There is no doubt about the importance of Welsh in today’s jobs market. Careers ranging from medicine, dentistry, journalism, teaching, the Civil Service, Government and business can all require knowledge of Welsh.
Welsh is increasingly used as a business language. In the public sector, customer-orientated services must be provided bilingually. This course builds on your knowledge of Welsh from GCSE and provides a solid grounding for further study while simultaneously developing appropriate language skills for the workplace. If you have Welsh language skills and the other candidates trying for a job don’t then you’re already one step ahead.
Minimum grade ‘B’ in Welsh GCSE.
The course comprises 6 units:
Unit 1: Film & Oracy: Group and individual speaking exam
Unit 2: 2000 word project on a topic of your choice, relating to Wales.
Unit 3: The use of language and poetry: Written exam (2 hours)
Unit 4: Drama & Oracy: Group and individual speaking exam
Unit 5: The Welsh Language in Society and Translanguaging: Written exam (2 hours)
Unit 6: The Use of language and the short story: Written exam (2 hours)
Ni Ddychwel Doe
“Yesterday Never Returns”