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Boosting Students Knowledge at Coleg Y Cymoedd

Students from Coleg Y Cymoedd BOOST programme

Students from Aberdare Campus of Coleg Y Cymoedd recently took part in a one-hour Introduction to Disability Awareness as part of the BOOST programme.

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Accessible Wales training at Dyfed-Powys Police

Staff from the office of the Dyfed-Powys Police and Crime Commissioner’s Office after completing the course

Accessible Wales was pleased to train staff from the office of Dyfed-Powys Police and Crime Commissioner’s Office last week. The course was one of four planned with the office to train all the Commissioner’s staff, highlighting the priority Dyfed-Powys places on equality.

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Accessible Wales, Learning Something New

Recently Principal Consultant Richard Jones with Mark Thomas Campus Director/Director of Facility at the Aberdare Campus of Coleg y Cymoedd

Recently Principal Consultant Richard Jones met with Mark Thomas Campus Director/Director of Facility at the Aberdare Campus of Coleg y Cymoedd. The meeting took place to discuss how Accessible Wales could help both the students and staff in the campus.

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A Busy Few Weeks Ahead

20% off services until the end of October

A Busy Few Weeks Ahead It’s all go with us at Accessible Wales. The next few weeks are extremely busy, we’re not complaining though! Next week we’re going to be carrying out an access audit of the museum of Modern Art in Machynlleth.  Our Access Consultancy service

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Can you spot a person with a disability?

Can you spot a person with a disability? It’s not as obvious as you think! Today is world Mental Health Day, it is important to remember that not all disabilities and health conditions are obvious. 1 in 4 people in Wales suffer with a Mental Health condition

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Our address has changed

Our website address has changed As one of the ways we’re marking our Tenth anniversary we’ve changed our website address – we’re putting the wales into Accessible Wales. Our new website address is www.accessible.wales It’s shorter and easier to remember, our email addresses will change too so

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Are you Disability Aware?

Accessible Wales will be holding a Disability Awareness Training course on Thursday 21st September at the Cynon Valley Museum.  The course costs £32.45 and will run from 10am – 1pm. Since opening in 2010 we have built up a successful training service with our Disability Awareness Training

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Tried Contacting Us?

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Tried Contacting Us? Our telephone and emailing system has been down since yesterday approximately 3pm yesterday.  We are pleased to announce that this problem has now been resolved, from 9am tomorrow morning everything will be fully working again. Thank you for your patients, if you have unsuccessfully

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Accessible Wales strengthens links with Cynon Valley Museum

Principal Consultant Richard Jones with Cynon Valley Museum Development Manager Charlotte Morgan

Accessible Wales strengthens links with Cynon Valley Museum Followers of our regular blog posts will know we have a strong history of working with the Cynon Valley Museum. That bond goes back ten years, as they were one of our first clients. When Accessible Wales’ non-profit arm

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Accessible Wales at the heart of the Cardiff Community

delegates from the afternoon course at Cardiff and Vale CAB joined by Principal Consultant Richard Jones

Accessible Wales at the heart of the Cardiff Community As former Chair of a Citizen’s Advice Bureau based in Rhondda Cynon Taff, Principal Consultant Richard Jones is a committed supporter of the organisation.  Accessible Wales are proud to confirm they are a supplier of training for the

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