centre. Benefits of Becoming an Agored Cymru Recognised Centre continued support to develop innovative, flexible and responsive curriculum access to personal support from dedicated, experienced and knowledgeable staff opportunities... Go to page

Access to Higher Education

you are currently completing an Agored Cymru Access to Higher Education Diploma and you have concerns regarding college closures, you are advised to maintain contact with your college and they will advise you on how to access online learn... Go to page


Apprenticeships The Agored Cymru Apprenticeships Package We provide the complete apprenticeship qualification package, this makes us the perfect partner for providers looking to simplify their Apprenticeship administration by workin... Go to page


Offices Please continue to use the same telephone numbers, which are01248 670011and02920 747866.However, you can avoid any longer than usual wait times by emailing us. We have our full team ready to respond very promptly to email enquir... Go to page


learners achievements. Agored Cymru Unitsand Qualifications We have more than 6,000 units and 400 qualifications, in a range of subjects from Essential Skills to Clinical Imaging Support. Agored Cymru units and qualificat... Go to page

Training and Events

Training and Events Thank you for your understanding if you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Go to page


Celebrating Adult Learners’ Week

the month of June 2019. Agored Cymru is pleased that so many of its centres are associated with the campaign. Adult Learners Week is traditionally preceded by an awards event known as the Inspire! Awards. This is a prestigious... Go to news item

Pastures New for Rachel Mooney

to the strategic direction of Agored Cymru and been instrumental in setting effective operational plans. In particular she has led on all aspects of qualification and curriculum development, and overseen regulation and compliance. B... Go to news item


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At Agored Cymru we are aware that Access to HE learners have faced or are facing significant barriers to their educational achievement. They are often studying while undertaking caring responsibilities and/or working and therefore frequently suffer considerable financial hardship as a result of their decision to return to education.

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