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Danielle Hall in yoga pose

Our Personal Training learners leading the way to keep you active

14 May 2020

With staying at home being the ‘new normal’, many of us are looking for ways to exercise and keep fit at home to boost our physical and mental wellbeing. Trying to maintain an active and healthy lifestyle during the Coronavirus lockdown is really important, but finding motivation to work out at home can be tough, even if you may be used to hitting to the gym or joining an exercise class. But AOC Sport have developed an innovative way to make it a little easier for us, and our Personal Training alumni are leading the way, hosting free weekly exercise sessions on Facebook.

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Coleg Gwent WorldSkills winner

Coleg Gwent go for gold at WorldSkills UK

2 December 2019

Coleg Gwent students have struck gold at the recent WorldSkills UK LIVE national finals, beating counterparts from colleges across the UK at the Awards Ceremony on Saturday 23rd November.

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Talented students competing to be crowned the best in the UK

10 October 2019

Four of our students are through to the national finals of the WorldSkills UK Competitions

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Why students love learning at Coleg Gwent!

Why students love learning at Coleg Gwent!

3 October 2019

It’s ‘Love our Colleges Week’, so we’re introducing you to some of our learners and sharing their success and journey through college so far.

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It's a recipe for learning success

16 September 2019

We're delighted to be launching Wales' first Chefs' Forum Academy with our Catering and Hospitality students being offered unrivalled access to the UK's most inspirational culinary experts.

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students celebrating outside campus

Coleg Gwent A Level learners celebrate their success

15 August 2019

Coleg Gwent students and staff are today celebrating another year of excellent A Level results across their campuses. The college's pass rate was a superb 98.5%, which is above the Wales and UK comparator for the fourth year running. Across Coleg Gwent, 392 students sat just under 1,000 A Level examinations between them and 76% of these achieved A*-C grades.

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