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Croeso: Beginners' Welsh free course icon level 1: introductory icon

Languages

Croeso: Beginners' Welsh

This free course, Croeso: Beginners' Welsh, is taken from Croeso, a beginners' language module that concentrates on Welsh as a tool for communication, but it also provides some insights into Welsh societies and cultures through printed and audio materials. It will be of interest to all those who want to improve their language skills in order to ...

Free course
4 hrs
Hybrid working and digital transformation toolkit article icon

Money & Business

Hybrid working and digital transformation toolkit

Free online courses and other resources to help you thrive in an ever-changing digital hybrid world.

Article
5 mins
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Education & Development

University Ready

A collection of resources from all of Wales' universities to help you get started with higher education. Ar gael yn Gymraeg

Collection
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Society, Politics & Law

Active Citizenship in Wales

Free online resources to help you think critically about society and politics in Wales, and to help you use your voice as a citizen.

Article
5 mins
Everyday maths 1 (Wales) free course icon level 1: introductory icon

Science, Maths & Technology

Everyday maths 1 (Wales)

This free course will develop and improve your essential maths skills for work, study and everyday life. The course has four sessions, which cover the following topics: numbers, measurement, shapes and space, and handling data. There will be plenty of examples to help you progress, together with opportunities to practise your understanding. A...

Free course
48 hrs
Wales and music: a conversation with Huw Stephens video icon

History & The Arts

Wales and music: a conversation with Huw Stephens

Music has come to play a significant role in Welsh identity. It has been and remains central to the way many Welsh people think about themselves collectively as a nation, and the way in which the Welsh are perceived outside Wales.

Video
40 mins
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Education & Development

Volunteering in the education sector

Ever thought about volunteering in education? Read stories from OU staff on why they volunteer, what it means and how others can get involved.

Article
5 mins
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Education & Development

Volunteering with a personal or professional focus

Have you considered using your professional skills or personal experiences to volunteer and develop your skills further? Read stories from OU staff on why they volunteer, what it means and how others can get involved.

Article
5 mins
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Education & Development

Volunteering in the community

Volunteering in the community can have a big impact. Read stories from OU staff on why they volunteer, what it means and how others can get involved.

Article
5 mins
Diary of a new Life Peer article icon

Society, Politics & Law

Diary of a new Life Peer

In 2024, Carmen Smith became the youngest person ever to be appointed as a life peer in the House of Lords, as Baroness Smith of Llanfaes. Here, she recounts what being nominated and then taking up her seat was like. What did the process involve? Who did she meet along the way? And what does she hope to accomplish as a member of the House of Lords?

Article
5 mins
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Society, Politics & Law

How a new First Minister of Wales is appointed

An overview of what happens when it’s time to appoint a new First Minister of Wales, who leads the Welsh Government.

Article
5 mins
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History & The Arts

Twin Town and Welsh cinema in the late 1990s

A look at the Welsh film scene that reflected how Wales saw itself as the devolution era began.

Article
5 mins