Arfon Dwyfor Training Ltd – Providers of Vocational Training
ADT was established in 1983 and has grown to be one of the leading vocational training providers in Wales. In collaboration with the Welsh Government we have developed strong and lasting working relationships with small, medium and large employers to provide quality training and assessment towards Foundation Apprenticeships, Apprenticeships and Higher Apprenticeships for employees in the workplace. Over the years we have built up a strong track record for maximising learner achievements and our apprenticeship attainment levels are among the highest in Wales. Our range of operation extends throughout the principality. We recognise the importance and use of the Welsh language and support and promote its use as appropriate to the communities we serve.
To promote lifelong learning, responding to diversity and provide first-class bilingual opportunities for all our learners to fulfill their potential through continual development of our people.
Our Vision is that: Year after year, ADT and its people will be acknowledged as the best and the most sought after bilingual providers of vocational training in Wales.
ADT will be at the POD, Market Square, Holyhead on Friday 2nd December 2016. This is your chance to drop in, meet us and ask any questions you may have about Jobs Growth Wales and how it can help your business.read more
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We currently have spaces available for anyone who wants to complete a NVQ (QCF) course levels 2, 3 and 5 in childcare and levels 2 and 3 in Support Teaching and Learning for classroom assistants. These courses are offered for free, with funding from the Welsh...read more
The photo competition winners recently visited ADT to be presented with their winners' cheques.read more