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Rachel Jones

Hi, I’m Rachel Jones of A470 Training Ltd. and I’m a freelance training consultant. I specialise in food hygiene, health and safety and licensing qualifications for hospitality businesses, voluntary and community groups, care sector workers, and many other small businesses. I also deliver personal development training, particularly aimed at women. Most of my clients are SMEs and micro-businesses who need low cost, no-nonsense training and recognised qualifications that will help them meet their legal obligations and move their business forward. I’m based in Trawsfynydd in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park and cover Wales, Cheshire, the Welsh borders and beyond.

A470 Training Ltd
Richard Speight

Richard Speight is a Tutor, Assessor, Project Manager & Learning Technologist. He is owner & Director of Hyfforddiant RDS Training Cyf, a start-up digital training company and learning design consultancy specialing in the use of learning technology in workplaces and communities - particularly using Mozilla Open Badges to recognise achievement and running DigiSkills Cymru branded workshops.Richard previosuly managed DigiSkills Cymru as a lifelong learning project for UNISON from 2013-2017.

Hyfforddiant RDS Training Cyf
Tudur Evans

We provide community education - including community development - and workplace education. We deliver this work through a local branch structure and partnership working with community and voluntary organisations, representative organisations in the workplace, and other providers, including the voluntary sector, local authorities, further education colleges, and universities. We focus particularly on offering a wide provision of opportunity regardless of age, engaging with all communities, particularly those experiencing disadvantage, to meet their needs by negotiation.

Adult Learning Wales
Yasmin Rayner

We provide community education - including community development - and workplace education. We deliver this work through a local branch structure and partnership working with community and voluntary organisations, representative organisations in the workplace, and other providers, including the voluntary sector, local authorities, further education colleges, and universities. We focus particularly on offering a wide provision of opportunity regardless of age, engaging with all communities, particularly those experiencing disadvantage, to meet their needs by negotiation.

Adult Learning Wales

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