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Partnership working benefits industry

Whilst the pandemic presented many challenges for both businesses and education, partnership working between Pembrokeshire College and Pembrokeshire Agricultural Society ensured that more than 200 learners were able to complete their construction qualifications despite the lockdowns and requirements for social distancing. In February this year, when the Education Minister announced that trade courses in engineering […]

Pembrokeshire College appoints new Chair

Pembrokeshire College has recently appointed Iwan Thomas, CEO of PLANED, as its new Chair of the Corporation Board. Iwan officially took on the role of Chair on the 1 August 2021 having joined the Board in 2019. Iwan takes the helm from Caroline Oakley former Director of Nursing at Hywel Dda University Health Board, who […]

ECITB welcomes first Scholarship in Wales

Pembrokeshire College has become the first training provider in Wales to deliver the innovative Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB) Scholarship Programme. The Scholarship was created to provide a pipeline of new talent into industry while employers rebound from the economic impact of the Covid-19 crisis. Each course focuses on identified skills shortages for the […]

The Ultimate Student Dinner Coming to Pembrokeshire College

A celebration dinner is being served at Pembrokeshire College on Thursday 16th September at 6.30pm, with dishes created by leading industry chefs. However, there’s a delicious twist to the event – the chefs won’t be present. Their place in the kitchen will be taken by The Chefs’ Forum Academy students who were taught the dishes […]

Pembrokeshire College Advisory Forum Appoints New President

Launched in 2014, the Pembrokeshire College Advisory Forum was established to forge stronger relationships between the College, local businesses, schools, voluntary organisations and the wider public with the aim of encouraging greater community participation with the College. The Forum is made up of local people from the above sectors, who are passionate about education and […]

Health & social care apprenticeship scheme launched

Pembrokeshire College is proud to be working alongside Pembrokeshire County Council who are launching a bespoke apprenticeship programme aimed at boosting the numbers of people entering the caring profession. The Council’s Social Services and Housing Directorate is to recruit up to eight apprentices through the programme which will provide young people with job opportunities in […]

A-mazing Results

Pembrokeshire College A-level and Extended Diploma students are celebrating after receiving their results and securing places at some of the UK’s most prestigious universities. Despite another year of interrupted studies due to the global pandemic, Pembrokeshire College students have achieved an impressive set of results; and with restrictions lifting their futures are looking bright as […]

Learners support International Workers Memorial Day

Pembrokeshire College carpentry learners recently paid their respects to International Workers Memorial Day. Working in collaboration with Unison at the Pembrokeshire County Branch, learners designed and constructed a disabled access picnic bench which was later donated to residents and staff at Bangeston Hall in Pembroke Dock. Up to 50,000 people die each year in the […]