We are very pleased to announce that Coleg y Cymoedd, one of Wales largest further education providers are stage sponsor at this years Womenspire 2017.
Q1. Who are you?
Coleg y Cymoedd is medium sized with a turnover of around £39m and it serves the communities of two local authorities, Caerphilly and Rhondda Cynon Taf in the South Wales central valleys. The college was created in August 2013, following a merger of two neighbouring colleges.
Q2. Why are you supporting the awards? Why does gender equality matter to you?
Coleg y Cymoedd aims to provide a positive and inclusive learning and working environment, ensuring that learners, staff and visitors embrace equality and diversity as an essential part of how we operate, embedding this way of working in everything we do. We recognise how the benefits of a diverse population of learners and staff enriches the life of the College and enhances the educational opportunities we offer.
Q3. What is the link with Chwarae Teg? Supporter, friend, etc?
The college has done considerable work on the development of our suite of family leave policies and flexible working with the support of Chwarae Teg. We are delighted to support the Womenspire 2017 awards.
Womenspire 2017 is set to be a fantastic evening that celebrates women and businesses from across Wales who are driving forward change for a more equal Wales.
We are delighted to have the support of Coleg y Cymoedd as our stage sponsor and look forward to celebrating with them at Wales Millennium Centre on 21st June 2017.
Tickets for the event are available here: https://www.wmc.org.uk/Productions/2017-2018/DonaldGordonTheatre/356906/?lang=en