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- Compliance and reporting
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We recognise the importance of the Welsh language and offer a range of support and resources for students and staff. Students have the rights to letters and forms in Welsh, a Welsh-speaking Personal Tutor, counselling services in Welsh and, depending on the examining body, submit work in Welsh.
College-wide events range from celebrating occasions such as Diwrnod Shwmae, St Dwynwen’s Day and St David’s Day, to Clwb Brecwast and Clwb Cinio – a chance to meet other Welsh-speaking students and staff, or those who are learning the language. There is also the opportunity to gain additional Welsh language qualifications.
If you would like to maintain or develop your Welsh skills, you can speak to your course tutor or contact the Head of Welsh, Carys Swain, at email@example.com.
You can follow @ColegPenybont on Twitter to keep up-to-date on the latest news and information about Welsh activities across the College.
In line with the Welsh Language Standards, we are committed to providing Welsh-speaking staff, students and visitors with equitable access to services and experiences at Bridgend College.
Read more about our commitment to ensuring compliance with the Welsh Language Standards.
We endeavour to comply with the Welsh Language Standards entirely and to provide a comprehensive service to anyone choosing to communicate with us or access our services through the medium of Welsh.
It is important that you let us know if you feel that we have not been able to provide you with the Welsh service that you would expect, as set out within the standards, so that we can take steps to put things right. You can find out more about how we deal with any complaint relating to the Welsh Language Standards and compliance within our Complaints Procedure.