Archive for the Training Category

November and December Training

In case you’ve missed it, we’ve got a training course coming up and we’ve got four spaces left to fill… you lucky people! Our next training course is taking place Thursday 22nd November 1pm – 4pm and will be held in our office. To book a place on this course click here or call us on 01685 810432.

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Get Your Diaries Out!

Yes, that’s right we’ve been planning our training schedule for 2018/2019! As you know we’ve been working on our new training suite and we’re almost ready to launch it; with that in mind we’ve scheduled six in-house training courses running from September – March.

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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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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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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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Another New Testimonial Added

Another New Testimonial Added We have added a new testimonial to our Testimonials Page.  We have trained staff members in St John’s Medical Practice in Aberdare and Caerau Lane Surgery in Cardiff and have received a testimonial from Managing Partner Lynwen Francies.  To read it go to

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Training Staff from the Wales Mobility Driving and Assessment Service

Staff of the Wales Mobility Driving and Assessment Service with Principal Consultant Richard Jones

Training Staff from the Wales Mobility Driving and Assessment Service We are pleased to have trained staff at the Wales Mobility Driving and Assessment Service in Rookwood Hospital Cardiff.  The service is a registered charity and receives a grant from the Welsh Assembly, this funding meets the

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Training Comes Home

Richard Jones with course delgates and volunteer Lindsey Williams

Yesterday, Accessible Wales was pleased to carry out our Disability Awareness Training Course back in our old home, The Cynon Valley Museum. Delegates on the course included staff from Rhondda Cynon Taff, Forest View Medical Centre and Rhos House Surgery.  The course was our three hour course

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