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Croeso: Beginners' Welsh free course icon Level

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
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Health, Sports & Psychology

Wellbeing and mental health collection

The mental health and wellbeing collection (Wales) provides a hub of free, bilingual resources that aim to promote positive wellbeing and support good mental health.

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Society, Politics & Law

Understanding devolution in Wales

This free course charts the transformation of the Welsh devolution settlement in the 20 years following the referendum on devolution in 1997. You will consider how an Assembly with minimal public support and limited law-making powers became a Parliament with the power to set taxes. You will explore some of the biggest challenges facing ...

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12 hrs
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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

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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.

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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...

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48 hrs
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Society, Politics & Law

6 ways to make your voice heard in Wales

One of the fundamental principles of democracy is that the voice of citizens should be heard. Wales’ democracy, now more than two decades old, is no different.

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Society, Politics & Law

Fake news in Wales

The ways in which information is reported, explained and shared in Wales, especially as the Senedd has gained more power, highlight several important issues about the effects that ‘fake news’ can have for a democratic society.

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10 mins
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Society, Politics & Law

The life and times of Cyril Lakin

The story of Cyril Lakin, a former literary editor of The Daily Telegraph and The Sunday Times during the 1930s, BBC broadcaster during the Blitz, and wartime Member of Parliament, sheds light on wider themes in the story of modern Wales.

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1 hr
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Society, Politics & Law

How to read the news

Five tips to help you identify ‘fake news’ and think critically about our media-saturated society.

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Introduction to Green Social Prescribing — Mental Health and the Workplace Environment article icon

Health, Sports & Psychology

Introduction to Green Social Prescribing — Mental Health and the Workplace Environment

How workplaces can begin to make use of ideas from green social prescribing to enhance wellbeing.  

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Society, Politics & Law

Raymond Williams and Leonardo Sciascia: Intellectuals At the Margins

Raymond Williams and Leonardo Sciascia, both born in 1921, were two notable intellectuals, novelists and critics. Geoff Andrews explores their lives and legacies in this article. 

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