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Grŵp Llandrillo Menai
Grŵp Llandrillo Menai aims to support the economy of North Wales by equipping local people with the skills and qualifications needed to ensure the competitiveness and success of the region.
We offer school leaver courses in over 20 subject areas.
Whether you’re wondering what to do after your GCSEs, lack the qualifications needed to get a better job or to go to university, or simply want to learn more about a subject that’s always interested you, we’re here to help.
If you study with us, you will follow your own Programme for Learning, made up of:
A vocational qualification (e.g. NVQ, BTEC), or
A number of AS/A2 subjects
Your programme may also include:
The Welsh Baccalaureate
Literacy and numeracy qualifications
Additional vocational qualifications
Welsh Baccalaureate is a valuable qualification which is often studied alongside your full-time course.
The qualification is graded A*-E, carrying the equivalent UCAS points at Level 3, and equips you with transferable personal and business skills. It is highly regarded by universities and employers alike.
As part of the qualification, you will learn about Global Citizenship, Enterprise and Employability and take part in community engagement and work experience.
Grŵp Llandrillo Menai offers university courses in over 30 subject areas.
Most of our degrees are validated and awarded by Bangor University.
The majority of the courses are delivered at the specialist university centre at the Rhos-on-Sea campus, or at our Bangor, Llangefni and Rhyl campuses. Some bilingual degrees are also available at Dolgellau.
Studying for a degree can be life-changing in many ways:
-Better career and promotion opportunities
-Greater earning potential
-Increased knowledge and skills
Apprenticeships are becoming more and more popular as the route into a successful career. With an apprenticeship you earn while you learn, you gain recognised qualifications, job specific skills and knowledge and this all helps you stand out in the job market.
Whether you are a young person aged 16-19 or aged 20 and over, a range of options may be open to you which will allow you to build your knowledge and skills through work.
Learning can often take place in the workplace under the supervision of qualified instructors and backed up by training at the college.
You can search our current apprenticeship vacancies here or fill in the contact form and one of our Advisors will be in touch to discuss your options.
Talk to us today!