nearest to your home. Full-time students who are under the age of 18 on the 1st September prior to starting their course, and whose parental income is less than £10,000 may be entitled to meal vouchers for use in our refectories.

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Members of the College Management Team, Welfare Officers and Campus Services staff joined over 80 learners from across the curriculum at the annual Learner Conference.

PARENTS PLEDGE their time & their future is

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Uncertainty even apprehension are common feelings when a son or daughter mentions that they would like to move on to a college course rather than stay within the sixth form at their school. At Coleg Morgannwg we pledge to do all we can to make sure that: the transition is as smooth as possible for students and parents we continue to offer a high level of day to day support throughout the whole course

We will stay in touch ensuring you have: the contact details of your son/ daughters personal/course tutor regular progress updates feedback on the achievements of your son/daughter an early warning if your son/daughter is in need of that extra nudge

My daughter Jess has been very happy during her time at Coleg Morgannwg. As parents we were apprehensive about her enrolling at the college. But our fears were short lived as Jess was encouraged by the staff in an extremely supportive environment. She enjoyed all aspects of the course and thrived on the challenges, especially work relating to the Coffee Shop and restaurant. She successfully completed her course and has now enrolled on an IT course at the college.

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What’s on offer? the widest range of courses in RCT for all abilities 22 AS/A level subjects taught by experienced professionals as part of the new Advanced Learning Programme (ALP) well qualified, experienced and dedicated staff providing the highest standards of teaching and learning; with over 85% of our students achieving successful outcomes. personal and course tutor-led tutorial support system superb high-tech learning environment with industry standard facilities and resources.

We provide that essential stepping stone to work or university Their time and their future is helped along the way by our ‘Wrap Around’ Student Support Service: The Student Services Support Teams based in each Campus Office provide ongoing day to day information and advice. We guarantee that each student has a personal and/or course tutor offering guidance, support and encouragement. They are also your key link to keep in touch with the college.

I would certainly recommend the college to other parents as the staff encouraged Jac to realise his potential. He enrolled at the college, with little self belief but the support he received from all staff at the college enabled him to achieve his goal. The additional skills he gained will put him in good stead to deal with ‘uni’ life. The staff were very friendly and approachable and always able to answer any questions we had. As parents we received regular feedback and Jac was given ongoing motivation.

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Assessments and Reports Homework and assignments play an important part in our students achieving success on their chosen course. Help us to help them by keeping a close eye on things. We let you know about regular Progress Evenings but if you need to speak to someone other than at these times please contact their personal or course tutor.

Attendance and Punctuality Students are required to have 100% attendance especially if they receive the EMA. If your son / daughter become ill, let their personal/course tutor know as soon as possible. A student missing two consecutive classes will be required to attend an interview with their personal/course tutor. If the absences persist an advisory note is sent to the home address.

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THEIR TIME THEIR FUTURE COURSES AND SUBJECTS COME IN

ALL SHAPES AND SIZES...

AS AND A LEVELS (LEVEL 3)

NVQs

The new Advanced Level Programme (ALP) has 22 subjects on offer.

Qualifications at levels 1-4 are matched directly to the workplace and involve the demonstration of job related competences. You can do these at college or in the workplace.

A levels involve two years of study, the first year is known as the AS level and the second year as the A2. Both years need to be completed via exams and coursework to gain an A level grades A*-E.

BTECs... are non exam based qualifications providing a real-world approach to learning. They can also be combined with GCSEs and A levels. BTECs are available at different levels: Entry – for developing confidence and initial skills either for the work place or everyday life Introductory (Level 1) – a basic introduction to an industry sector, encouraging personal and workrelated skill development

THE WELSH BACCALAUREATE From September 2012 The Welsh Baccalaureate (WBQ) will be offered to all students at Foundation, Intermediate or Advanced levels depending on your course of study. You will participate in innovative learning activities involving global citizenship, sustainability, health, culture etc. Work-experience and community participation are incorporated, as are visits to places of interest (home or abroad). The WBQ is an Advanced Level qualification worth 120 UCAS points which is equivalent to an A grade at A level.

Nationals (Level 3) - specialist qualifications offering a clear future career route or progression to Higher Education Foundation Diploma in Art and Design (Level 3) – preparation for entry to Higher Education to study art and design WorkSkills (Entry 3 - Level 2) – a suite of skills-based employability units. ...and they come in different sizes: The smallest is the Award The next is the Certificate The largest is the Diploma

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valued by a growing list of Universities including Oxford, Exeter, University of Glamorgan, Swansea, UWIC and Cardiff University.

THE 3 ES Employability Skills Employers of all sizes in all businesses need young people with ‘work ready’ skills as well as the technical workplace skills. Our employability courses focus on developing the complete package of skills that will help you succeed in employment.

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Picking up those ever so …Essential Skills - Your future is important to us, and so as you study you will pick up those essential skills of communication, numeracy, computer technology, problem solving and team working. You might be working alongside others, saving the day with good negotiating skills or even being a solutions person your ESSENTIAL SKILLS can save the day.

Are you one of these ‘Enterprising Individuals’? - We are working hard to make sure that all our young people have the chance to become entrepreneurs and so we give you plenty of opportunity to get to grips with your enterprising side.

COLLEGE STUDENTS LAUNCH ENTERPRISE STRATEGY AT THE WELSH ASSEMBLY Bethan Davies and Sam Elliot were invited to take part in the media launch of the Youth Enterprise Strategy (YES) and ‘Big Ideas Wales’ website. They gained valuable experience, presenting an excellent account of their entrepreneurial journey to dignitaries and the press. Enterprise is high on the agenda at the college with annual Campusbased Enterprise Challenges.

APPLIED SCIENCE

FROM SEPTEMBER 2012 OUR APPLIED SCIENCE OPTIONS WILL BE DELIVERED IN THE FANTASTIC NEW LABORATORIES IN THE NANTGARW CAMPUS. ARE YOU INTERESTED IN ALL THINGS SCIENCE BUT NOT SURE IF THE BTEC FIRST DIPLOMA (& WBQ) IN APPLIED YOU WANT TO STUDY A LEVELS?

E S R U O C CHOICES

How about the BTEC Applied Science courses. These are practical and work related and will prepare you for a career working in the applied science industry or an employer, organisation or company that has science as the base for its business. The Applied Science courses help you develop your scientific knowledge and skills. You will explore science principles as well as experiencing science and the world of work; choosing four specialist units from: chemistry & applications, physical science applications, biological systems, working in science, anatomy & physiology, environmental science, plants & food, forensic science and science in medicine.

OUR TIME, OUR FUTURE GARETH DELIVERS SUCCESS Gareth left school with few qualifications and began work as a postman but he yearned after a scientific career. He eventually enrolled on a Science course at the college, feeling that he got excellent ‘on course’ support from the staff. They also helped him through the UCAS application process for universities. He completed a 4 year degree at University of Glamorgan and in 2010 gained First Class Honours! He then decided to pursue a career in teaching enrolling on a PGCE course even returning to college to do some of his teaching practice. Gareth has now been accepted to start a 3 year Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) research Degree at University of Glamorgan saying “My time at Coleg Morgannwg has given me the chance, to achieve something more, and crucially the confidence to “Go for it”, if I can do it anyone can! I never thought that I would get a Degree, and now I am starting a PhD.”

Science students on a field trip.

SCIENCE SHOWS HOW SCIENCE IS USED IN MANY DIFFERENT TYPES OF PROFESSIONS AND INDUSTRIES. THE BTEC NATIONAL DIPLOMA (& WBQ) IN APPLIED SCIENCE BUILDS ON YOUR KNOWLEDGE OF APPLIED SCIENCE, GREAT IF YOU INTEND TO STUDY SCIENCE AT UNIVERSITY OR GET A JOB IN THE SCIENTIFIC INDUSTRY. CHECK OUT ‘WHAT’S ON AND WHERE’ IN THE CENTRE PAGES OR EVEN BETTER FIND OUT MORE DETAILS ABOUT THE INDIVIDUAL COURSES AVAILABLE AT MORGANNWG.AC.UK

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CARE AND CHILDHOOD STUDIES

healthy DOES YOUR TIME AND YOUR FUTURE INVOLVE A CAREER IN ONE OF THE CARING PROFESSIONS, BE IT HEALTH, CARING FOR ADULTS OR CHILDHOOD STUDIES?

WE TAKE TIME OUT TO LOOK AFTER YOUR FUTURE STUDY IN HIGH STANDARD FACILITIES BE TRAINED BY QUALIFIED, SPECIALIST AND EXPERIENCED STAFF EXPERIENCE STRONG PRACTICAL AND ACADEMIC ELEMENTS TO YOUR STUDY GAIN AN INSIGHT THROUGH WORK EXPERIENCE INTO EMPLOYMENT OR MOVE ONTO UNIVERSITY

our time our future CARE STUDENTS AFRICAN ADVENTURE Three students on the Child Care, Learning and Development course and six of their staff spent 2 weeks of their summer break caring for children with HIV and aids at the Morning Star Children’s Centre in Welkom, South Africa. They supported the centre taking care of children as well as helping out with practical tasks like painting and gardening.

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THE PERFECT PARTNERSHIP The NVQ Pathway in Health & Social Care has been recognised at the Social Accolades Awards Ceremony as an excellent example of partnership working – the course is offered in collaboration with Rhondda Cynon Taf C.B.C. Social Care Partnership

Students Carlie Logan, Louise Newland and Louise Glastonbury went on a fundraising mission and managed to raise an impressive £1,500 each to pay for their own flights and accommodation. Kath Sidorowicz their tutor said: “This was a great opportunity for our childcare students to take their newly acquired skills to a place that benefited. It is testament to their passion for the project that they managed to raise the sums they needed to travel, and they had a great deal of support from their families, classmates and staff. The intrepid students returned to the college to share their experiences in a bid to inspire their classmates to make the trip an annual tradition.

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ONE OF THE CACHE COURSES – PREPARING YOU FOR A CAREER IN CHILDCARE SETTINGS SUCH AS SCHOOLS, NURSERIES, DAY CARE CENTRES, HOSPITALS OR EVEN FOR A FAMILY AS A NANNY. …OR THE BTEC NATIONAL CERTIFICATE IN CHILDCARE, LEARNING & DEVELOPMENT & WELSH BACCALAUREATE (WBQ) COVERING ALL ASPECTS OF CHILD DEVELOPMENT AND LEARNING FROM BIRTH TO 16 YEARS.

…POSSIBLY THE BTEC NATIONAL DIPLOMA (2 YEARS) AND FIRST DIPLOMA (1 YEAR) IN HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE COVERING THE KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING NEEDED TO WORK IN THE NURSING, SOCIAL WORK AND TEACHING/LEARNING PROFESSIONS. …MAYBE THE NVQ PATHWAY IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE (& WBQ) PROVIDING A PACKAGE OF CARE SECTOR OPTIONS WHICH IS ENDORSED BY THE CARE COUNCIL FOR WALES.

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CREATIVE INDUSTRIES

CREATE YOUR OWN PATHWAY IN ART, DESIGN, MEDIA, MUSIC OR PERFORMANCE? JOIN OUR LIVELY AND ENERGETIC CREATIVE INDUSTRIES STAFF AND GET THAT EXTRA FACTOR. Whatever you choose there will be plenty of “doing�. We place a strong emphasis on the practical, creative and performance skills needed for you to hit the job hunting trail or move onto a university course. Most of our staff are working professionals in their own right and insist on a professional ethos and attitude. We aim to offer the experience of a work location with facilities second to none in RCT giving us the Extra factor. ART AND DESIGN students experience studio facilities for print and 3D & graphic design, fine art & fashion, costume & textiles all supported by industry standard ICT.

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PERFORMING ARTS students have the luxury of purpose built dance & rehearsal studios with a state of the art technical theatre. MEDIA students can practice their skills in film and TV production backed up by fully equipped editing suites. Whilst MUSIC TECHNOLOGY students have access to a recording and mixing studio plus live rehearsal and performance facilities. PHOTOGRAPHY students are able to gain practical experience of traditional printing and digital processing using IT equipment to enhance their digital manipulation skills, all within a specialist photographic suite. If MULTIMEDIA is your thing you will not be disappointed with our suite of Apple Mac computers loaded with software such as Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, Flash plus a long list of editing software.

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HIGHER EDUCATION COSTUME CONSTRUCTION students work on exciting productions with WNO, BBC and Theatre Mappa Mundi designing and making costumes. The list of courses is amazing with something for every creative taste, contemporary or traditional and everyone takes the Welsh Baccalaureate (WBQ) as part of the main course of study. ENTERPRISE SKILLS are encouraged through the embedding of enterprise projects across all programmes which has resulted in some fantastic achievements including third place in the Global Enterprise Challenge in Bali competing against 14 other countries.

MEDIA MAGNETS Students from the Media course were given the opportunity to produce a radio advert to promote ‘enrolment’ days. The group of students visited the studios at Real Radio, Cardiff where they were greeted by Paul Robinson, Copywriter of the adverts. The students were given a tour of the studio and introduced to a number of the presenters before settling down to the task of producing their advert. Media student Roxy Bevan said “It was a brilliant opportunity, I loved it - at first we were really nervous but Paul was great; he explained how he writes the adverts, using sound effects etc and reassured us throughout the challenge. Paul Robinson said, “Although shy at first the students soon relaxed and I’m sure they enjoyed the experience. We try to encourage student involvement and it was good to see their enthusiasm – they had some great ideas and the end result was excellent”.

BTEC LEVEL 2 & 3 EXTENDED DIPLOMAS IN ART AND DESIGN (& WBQ) BTEC EXTENDED DIPLOMA IN PERFORMING ARTS BTEC EXTENDED DIPLOMA IN CREATIVE MEDIA PRODUCTION (TV AND FILM) BTEC FIRST OR EXTENDED DIPLOMA IN MUSIC AND MUSIC TECHNOLOGY BTEC DIPLOMA IN PRODUCTION ARTS (MAKE UP) COSTUME CONSTRUCTION FOR STAGE & SCREEN FOUNDATION DEGREE/ BA HONS

STUDENTS SHOWCASE TALENTS ON WORLD STAGE Students studying on the Foundation Degree in Costume Construction for Stage and Screen have been chosen to design the costumes at the opening ceremony of the London WorldSkills competition. The students, under the guidance of tutor Emma Highgate, will have the opportunity to demonstrate their talents to a world stage at the event which will take place in the O2 arena. The competition which is expected to attract over 150,000 visitors takes place in a different country every two years, and brings together competitors from 50 countries.

WHAT A PERFORMANCE A Cardiff student who had a difficult upbringing moving between several foster homes is looking at a bright future after taking control of her education. Laura Thomas moved from home to home and struggled at school due to the constant upheaval. At 16 she had to live on her own so made the decision to turn her life around by enrolling at Coleg Morgannwg. Laura passed GCSEs in Media Studies, English, ICT, Sociology and excelled at a National Diploma in Performing Arts while at the college. Laura has been chosen from more than 12,000 part time and full time students as the college’s most outstanding student at a recent awards ceremony. Laura, who is now at Aberystwyth University studying Television, Film and Performance, said: “If I am honest, the award is a little overwhelming but I am delighted to win it. Coleg Morgannwg opened a gateway for me to improve my prospects in life and the support of the staff helped me build my confidence and allowed me to reach my full potential. “I never thought I would be able to go to university, but going to college has changed my life and made me realise that nothing is impossible. I would love to be a drama teacher, but I am keeping my options open at the moment.”

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COMPUTING COURSES at Coleg Morgannwg give you the chance to explore the range of options across the IT industry whether it’s PC maintenance, programming, even web design networking or application software.

Many of our students go on to Higher Education to study courses including Computer Science and Games Design. Equally many check out the job market in IT support and web design straight after achieving their computing qualifications. Lots of our Level 2 students stay with us and progress onto another higher level Computing course or move into a related course such as Business.

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JORDAN threw himself into college life this year, not only gaining a Distinction Star in his Level 2 BTEC Diploma in IT but also playing for both the college’s rugby and football teams. “Coleg Morgannwg changed my life. I have made fantastic friends, worked hard and played hard. I am looking forward to progressing onto the Level 3 course in September.”

LEWIS GREGORY has recently completed his Level 3 course with Triple Distinction and is commencing his studies at Exeter University in the Autumn. “Studying A Levels was completely the wrong route for me. Coleg Morgannwg has turned this around and has given me the opportunity to really shine both academically and personally. I will really miss the college, both staff and students.”

SAMANTHA JAYNE loved her course so much she wants to tell the rest of the college about it. As well as embarking on a Level 3 Computing course next year, she is also turning her hand to a spot of journalism on the college newsletter telling students about technological change. “I’ve always had an interest in new technology, especially in the area of computing. My research for the paper will no doubt assist me with my studies.”

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COURSE CHOICES:

BTEC FIRST AND LEVEL 3 EXTENDED DIPLOMAS IN IT (& WBQ) WILL PREPARE YOU EITHER FOR A COURSE AT UNIVERSITY OR A JOB AS A SYSTEMS SUPPORT TECHNICIAN OR HELPDESK OPERATIVE. ITQ LEVELS 1, 2 AND 3 FOR IT USERS GIVE YOU AN INSIGHT INTO THE USE OF IT IN MODERN OFFICE ENVIRONMENTS. GAIN AN INSIGHT INTO IT OR COMPUTING VIA ONE OF OUR SPECIALIST ENTRY LEVEL GATEWAY COURSES. CHECK OUT 'WHAT'S ON AND WHERE' IN THE CENTRE PAGES OR EVEN BETTER FIND OUT MORE DETAILS ABOUT THE INDIVIDUAL COURSES AVAILABLE AT MORGANNWG.AC.UK

BUSINESS THE NEXT

BIG THING HAVE YOU GOT THE BRAIN FOR BUSINESS… ...gain an insight into business life, experience a range of business settings, plan and manage your own events. Joining the BTEC National Diploma in Business plus the WBQ, will allow you to gain experience of all aspects of the business studies course from a ‘hands on’ perspective. You might even meet some inspirational business leaders, take part in your own community initiative and pick up the skills you need either to progress onto a university course or move into a role within a business setting. Office Options - Learn on the job in our specialist office suites using the most up-to-date business computer hardware fully loaded with industry and business standard software. From the start, by working through a Practice Firm part of our Virtual Company all of our Business Administration courses mirror a real life business environment. By taking part in innovative and relevant office based sessions or theory-based lectures, we aim to prepare you for employment and/or Higher Education. With the added extra of the Welsh Baccalaureate, you will be able to take part in community ventures, work experience and entrepreneurial activity. Our Business Administration students are sought after by local companies, with some even being offered jobs during their work experience placements. …and all under the guidance of specialist experienced staff. Some of our Administration students have gone onto Higher Education and many are currently employed by the public sector and within the local area.

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Business Administration students at Coleg Morgannwg gain hands-on experience of running a company on an international level with the college’s Experiences Generating New Innovation (EGNI) programme. There are 42 countries involved in the scheme, including Malaysia, which has just become part of the scheme. Their companies, ‘Clean Sweep’, Cariad and Greets & Treats sell products to other practice firms in 42 countries across the world. They were set up to resemble real businesses with different departments such as marketing, sales and accounts. The only difference is that no money or products actually change hands. The EGNI programme is offered to all Business Administration students alongside traditional theoretical lessons. During the programme students ‘attend’ trade fairs around the world with other practice firms to drum-up new business and develop contacts. Such is the success of EGNI at Coleg Morgannwg it acts as Companies House for other practice firms in the UK, and is the central base for other colleges and schools across Britain to ‘bank’ its proceeds.

Lecturer Christine Thomas said: “EGNI is a great way for young people to gain practical experience of running a business”. Abi Powell, from Aberdare studied Business Administration using the EGNI scheme and now works for rail and civil engineering company, Hammond (ECS) Ltd. Abi said: ‘When I started at Hammond (ECS) Ltd I couldn’t believe how much I already knew about how a business operates. I was able to put my experience gained through EGNI straight into practice.”

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CHOICES: NVQ LEVELS 1, 2 AND 3 IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION DIPLOMA AND CERTIFICATE AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY QUALIFICATIONS (ITQ) ARE ALSO INTEGRATED INTO THIS COURSE WHICH WILL SET YOU ON THE PATHWAY TO DEVELOPING THE SKILLS YOU NEED TO WORK IN ONE OF TODAY’S BUSINESSES. GAIN AN INSIGHT INTO ADMINISTRATION VIA ONE OF OUR SPECIALIST ENTRY LEVEL GATEWAY COURSES.

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fast forwa MORE LEISURE TIME AND LIFESTYLE CHANGES ALL MEAN MORE OPPORTUNITIES FOR SPORTS PROFESSIONALS. WHATEVER YOUR SPORT OR SPORTING INTEREST YOU MIGHT WANT TO DEVELOP YOUR OWN KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERTISE AS WELL AS GAINING FURTHER SPORTING AND PERFORMANCE EXPERIENCE. CARDIFF BLUES HELP STUDENTS PASS WITH FLYING COLOURS We have joined forces with Cardiff Blues Academy and devised a course that develops promising young male rugby players’ skills on the pitch, as well as providing them with academic and vocational qualifications.

In a winning formula Coleg Morgannwg and the Blues Rugby Academy delivers a course that helps to develop promising young rugby players’ skills, as well as providing them with academic and vocational qualifications that will prove invaluable for their future.

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Lewis Young, 18, from Aberdare, Thomas Pascoe, 18, from Mountain Ash, Jack Dando, 18, from Pen-y-Graig and Callum Lewis, 17, from Aberdare were all presented their caps by Welsh rugby legend and commentator Eddie Butler at an awards ceremony at the college.

Coleg Morgannwg joined forces with the Cardiff Blues Academy in 2010 and what a start? - Four students have received debut caps for the under-18 Wales side within a year of joining the college’s rugby academy.

Clive Jones, the director of rugby at Coleg Morgannwg said: “We are thrilled for the boys who have got their caps. They really deserve it as they all have a tremendous attitude and have worked hard to get into the national setup”.

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Callum Lewis said “The college has been great, without playing in the competitive college league I don’t think I would have been called up for Wales which shows how much they have helped my career. The academy is a perfect balance between work and rugby; the tutors give us responsibility and space. The coaching staff have been great and ensure that we never take anything for granted. I am now hoping to secure my spot with the Blues, earn more caps and pass my course with top marks. Anyone who wants to learn and play rugby should definitely get down to the college.” Gethin Watts, Cardiff Blues’ regional performance development manager, said: “We have enjoyed helping Coleg Morgannwg to deliver this course which could potentially produce some of the Cardiff Blues’ rugby stars of the future. The holistic nature of the course means that even after players’ careers have come to an end they’ve got other skills and qualifications which will enable them to carry on working in sport.” Coleg Morgannwg hope to further develop the relationship with the Cardiff Blues to continue to produce top rugby talent and ensure that the individuals have a career to

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At the end of the two-year course, students gain a BTEC Level 2/3 Diploma in Sport (performance and excellence). Morning sessions consist of lectures in subjects such as fitness training and programming, physiology and sports nutrition. Afternoons are spent honing playing skills on the rugby pitch and in the gym. Students also work towards the Welsh Baccalaureate Qualification. During the course, our students have the opportunity to train alongside Cardiff Blues players and receive coaching from some of the Blues’ coaches.

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YOU MAY KNOW THAT YOUR FUTURE WILL INVOLVE WEARING A UNIFORM TO WORK BUT ARE NOT YET SURE WHICH OF THE PUBLIC UNIFORMED SERVICES YOU REALLY WANT TO JOIN. The Public Services courses will prepare you for your career in uniform whether it’s in the Police, Fire or Armed Services. From certificates to diplomas, gain the skills and competencies to help you prepare for your recruitment process or use the experience to move onto a University course. You will cover physical fitness; team work and sports; leadership; discipline, responsiveness and effective communication skills. You’ll be able to take part in practical training sessions, role play scenarios as well as studying law and criminology theories. Visits from members of the Police and other public sector bodies will give you a deeper insight into the day to day work of your chosen area. At Coleg Morgannwg we offer the BTEC First and Extended Diplomas in Public Services with the added advantage of the WBQ.

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IF YOU HAVE A PASSION TO HELP PEOPLE LOOK AND FEEL GOOD THE HAIR, BEAUTY AND HOLISTIC THERAPY COURSES DELIVERED BY OUR SPECIALIST, TALENTED AND INNOVATIVE STAFF WILL SET YOU ON YOUR WAY. There is a strong emphasis on gaining the practical, creative and business skills you will need for working in a salon or spa. Our courses will prepare you to hit the job hunting trail or think about setting up your own business. Learn from our qualified, skilled staff by working on clients in Coleg Morgannwg’s own high quality industry standard salons and spa. Many of our staff also work in the profession and will help you gain a professional ethos and attitude.

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our time, our future HAIRDRESSING STUDENTS ARE ON A WINNING STREAK!

The hairdressing competition team of 21 students have been on a prize winning tour of the hairstyling competition circuit. At the British Open Hairdressing Championships they won 5 awards! In six events over the last six months they were placed 1st to 4th an amazing 19 times. The students gave up their own free

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time to practice and enter the competitions, and friends and relatives showed their support through volunteering as models. The whole team performed well, with some emerging hairdressing stars of the future leading the pack.

Catrin Davies, has impressed her tutors with her creativity and has since gone from strength to strength on the circuit. She came 1st at The British Open for the category ‘Ladies evening fashion on long hair’ as well as being crowned the National Hair Federation’s bridal champion.

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Ann Hopkin, coordinator of the competition team said: “It is incredible to see what this group have achieved in a very short time at competition level their results speak for themselves. We are so proud of all the students who have participated in these events and represented Coleg Morgannwg on a national level up against highly trained professionals”

There is no doubt that the extra experience the students gain whilst studying at Coleg Morgannwg and being involved in such high level competitions puts them – a cut above the rest.

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Course choices include LEVELS 1, 2 AND 3 IN HAIRDRESSING (& WBQ)

LEVELS 1, 2 AND 3 IN BEAUTY THERAPY COMBINED WITH CUSTOMER SERVICE (& WBQ) OUR COMPLEMENTARY THERAPY COURSES INCLUDE:

LEVEL 3 DIPLOMA IN AROMATHERAPY LEVEL 3 DIPLOMA IN REFLEXOLOGY LEVEL 3 CERTIFICATE IN SWEDISH MASSAGE LEVEL 3 DIPLOMA IN INDIAN HEAD MASSAGE

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HOSPITALITY AND CATERING

OUR CATERING COURSES CERTAINLY GIVE YOU FOOD FOR THOUGHT, PREPARING YOU FOR JOBS IN THE HOSPITALITY AND CATERING BUSINESS. Each campus has its own student run restaurant with customers ranging from staff, students, members of the community, college guests and local catering contracts. The students on our hospitality and catering courses are also involved in all college events, shows and ceremonies joining forces with other student teams whether it’s catering for a charity showcase event or entertaining college guests. So join us to learn the skills, gain the expertise and shout service!!

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SIMON SIZZLES AT CATERING Simon Watkins enrolled at the college, aged 16 years after his family decided to move to Wales following the devastating effects of the 2008 tsunami in Thailand. He tackled his studies with a passion and successfully completed qualifications in Multi-skilled Hospitality, Professional Cookery, Food & Drink Service, Professional Cookery and Hospitality Supervision and Leadership.

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His work experience involved a spell with Compass – Jockey Club Catering at Cheltenham Gold Cup Races. He worked as a supervisor in the on course glass fronted boxes. His role involved managing fourteen staff and looking after 480 guests over the four day Festival. Simon has always been prepared to go the extra mile and enrolled on an International Hotel Management degree course at UWIC.

LEVEL 1 HOSPITALITY AND CATERING PLUS THE (WBQ) LEVEL 1 DIPLOMA IN FOOD AND DRINK SERVICE COOKS EXCEL IN CULINARY CONTEST Our catering students have been recognised for their culinary skills in a national competition. The catering students took the silver medal in the Institute of Hospitality Dining Awards, which are competed for by catering students from across Wales. In their competition task the students, were given £100 to spend on the food and table decorations and £40 on wine. Their challenge was to design the menu and prepare, cook and serve a three course meal for 12 guests in four hours!

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TECHNOLOGY CONSTRUCTION

SHAP THINGS T THE TECHNOLOGY CONSTRUCTION TEAM HAVE BUILT THEIR REPUTATION FOR APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING IN THE TRADES OF BRICKWORK, PAINTING AND DECORATING, ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION, CARPENTRY, PLUMBING AND CIVIL ENGINEERING. WORKING WITH EXPERIENCED PROFESSIONALS, EACH ONE A QUALIFIED TRADESPERSON, YOU WILL STUDY COURSES DESIGNED FOR AND WITH THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY IN SPECIALIST FACILITIES.

OUR TIME. OUR FUTURE. BUILDING FOR ‘OUR’ FUTURE The Coleg Morgannwg Construction team is working with Laing O’Rourke to deliver a lecture support programme which gives students a fantastic insight into the construction industry and experience of a working site. The programme runs alongside the construction course and is a result of Laing O’Rourke’s contract with Coleg Morgannwg to build its new state-of-the-art £40M campus at Nantgarw. Judith Evans, Principal said: “The lecture support programme has been invaluable to our construction students and has equipped them with the tools that they need to succeed in a tough industry. The job market is

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fierce at the moment, with youth unemployment in Wales at a record high, so we want to ensure that our students have the edge over the competition. “It is great to see so many students getting a unique chance to kick start their careers in the construction industry.” The students are also able to work with the construction company on long term work experience placements getting a real taste of the working environment. Two students will also be selected for paid placements as student engineers, allowing them an even greater level of responsibility on site. But it doesn’t stop there as well as being involved in the building of their

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new college campus they work on the £34m development at Merthyr Health Park. Stephen Robbins looks after the lecture support programme and is the corporate social responsibility (CSR) manager at Laing O’Rourke, said: “The initiatives we have on this project are fantastic for both Laing O’Rourke and Coleg Morgannwg. We have a great relationship with the college staff, students and the wider residential and business communities surrounding our sites which demonstrates our commitment to CSR. MAKING THE BENCH MARK First Year Diploma in Carpentry and Joinery course students recently undertook a project to design and build two large wooden picnic benches for use by their fellow students.

PE OF TO COME In real ‘the apprentice’ style they started by identifying the skills they would need and matched each member to a role. The nominated Project Manager co-coordinated the group. They all worked so hard, even giving up their breaks to ensure the benches were completed on time. One Student said “I am really pleased with our bench, when we were given the task, I was quite nervous as it seemed a huge challenge but we have all worked together and it will be great to see our bench being used by other students”. Darren Lewis construction lecturer said “I am so proud of this group, they are all first years and the quality of their work is excellent” The group have now completed their first year and many will be going onto the 2nd year of the Diploma at the college. If they successfully complete their second year they will have the chance to study on the Extended Diploma in Construction.

COURSE CHOICES INCLUDE: BTEC FOUNDATION TIER LEVEL 1 DIPLOMA IN CONSTRUCTION BTEC LEVEL 3 SUBSIDIARY DIPLOMA IN CONSTRUCTION AND BUILT ENVIRONMENT (& WBQ) THE BTEC CERTIFICATE IN CONSTRUCTION/ CIVIL ENGINEERING (& WBQ) LEVEL 1 DIPLOMA IN CARPENTRY/ JOINERY, PAINTING/DECORATING OR BRICKLAYING (& WBQ) LEVEL 1/2 CURRICULUM 2000 IN PLUMBING NVQ LEVEL 1 AND CERTIFICATE IN ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION (& WBQ)

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ENGINEERING AND ELECTRONICS

COLEG MORGANNWG’S MAIN CENTRE FOR CRAFT, TECHNICIAN, ENGINEERING AND ELECTRONICS AT THE NANTGARW CAMPUS IS A FANTASTIC PURPOSE-BUILT FACILITY. There are ultra modern workshops, teaching and tutorial rooms all equipped with the highest levels of industry standard equipment and resources. There are also superb facilities at the Rhondda Campus.

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Coleg Morgannwg has been at the forefront of apprenticeship training for GE Aircraft Maintenance based at Nantgarw for over 20 years. Many of our GE apprentices have gone on to complete their HNC and Degree qualifications in Engineering and Aerospace Engineering.

An excellent reputation for apprenticeship training in computer repair, electronics, manufacturing and performance engineering.

Specialist facilities with experienced qualified professionals Foundation through to Foundation Degree courses

Close links with local employers to maximise training opportunities leading to the full employment of students.

CALLUM SPARKS AN INTEREST Electrical Engineering student Callum Morgan beat off the opposition of 15 students in the Welsh final of the World Skills competition. He went on to represent Wales in the Welsh World Skills finals.

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FEMALE FUTURES Coleg Morgannwg has seen an upsurge in girls shunning traditionally feminine courses and taking on typically male subjects, with a 5% increase in 2011 in the number taking on engineering apprenticeships. Cerys Williams, completed her BTEC National Certificate in Manufacturing and Engineering, and went on to become the first female apprentice at Allevard Springs Ltd in Clydach Vale. Cerys‘s love of engineering since she was a little girl grew from spending time with her grandfather in his shed learning how to make things with his tools. Cerys says: “I am very grateful to Coleg Morgannwg for giving me the help and confidence I needed. My course and subject tutors were all very supportive, as I lacked confidence in my work. I was always asking

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questions and the tutors were always there to help and answer my questions. “I picked up so many skills and the combination of subjects helped my organisation as well as my working manual knowledge. Talking about her role in a male dominated industry, Cerys believes women can offer a different set of skills. She said: “I think that women can bring different things to engineering because they can look at things in a different way. Being the first ever woman to work within engineering at my company has been challenging. But despite my worries, I feel I have proven to myself and to my colleagues that I have the abilities necessary to be a competent engineer” “The main thing for women to remember when going into a trade is that they have the same right to do the work as any man and there is support out there for those who want to learn.” Kevin Dickens, an Engineering tutor, said: “Vocational courses offer a great springboard into business. Modern industries recognise that women do as good a job, despite the outdated stereotypes. I am proud to be part of a college that has such a forward thinking.”

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COLEG MORGANNWG WORK WITH ALL 19 SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN RHONDDA CYNON TAF TO GIVE YOU A WIDER CHOICE OF LINK PROGRAMMES. The Link Programmes run alongside your school based options from Year 10 through to Year 13 either at your own school, a college campus or at a neighbouring school. AS PART OF THE RHONDDA CYNON TAF OPTIONS MENU COLEG MORGANNWG PROVIDES: 21 options during years 10 and 11 including 10 through the medium of Welsh 26 options during years 12 and 13. 10 are available through the medium of Welsh …so link up and link in Options information is available from your school or can be viewed on the Careers Wales website. Ask your teachers about the options open to you or contact us here at Coleg Morgannwg morgannwg.ac.uk There’s a Link Programme to meet everyone’s needs. FABULOUS FASHION If you are in years 10 or 11 and have an interest in designing and learning to make clothes then this is the course for you. Coleg Morgannwg and Skillset have designed a two year course equivalent to 2 GCSEs, you will:

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work on design principles explore industrial garment construction, take measurements and use basic blocks produce pattern adaptations and complete patterns gain an insight into the clothing footwear and leather Industry INTERESTED IN DANCE, MUSIC TECHNOLOGY AND PERFORMING ARTS – then we have a Learning Pathway option just right for you! Study at our Rhondda Campus where we have fantastic new facilities including a Dance Studio, Recording and Editing Suites and a 200 seat auditorium. You can choose from: BTEC First Certificate Dance BTEC National Award Music Technology/Recording BTEC National Award Performing Arts (Dance, Makeup, Production Arts or Costume) BTEC National Award Art & Design/Photography DOES ‘LEARNING ON THE JOB’ APPEAL TO YOU? We will be offering 20 students the opportunity to take part in our Steps to Employment Programme. You will spend 12 weeks developing your key skills together with following a qualification in one of the following areas:

Business and Administration IT Retail Facilities Management You then move onto a supported work placement linked to your chosen area of study. BUILDING YOUR FOUNDATIONS FOR LIFE – THINK ABOUT IT! Our 1 year Foundation Skills in Business, Retail, Administration and Enterprise provides you with chances to improve your work skills. By exploring work related options you will improve your individual and team working skills. FOUNDATION SKILLS – PRACTICAL Do you fancy the chance to try out aspects of Construction and Horticulture alongside Information Technology as well as improving your English and Maths? FOUNDATION SKILLS – HOSPITALITY AND CATERING IN 1 YEAR! Why not try improving your work skills through starting out on one of our Hospitality & Catering courses. You will work on the skills needed for jobs in the hospitality or catering industry. Learn about food hygiene, use information technology and even improve your English and Maths.

SHANE’S A NATIONAL WINNER In September 2010 Shane Dally visited the college to enrol on a Painting and Decorating course, but his application was unsuccessful because his school reference was poor and he was referred for a place on the Practical Skills Course and has never looked back! Shane enrolled on the course and demonstrated total commitment; his attendance was excellent. He proved a great role model to others and was supportive of less able members of the class. FOUNDATION COURSE FOR SENSORY IMPAIRMENT The ‘Foundation Course for Sensory Impairment’ has been specially designed for students with visual or hearing impairment. Take the chance to study for a range of entry level qualifications supporting you to develop independent living skills and promote your self confidence PROGRESS POINT – These three Foundation courses give the chance to move onto mainstream options or to employment. INCREASE YOUR LIFE AND WORK OPTIONS – by attending Coleg Morgannwg for a 1 year course on 4 days per week. It has been designed specifically to meet the future vocational, voluntary or employment needs of students with additional learning needs. LEARNING AND EARNING - WORK BASED LEARNING OPTIONS: Modern Apprenticeships are offered to anyone employed in Engineering or Plumbing from the age of 16 years. They offer a flexible option to the apprentice and their employer. Foundation Modern Apprenticeships are available in Plumbing to those in employment from the age of 16 years. Interested contact morgannwg.ac.uk/skillstraining or email j.williams@morgannwg.ac.uk.

Given his commitment he was nominated for a WorkSkills Award and travelled to the WorkSkills Celebrating Success Event at Smithfield, London. The journey was well worth it as Shane successfully received a WorkSkills National Award, the highest accolade in Celebrating WorkSkills success. Shane is now looking to enrol on a construction course, his tutor, Jill James said “In all my years of teaching, I have never known a student with such determination and complete focus. He has shown great insight into his personal skills and qualities and addressed a number of issues in order to achieve his goals”. JESS MOVES ONWARDS AND UPWARDS Jess Prosser started by applying for a Foundation Studies course in Catering back in 2010. During her interview she mentioned that she hadn’t been to school full time since she was 13 years. Her attendance was so poor that she received home tuition and successfully passed her GCSE Maths. Since joining the college Jess has shown total commitment to her course with an attendance rate of 99%, having only 3 days off this year. She has made a lot of friends and her social life has improved 100%. She has worked to a very high standard loves her college life and even complains when we have college holidays. Jess has achieved all her qualifications this year and even received a WorkSkills award. In September she will be starting an IT course.

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JOIN US JOIN UP & JOIN IN! COLEG MORGANNWG ENCOURAGES STUDENTS TO PARTICIPATE IN ACTIVITIES OUTSIDE THEIR MAIN COURSE OF STUDY. APART FROM THE SHEER ENJOYMENT OF JOINING IN AN ACTIVITY WITH A GROUP OF FRIENDS YOU WILL LEARN NEW SKILLS AND ENHANCE YOUR CV.

The extra curricular activities range from Sport to Drama and Media through to fundraising for charity. WEDNESDAY IS WHEN IT ALL HAPPENS... Wednesday afternoon is the time to join us join up and join in. Samples of the activities are listed, they can range from Enterprise to entertainment, sport to signing. The range of options can vary from year to year as we try to respond to what our students request in their student survey responses.

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GENERAL FOOD HYGIENE/FIRST AID VISIT WALES – CUSTOMER SERVICE CERTIFICATE IN PERSONAL EFFECTIVENESS AT LEVEL 2 /3 DIPLOMA IN DIGITAL APPLICATIONS CERTIFICATE IN ENTERPRISE BRITISH SIGN LANGUAGE SPORT AND FITNESS (M/F) RUGBY/SOCCER HOCKEY /NETBALL BASKETBALL PILATES CIRCUIT TRAINING DUKE OF EDINBURGH SPORTS LEADER AWARD

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Sport at Coleg Morgannwg is organised through the 5 x 60 programme which is in place to provide opportunities for young people to become more active and aims to encourage people who do not currently play sport to get more active and have fun. It also aims to provide opportunities for volunteers who want to gain more experience in working in a sports environment to help run clubs and to pick up awards and qualifications. As well as setting up extra-curricular clubs the 5 x 60 programme tries to make sure all activities are sustainable by developing links with local clubs. An important part of the programme is to listen to the needs of students and provide activities they want to participate in. Activities in 2011 ranged from traditional team sports

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such as rugby, football, netball or hockey to outdoor pursuits such as mountain biking, hill walking or rock climbing to indoor classes such as Zumba, street dance or martial arts. We aim to make joining in as easy and as flexible as possible, activities are run as ‘turn up and play’, structured coaching sessions, competitive fixtures, or fun festivals.

Over 100 students studying on various courses from the Nantgarw campus joined forces with teams of British Airways Maintenance staff in Cardiff to raise money for Comic Relief. The teams took part in an ‘Aircraft pull’ at Cardiff International Airport on Red Nose Day. Before each pull, professional sportsmen Matt Elias (400m hurdler) and David Roberts (Olympic swimmer) provided warm up activities. In addition to the fundraising, trophies were awarded for ‘best dressed team’, ‘most sponsorship money raised’ and ‘fastest time’, as well as a medal for every entrant. Since British Airways joined forces with Comic Relief in June 2010, the airline has raised in excess of £700,000 for ‘Flying Start’ – the airline’s charity partnership with Comic Relief, which aims to transform the lives of vulnerable and disadvantaged children in the UK and around the world.

SPORTING CHANCE In 2010/11 Coleg Morgannwg joined the colleges’ rugby league, with students now getting the chance to travel throughout the country playing different college teams. And it gets even better …. our budding valleys rugby stars are being coached by Clive Jones the former Director of Rugby at Pontypridd, who is now the new Course Director for the Level 3 Diploma in Sports Performance and Excellence. An added extra comes from Coleg Morgannwg hosting the Cardiff Blues Academy which means our students are given the chance to turn their sporting dreams into reality; they get to train and play alongside the young professional rugby players of Cardiff Blues. This year we have had four of our rugby stars getting their Welsh caps.

JUST A FEW EXAMPLES OF OUR STUDENTS INVOLVEMENT IN ACTIVITIES OUTSIDE OF THEIR STUDIES – JOIN US, JOIN THEM AND JOIN IN.

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Level 1 Hairdressing & WBQ Lefel 1 Trin Gwallt & WBQ Level 2 Hairdressing & WBQ Lefel 2 Trin Gwallt & WBQ Level 3 Hairdressing & WBQ Lefel 3 Trin Gwallt & WBQ Level 1 Beauty Therapy & WBQ Lefel 1 Therapi Harddwch & WBQ Level 2 Beauty Therapy & WBQ Lefel 2 Therapi Harddwch & WBQ Level 3 Beauty Therapy & WBQ Lefel 3 Therapi Harddwch & WBQ Holistic Complementary Therapies & WBQ Therapïau Cyflenwol Holistaidd & WBQ Level 1 Diploma in Professional Cookery & WBQ Lefel 1 Diploma Coginio Proffesiynol & WBQ Level 2 Diploma in Professional Cookery & WBQ Lefel 2 Diploma Coginio Proffesiynol & WBQ Level 3 Diploma in Professional Cookery & WBQ Lefel 3 Diploma Coginio Proffesiynol & WBQ Level 1 Diploma in Food Drink & WBQ Lefel 1 Diploma Bwyd a Diod & WBQ

NVQ Pathway in Health and Social Care & WBQ / NVQ Llwybr Iechyd a Gofal Cymdeithasol & WBQ BTEC Extended Diploma in Health and Social Care & WBQ / BTEC Diploma Estynedig Iechyd a Gofal Cymdeithasol & WBQ Foundation Degree in Childhood Studies / Gradd Sylfaen Astudiaethau Plentyndod Progression Diploma in Health and Social Care / Diploma Dilyniant Iechyd a Gofal Cymdeithasol Access to Higher Education Health Professions / Mynediad i Addysg Uwch y Proffesiynau Iechyd

FOUNDATION SKILLS | SGILIAU SYLFAEN Life & Work Options / Opsiynau Bywyd a Gwaith Foundation Skills in Business, Retail Administration and Enterprise Sgiliau Sylfaen Busnes, Gweinyddu Adwerthu a Menter Foundation Skills in Hospitality & Catering / Sgiliau Sylfaen Lletygarwch ac Arlwyo Foundation Skills in Practical Skills / Sgiliau Sylfaen mewn Sgiliau Ymarferol Foundation Level Vocational Studies Diploma / Diploma Lefel Sylfaen Astudiaethau Galwedigaethol

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ANR SCIENCE | GWYDDONIAETH BTEC National Diploma in Applied Science (Laboratory & Industrial Science) & WBQ / BTEC Diploma Cenedlaethol Gwyddoniaeth Gymhwysol (Gwyddorau Labordy a Diwydiant) & WBQ BTEC First Diploma in Applied Science & WBQ BTEC Diploma Cyntaf mewn Gwyddoniaeth Gymhwysol & WBQ Access to Higher Education, Science Mynediad i Addysg Uwch, Gwyddoniaeth

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TECHNOLOGY (ENGINEERING) | TECHNOLEG (PEIRIANNEG) BTEC Foundation Tier Level 1 Diploma in Engineering & WBQ BTEC Diploma Haen Sylfaen Lefel 1 mewn Peirianneg & WBQ BTEC Level 2 Diploma & PEO Level 1 in Engineering and also in Electronic Engineering & WBQ / BTEC Diploma Lefel 2 & PEO Lefel 1 mewn Peirianneg ac hefyd mewn Peirianneg Electroneg & WBQ BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma & PEO Level 2 in Manufacturing & WBQ BTEC Diploma Atodol Lefel 3 & PEO Lefel 2 mewn Gweithgynhyrchu & WBQ BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma & PEO Level 1 in Manufacturing (Pathways to Apprenticeships) & WBQ / BTEC Diploma Atodol Lefel 3 & PEO Lefel 1 mewn Gweithgynhyrchu (Llwybrau i Brentisiaeth) & WBQ NVQ 2 Electronic Engineering Computer Repair NVQ 2 Peirianneg Electroneg Atgyweirio Cyfrifiaduron PEO Level 1 in Engineering / PEO Lefel 1 mewn Peirianneg PEO Level 2 in Engineering / PEO Lefel 2 mewn Peirianneg

COMPUTING/ADMINISTRATION & IT | CYFRIFIADUREG/GWEINYDDU &TG BTEC Level 2 First Diploma in IT & WBQ BTEC Lefel 2 Diploma Cyntaf mewn TG & WBQ BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in IT & WBQ BTEC Lefel 3 Diploma Estynedig mewn TG & WBQ Gateway to Computing / Porth i Gyfrifiadureg Gateway to IT and Administration / Porth i TG a Gweinyddu OCR Level 1 NVQ Cert in Business & Administration & WBQ OCR Lefel 1 NVQ Tystysgrif Busnes a Gweinyddu & WBQ OCR Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Business & Administration & WBQ OCR Lefel 2 NVQ Diploma Busnes a Gweinyddu & WBQ OCR Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Business & Administration OCR Lefel 3 NVQ Diploma Busnes a Gweinyddu City & Guilds Start IT & Level 1 Certificates for IT Users - ITQ & WBQ / City & Guilds Tystysgrifau TG Cychwynnol & Lefel 1 i Ddefnyddwyr TG - ITQ & WBQ

DISCLAIMER - Coleg Morgannwg has made every effort to ensure the information contained in this magazine is accurate at the time of printing and reserves the right to make changes or withdraw without notice any of the courses, course facilities or support described. YMWRTHODIAD - Mae Coleg Morgannwg wedi gwneud pob ymdrech i sicrhau bod y wybodaeth yn y cylchgrawn hwn yn gywir adeg ei gyhoeddi ond maen cadw’r hawl i newid neu ddiddymu unrhyw gwrs, adnodd cwrs neu gymorth a ddisgrifwyd, a hynny heb rybudd.

Some of our courses are supported by the European Social Fund through the Building the Future Together project, which is a partnership with RCT. Caiff rhai o’n cyrsiau gefnogaeth Cronfa Gymdeithasol Ewrop drwy’r prosiect Adeiladu’r Dyfodol Gyda’n Gilydd, sy’n bartneriaeth â RhCT.

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