NOTE: This content is old - Published: Monday, Aug 12th, 2013.
After another successful Royal Welsh Show and National Eisteddfod, Coleg Cambria is now busy preparing for this week’s Denbigh and Flint Show.
Representatives from across the college will be at Coleg Cambria’s exhibition stand offering guidance on the numerous education and training options available. Visitors will be able to gain advice on full time course options, leisure courses, work-based options as well as specialist training initiatives.
The college will also be using the Show to promote their new Land-based Apprenticeship programmes.
Visitors to the stand will also have the opportunity to learn how to milk Daisy the Cow and tack up Derek the Horse.
There will also be a range of children’s craft activities available free of charge.
Coleg Cambria’s Director of Work-based Learning, Patrick Leonard said: “It is great to be exhibiting at the Denbigh and Flint Show.
We like to take every available opportunity to go out into our local communities and meet the people working in the surrounding industries.
“We are holding a Land-based Apprenticeships Event during the day to raise awareness of the new programmes we are now offering.
Please come along to discuss the opportunities with the representatives on our stand.