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Coleg Gwent's Automotive department were visited by BBC's X-Ray team, who dropped in to use the facilities to report on MOTs and motor vehicle maintenance.
Coleg Gwent is proud to be playing an important role in the recently launched 'We Care Wales campaign'.
Yesterday, Coleg Gwent staff joined an informal gathering to show their support for LGBTQ+ history month. This was the first event of its type for staff at the College, and the temporary Chair of the Equality & Diversity Group, Arwel Rees-Taylor, welcomed colleagues with his own, homemade cakes.
Following the successful launch of Cyber College Cymru this week by Kirsty Williams AM: Education Minister, Coleg Gwent is delighted to officially announce details of our exciting new digital BTEC course, the National Extended Diploma in Computing.
The Newport Half Marathon is almost upon us, and Coleg Gwent are already in the lead with their support for good causes.
Coleg Gwent’s Art and Design learners have won a competition which will see their brilliant designs appear throughout Gwent and beyond.
Coleg Gwent are proud to mark and celebrate LGBTQ history month 2020. We pride ourselves on our forward thinking and progressive community.
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Coleg Gwent Dragons Junior Rugby Academy became champions of Wales once again, winning the final of the Welsh School and Colleges Rugby League trophy.
Three Coleg Gwent students have begun 2020 having won funding in the form of a grant in the annual Tafflab enterprise kick-starter competition.
At a recent Buddy Day held at Coleg Gwent, a group of learners came together to speak about social isolation and how to tackle it.
Coleg Gwent students have struck gold at the recent WorldSkills UK LIVE national finals, beating counterparts from colleges across the UK.
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Four of Coleg Gwent's students are through to the national finals of the WorldSkills UK Competitions.
With more than 40 courses on offer in business, care and engineering alone - a university education is closer than you think.
Coleg Gwent students used their artistic talents to create bespoke artwork for a charity auction, for Motor Neurone disease - in support with Gwent Police.
A group of Coleg Gwent construction learners seized the opportunity to learn first-hand about timber frame engineering during 'See Your Site' week.
Coleg Gwent countryside management learners were among the volunteers who helped televison gardener Alan Titchmarsh as he transformed a garden for the ITV programme Love Your Garden.
We’re introducing you to some of our learners and sharing their success and journey through learning at Coleg Gwent so far.
Coleg Gwent Independent Living Skills learners helped to create a new outdoor learning space, with help from Leonard Cheshire's 'Can Do' programme.
Coleg Gwent 'topped out' in a special ceremony to mark the latest milestone in the new, £24 million Torfaen Learning Zone development.
We're delighted to be launching Wales' first Chefs' Forum Academy with our Catering and Hospitality students.
Coleg Gwent students and staff are today celebrating another year of excellent A Level results across their campuses. A superb pass rate of 98.5%.
Our fantastic catering students joined top Welsh chef James Sommerin to cook up a winning menu of canapés at his Michelin-starred Penarth restaurant.
Congratulations to foundation degree graphic communication student Lee Brakspears for designing a great new logo for the Torfaen Voluntary Alliance.
Our brilliant construction lecturers successfully completed their annual charity bike ride in aid of St David's Hospice Care.
We're introducing you to some of our mature students and sharing their success and journey through college, in Celebration of Adult Learners' Week.
The latest Welsh Government Learner Outcomes Report for 2017/18 demonstrates that Coleg Gwent is one of Wales' top performing colleges.
If you want to learn a new skill, turn a hobby into a profession or fancy a career change then Coleg Gwent will have a course made for you.
We're sharing the success of some of our fantastic students, and their journeys with learning and development, at Coleg Gwent so far.
Our brilliant Coleg Gwent girls are the WRU U18's College and Schools Champions 2019!
Working for Coleg Gwent is fulfilling, exciting and engaging, as you help to shape the futures of young people. View our current jobs and careers vacancies.
To commemorate International Women's Day, we're sharing the success of our female students and their journey with Coleg Gwent, so far.
To mark National Careers Week and National Apprenticeships Week , we'll be showcasing some of our apprentices' and students' successes.
Coleg Gwent's Career and apprenticeships jobs fair.
Coleg Gwent has become the first educational establishment in Wales to have a ‘Dementia Friendly’ campus.
Bristol's most highly-skilled chefs help students prepare a mouth-watering meal for 70 diners in one of the most famed catering colleges in the country.
One of Wales' largest and top performing further and higher education colleges offering full time and part time courses, apprenticeships and employer training.
Coleg Gwent students struck gold and received highly commended status at the recent WorldSkills UK LIVE, beating counterparts from colleges across the UK.
Torfaen Council and Coleg Gwent officially cut the first sod of Torfaen's new lTearning centre. to mark the beginning of a new era for education in Torfaen.
A group of Girl Guides are brushing up on their paintwork, woodwork and plumbing skills as they work with the college to make their own creations a
Students, staff and members of the public are invited to help college students create a poppy dress, to commemorate 100 years since the Great War ended.
Coleg Gwent is a finalist in the new Sustainable Wales Awards.
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Our A-Level photography students from Blaenau Gwent Learning Zone attended The Eye International Photography festival at Aberystwyth Arts Centre.
The unveiling of Coleg Gwent's new £2.5 million learning centre, at Coleg Gwent's Usk Campus.
Coleg Gwent has officially launched the Dennison Advanced Materials Centre (DAMC), the first of its kind in Wales!
Coleg Gwent's talented students have reach the national finals of the WorldSkills competition in disciplines including beauty, forensic science and game art
Coleg Gwent's Lecturer, Victoria English made the Independent's 'Happy List' 10 because of her brilliant mental health contributions to young people.
Coleg Gwent Fashion Student, Abigail Parker is putting her fashion qualification to good use by designing and selling her own t-shirts and handbags.
Coleg Gwent students and staff are celebrating yet another year of excellent A Level results. The college's pass rate was a superb 98.1%.
Two Coleg Gwent students have reached the National SkillBuild finals, beating a hundred of the best plastering apprentices in the process.
0ur New Student Days were a hit across all five of our campuses! We welcomed just under 2,500 students, giving a glimspe of student life at Coleg Gwent.
Coleg Gwent has become the first college in Wales to pilot Estyn's new inspection framework, securing a judgement of Good in everything it does.
Staff at Coleg Gwent have been busy fundraising for Ronald McDonald House Bristol, in support of a colleague Paul Mugleston and his three year old daughter, Ruby.
Over 1,000 new growth jobs in the ICT sector are forecast by 2024 for South East Wales.
When studying with Coleg Gwent - one of Wales' top performing colleges, turning your passion into a career, is easier than ever.
A second year Coleg Gwent student from Newport has found the recipe for successful studies by becoming a chef with the Army Reserve
Coleg Gwent Student Rob, 30. always has had a passsion for sport, but he had never imagined he would be studying a univerity course about it.
Meet 38 year old Coleg Gwent student Alice Roberts from Cwmbran. Alice decided to retrain as a hairdresser seven years ago at Coleg Gwent.
Coleg Gwent is celebrating Adult Learners' Week by introducing you to some of our fantastic Adult Learner students.
Coleg Gwent partners with the National Skills Academy Rail (NSAR) to become a member of the National Network of Colleges (for Rail).
In 2020, Coleg Gwent's new Torfaen post 16 education centre (yet to be named) will be the home of all A Level education in Torfaen.
Coleg Gwent A level Welsh students visit North West Wales to visit venues and areas that are relevant to their course work and forthcoming examinations.
Twenty-two-year-old Coleg Gwent Student - Ayesha Khan, who has Spina Biffida and Hydrocephalus takes on the ABP Newport 10k race in her wheelchair.
Five students and lecturers from Coleg Gwent attended the Big Ideas Wales finals, showcasing their bees wax candles and jars of honey they had produced.
Coleg Gwent is one of the largest and most successful colleges in Wales, offering first class support and guidance to all learners.
Making decisions about your future can be challenging, especially when you're still in school. At Coleg Gwent, you can pursue a passion, into a career.
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