#WelshLanguageMusicDay is happening for a second year running and Agored Cymru is encouraging everyone to support and participate. - What is Welsh Language Music Day? In partnership with names such as Deezer, HMV, BBC, Grazing Shed, Spillers and a host of talented Welsh musicians, the first #WelshLanguageMusicDay, was a success with gigs, radi...

Following a successful recruitment process we are delighted to announce that Kevern Kerswell has been appointed the new Chief Executive of Agored Cymru. - Kevern who is currently the Assistant Director for Quality, Standards and Regulations at Agored Cymru will take up hi...

Agored Cymru has appointed John Sexton as its newest Board member.

Sexton, who is the Director of the Blaenau Gwent Learning Zone campus in Ebbw-Vale and a member of Agored Cymru’s Quality Standards and Regulation Committee, has several years’ experience in both education and industry. - John Sexton began his career as an engineer, w...

Former Coleg Cambria learners, who achieved their Agored Cymru Access to Higher Education Diploma in Biosciences, were among 25 special nominees from around the UK to be presented an Award at the Royal Societies' and Gatsby Foundation's Awards Ceremony held at the Royal Society of Chemistry in London recently. - Gemma Lloyd and Carl Shone, along with ...

A special presentation sponsored by Alun Davies, Minister for Lifelong Learning and Welsh Language, was held at the Senedd to celebrate the Agored Cymru Access to Higher Education Learner of the Year Awards. - In 2015-16 over 1800 adult learners in Wales enrolled onto an Agored Cymru Access to Higher Education Diploma, a national qualification rec...

Agored Cymru launches its national Quality Mark which supports organisations to deliver the very best opportunities for professional and personal development for their employees in Wales. - ColegauCymrus international Teaching and Learning Conference 2016 was the first event of its kind to be Quality Marked by Agored Cymru, the Welsh awarding body...