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                                    The EGO® a lifetime work experience in Brioude and Paris.Resitting a GCSE to widen career opportunities: Joshua Taylorson resat his GCSEs in maths and English to help improve his job opportunities within the Welsh Ambulance Service.Exploring health services in Canada: Students were given the opportunity to travel to Alberta in Canada, to investigate and experience various perspectives of health and social care education and the challenges facing rural and remote health and social care service delivery.Overseas business: Business students enjoyed a trip to Barcelona, getting the chance to immerse themselves in a diverse and vibrant business culture.Best Welsh chef: Catering lecturer Sam Everton, was named ‘Best Young Chef’ in Wales at the World Young Chef Young Waiter competition 2023 in Swansea.Outdoor adventure student Kelsey Thomas, 18, was signed up by Swansea City Ladies.Maths resit and an access course helped Nicola Barber gain a university place to study dental therapy and hygiene despite going through a major operation whilst studying.Silver Award: A bricklaying apprentice won a silver award at the Guild of Bricklayers national final held in Tamworth. Jake Shakespeare from Newcastle Emlyn, is employed by Wayne Parsons Construction.UK’s biggest skills competition:Fourteen Coleg Sir Gâr and Coleg Ceredigion students joined over 100 Welsh students and apprentices battling it out for the top spot at the WorldSkills UK National Finals.London exhibition: Furniture making student Julie Boltwood’s work was been selected by University of the Arts London (UAL) to exhibit at Origins Creatives in London.Coleg Ceredigion celebrated success in gaining nearly 20 Welsh medals from national skills competitions.Working within the sector: Coleg Ceredigion has been collaboratively working with Coleg Elidyr in a Wales-wide project to explore how collaborative working within the further education sector can support the achievement of additional needs students.Ukrainian refugee Olena Konstantinova travelled alone to live in Wales. With help and support she discovered the college’s diploma in art and design and has since secured a conditional offer to study at Cambridge School of Art at Anglia Ruskin University.
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