Learn Welsh with us
We offer a wide range of courses across Cardiff. From courses for complete beginners, to courses for fluent Welsh speakers who would like to improve their Welsh. There are several options available: 50% in the classroom and 50% online, weekly courses, intensive courses, two week courses, and many more.
We offer opportunities throughout the year for learners to practise their Welsh outside the classroom, such as Saturday Courses, Reading Clubs, Coffee and a Chat and a variety of other activities.
Come and join a course and we will make every effort to support you on your journey to learn Welsh. Please don't hesitate to contact us if you need advice: 029 2087 4710 firstname.lastname@example.org
Click on your level to enrol on the course above.
|Saturday 25 November 2017
|Closing Date: Friday 17 November|
Reading is a great opportunity to practise your reading, pronunciation and written skills as well as expanding your vocabulary. There’s also reading books for all levels including Entry level. Please click on the relevant code to enrol:
|Mynediad (Entry)||Prifysgol Caerdydd||Wed||17.45 - 18.45||
08/11/17 - 24/01/18
|Mynediad (Entry)||Chapter||Mon||17.45 - 18.45||
06/11/17 - 22/01/18
|Mynediad (Entry)||Insole Court||Tue||17.45 - 18.45||
07/11/17 - 23/01/18
|Sylfaen (Foundation)||Prifysgol Caerdydd||Thur||17.45 - 18.45||09/11/17 - 25/01/18||£25||DARS11|
|Sylfaen (Foundation)||Chapter||Mon||17.45 - 18.45||06/11/17 - 22/01/18||£25||DARS21|
|Canolradd (Intermediate)||Prifysgol Caerdydd||Mon||17.45 - 18.45||06/11/17 - 22/01/18||£25||DARC21|
|Canolradd (Intermediate)||Prifysgol Caerdydd||Thur||11.30 - 12.30||09/11/17 - 25/01/18||£25||DARC31|
|Canolradd (Intermediate)||Ysgol Gynradd Melin Gruffydd||Mon||17.45 - 18.45||06/11/17 - 22/01/18||£25||DARC11|
|Prifysgol Caerdydd||Tue||17.45 - 18.45||07/11/17 - 23/01/18||£25||DARU11|
|Uwch (Advanced)||Prifysgol Caerdydd||Mon||17.45 - 18.45||06/11/17 - 22/01/18||£25||DARU21|
My wife speaks Welsh and we have 2 young boys and it would be great to be able to speak to them in Welsh and help them with their homework.Martin Kitchener