Centre Recognition

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2018 - 2019

standard fee is charged for the Centre Recognition process and will be invoiced at the beginning of the application. Additional charges may be applied where further support from Agored Cymru is required to achieve compliance. Thi... Go to page

Become a Centre

requirements, you will be offered Centre Recognition status. If you wish to accept the offer, we will send you the centre agreement to read, sign and return. 2. Partnership: If your organisation does not currently fulfil the ... Go to page

2020 - 2021

members Fee Notes Centre Recognitionfor new centres 800.00 A non-refundable standard fee is charged for the Centre Recognitionprocess and will be invoiced at the beginning of the application. Additional c... Go to page

2019 - 2020

Members Fee Notes Centre Recognition for new centres 800.00 A non-refundable standard fee is charged for the Centre Recognition process and will be invoiced at the beginning of the process. Additional cha... Go to page

2021 - 2022

Charges 2021 - 2022 Mandatory charges for members Fee Notes Centre Approval for new centres 800.00 A non-refundable standard fee is charged for the Centre Approval process. 270 will be invoiced at the start of t... Go to page

2022 - 2023

Charges 2022 - 2023 Mandatory charges for members Fee Notes Centre Approval for new centres 270.00 530.00 A non-refundable fee of 270 will be invoiced at the start of the Centre Approval process. 530 ... Go to page

News

Centre Conference and AGM

You would have recently have received an Agenda for the upcoming Centre Conference incorporating the Agored Cymru Annual General meeting on the 27th November. I would like to draw your attention to Agenda item 5, Special Resolution: to ... Go to news item

Case Studies

Down to Earth

One of our approved centres, that we are incredibly proud to be working with, is Down to Earth. Down to Earth is an innovative social enterprise tackling social inequality and climate change - one sustainable project at a time! Since openin... Go to case study