Talented North Wales butcher won a bronze medal in the prestigious contest to find the most skillful butcher in the UK.
Wonderwool Wales, the award-winning show that celebrates all that’s great about Welsh wool and natural fibres, is planning to return in style in 2022 following a pandemic enforced absence of two years.
After 12 years in the same job with a print company, Gethin Evans opted to change career to secure a better future for himself and his family, as his wife was expecting their second child.
However, his new career path to become a plumber has not been without its challenges, as he’s had three employers within three years through no fault of his own.
Former Wales international schoolboy athlete Tom Acreman has landed his dream role providing sports activities for schools and communities in the Gwent Valleys and Caerphilly, thanks to an apprenticeship with Urdd Gobaith Cymru.
Tom, 21, from Ystrad Mynach, is currently restricted to coaching children nationally online during the Covid-19 lockdown restrictions as he works towards his Apprenticeship in Sports (Development) with The Urdd. He previously completed a Foundation Apprenticeship in Activity Leadership.
Mae gan Poppy Evans yrfa addawol mewn llywodraeth leol diolch i Brentisiaeth Uwch.
Ar ôl astudio’r gyfraith yn y brifysgol am ddwy flynedd, penderfynodd Poppy, 24, o Gaerfyrddin nad hwnnw oedd y cwrs iddi hi ac aeth ati i wneud iawn am yr amser a gollwyd trwy wneud prentisiaeth fel cynorthwyydd cymorth busnes gyda Chyngor Sir Caerfyrddin.
Poppy Evans is developing a promising career in local government thanks to a Higher Apprenticeship.
After two years at university studying law, Poppy, 24, from Carmarthen, decided the course was not for her and set about making up for lost time by starting an apprenticeship with Carmarthenshire County Council as a business support assistant.
Mae Llio Bryn Jones sy’n brentis gydag Urdd Gobaith Cymru wedi hen arfer â rôl llysgennad. Mae’n falch o’i chefndir amaethyddol ac o’r iaith Gymraeg ac mae yn ei helfen yn hyfforddi pobl mewn gwahanol chwaraeon.
Penodwyd Llio, 18, o Henllan, ger Dinbych, yn Llysgennad Prentisiaethau gan y Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol (CCC) a Ffederasiwn Hyfforddiant Cenedlaethol Cymru (NTfW).
An ambassadorial role is nothing new to Urdd Gobaith Cymru apprentice Llio Bryn Jones who loves coaching sports and is proud of her Welsh language and farming background.
Llio, 18, from Henllan, near Denbigh, has been appointed an Apprenticeship Ambassador by Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol (CCC) and the National Training Federation of Wales (NTfW).