±«Óătv

We are currently updating our website. For all enquiries please contact: info@acttraining.org.uk

News
News

±«Óătv launch new skills centre in Caerphilly centre

Wales’ leading training provider, ±«Óătv Training has opened a new skills centre in Caerphilly town centre, to give local unemployed youths a new resource to help them succeed. Located on Market Street (formerly the Bluebell pub) the centre, which opened 20th May, will offer young people, specifically 16-18 year-olds, a...
Page

Caerphilly Skills centre Open day

Curious about what we do? Come take a peek! Join us at our Caerphilly Skills Centre Open Day! Whether you’re aged 16-19 or a parent/carer of a young person, our doors are open for you to discover how our brilliant Jobs Growth Wales+ and Apprenticeship programmes can pave the...
News
News

New Aberdare skills centre welcomes MP

Learners at ±«Óătv Training’s spacious new skills centre in Aberdare welcomed Beth Winter MP. The Cynon Valley MP was shown the modern facilities in the three-storey building, on Aberdare’s busy Canon Street, on Monday, October 4. Mrs Winter took a tour of the accessible centre, spent time with both staff...
News
Learners

From rabbits to reptiles: Training the animal experts of the future in Caerphilly

Appeared on ITV news/ website ±«Óătv has opened a new animal care centre at our Caerphilly Skills Centre to help young people train to look after animals. This is a replica of our Cardiff animal care route where our learners get a hands-on learning experience.   It’s been set up...
News
Learners

BBC Wildlife expert opens new animal care teaching centre in South Wales

Published: Caerphilly Campaign, South Wales Argus, Western Mail, Cardiff and South Wales Advertiser. Aspiring animal care workers in South Wales now have more opportunity to train and develop their skills following the launch of a new animal care centre in Caerphilly.  Wales’ largest training provider, ±«Óătv Training, is the only provider...
News
Company

Young people urged not to miss out on essential routes to getting employment

Published: South Wales Argus & Wrexham Leader Young people in Wales are learning to love traineeships as the scheme continues to prove its worth as a popular descendant to the mighty apprenticeship in accessing the world of work. Those based in Gwent and the surrounding areas risk missing out these key routes to employment, however, because...
News
Company

Proud to be Welsh Competition – The Results!

In the run up to St David’s Day ±«Óătv held a Proud to be Welsh competition across our sub-contractors, centres and staff. Entrants were asked to combine their creative skills and passion for being Welsh across five categories. Everyone who took part made an incredible amount of effort across all...
News
Company
News

Packaging giant gains new focus on sustainability with help from work-based learning

The ±«Óătv has ambitious plans for a Net Zero Wales, highlighting education and upskilling as key factors needed to achieve this goal by 2050. From a business perspective, this means employers will need to put sustainability at the centre of their future planning and operations. In response to this,...
Page

Kirstie Thomas

Kirstie Thomas is the Assistant Head Teacher of Lewis school Pengam, the last single-sex boy’s school in Wales. She has worked at Lewis School for 19 years, becoming Assistant Head Teacher in 2018. During that time, her areas of interest have included teaching and learning, coaching and mentoring, additional learning...