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Volunteers’ Week – celebrating our learners who go the extra mile

4 June 2021

This week marks Volunteers’ Week 2021 – an opportunity to appreciate the hard work and valuable contribution of our inspirational learners and the projects they’re involved in alongside their studies.

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Health and social care students learning about mental health on a laptop

Coleg Gwent students volunteer with Mind Matters

11 May 2021

Health and Social Care learner, Casey, jumped at the chance to gain extra knowledge and experience through Mind Matters - a project that supports the mental health and wellbeing of young people through a volunteer training programme.

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Are STEM subjects the key to your future?

4 May 2021

By 2022, 1 in 5 new jobs in the UK will be STEM jobs. With so many exciting opportunities to pursue a fulfilling and successful career in STEM, your journey starts at Coleg Gwent.

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More than just horse riding – Supporting Riding for the Disabled Association

27 April 2021

For many years, our Equestrian Department has supported the Clytha Group, a branch of the Riding for the Disabled Association based in Usk, to help dozens of local people with disabilities who have attended their inclusive riding sessions.

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Crosskeys campus and Additional Support Assistant Anthony Price

Need a little extra help at college? Our ASAs have got you covered!

23 April 2021

Supporting our learners is one of our priorities at Coleg Gwent. And our caring and friendly Additional Support Assistants (ASAs) like Anthony Price are central to our supportive community, making sure you’ll never feel alone at college.

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Nadine's Autism challenge

World Autism Month – How can we be more autism-friendly?

16 April 2021

April marks World Autism Month, and Nadine Wood, one of our dedicated Learning Resources Officers at Coleg Gwent, shares her story and explains why she chose to complete a challenge for Autism Awareness, and how we can become more autism-friendly.

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