Jayne Rogers 29th June 2017
Congratulations to Kerry Jones, Sarah Bray, Anna Jablonska and Stacey Ithell from the Children’s Care, Learning and Development (CCLD) Level 2 course at Wrexham itec, who were nominated for an award at the Adult Community Learning awards. Tutor Nia Jones said: “I am so proud of this group, which includes Kirsty Jones who couldn’t make it on the night. They have worked so hard, have become good friends and have supported each other through the course. This is what community learning is all about and they are one of the success stories”.
itec 3rd February 2017
Come and join us at our Future Focus event for 18-24 year olds on February 8th, and discover what help, advice and opportunities there are in the Wrexham area.
Organised by Wrexham Job Centre Plus in conjunction with Wrexham itec, the event will feature stands and exhibits from a number of organisations and agencies in the training, education, voluntary, careers, leisure and business sectors.
These will include Groundwork, AVOW, Communities First, Communities for Work, Careers Wales, Freedom Leisure and Glyndwr University.
The event is aimed at people aged 18-24 who are unemployed or who want to find out about what opportunities there are …
itec 5th January 2017
Congratulations to Wrexham itec’s Julian Ayres who has completed year of challenges and in doing so has run, swam and cycled the equivalent of the distance from London to Beijing.
Julian, who has competed in Ironman competitions, triathlons and races of 38 miles, 50 miles and even a staggering 100 miles, has been raising money for Wrexham itec’s chosen charity Advance Brighter Futures.
Julian’s training app showed that by December 2016 he had clocked up 2,199 running miles, 2,003 cycling miles and 148 swimming miles. Added to 700 competitive miles, and Julian has travelled an amazing 5,050 miles – the distance from London …
itec 19th May 2016
Congratulations on completing the Level 2 Award in Effective Team Member Skills at Wrexham itec. The group was a pleasure to work with and it was great to see how they worked so effectively together. The group are also very keen to progress onto further courses to extend their learning. Geraint and Sarah would like to wish you all the best and well done again on achieving the qualification.