Find your level

Are you a beginner or do you already speak some Welsh?  Perhaps you went to a Welsh-medium school but haven’t spoken the language in a while and want to practise. Whatever your level, there’s a course for you.  Welsh courses are available at five levels - please see summary below.  More detailed information is available here

<h3>Mynediad (Entry)</h3>
<p>Courses for beginners, where the emphasis is on conversational Welsh.  </p>

Mynediad (Entry)

Courses for beginners, where the emphasis is on conversational Welsh.  

<h3>Sylfaen (Foundation)</h3>
<p>Students are able to expand their speaking skills.</p>

Sylfaen (Foundation)

Students are able to expand their speaking skills.

<h3>Canolradd (Intermediate)</h3>
<p>More writing, reading and listening is introduced – but the emphasis is still on speaking the language. </p>

Canolradd (Intermediate)

More writing, reading and listening is introduced – but the emphasis is still on speaking the language. 

<h3>Uwch (Advanced)</h3>
<p>Courses help students strengthen their written skills but mainly concentrate on enhancing speaking skills.</p>

Uwch (Advanced)

Courses help students strengthen their written skills but mainly concentrate on enhancing speaking skills.

<h3>Hyfedredd (Proficiency)</h3>
<p>For experienced learners as well as fluent speakers who want to improve their skills.</p>

Hyfedredd (Proficiency)

For experienced learners as well as fluent speakers who want to improve their skills.

Welsh for the Family courses support parents with children in Welsh-medium schools.

Work Welsh courses are available in workplaces across Wales. Click here for more information.

If you’re a teacher, you may be eligible for a Welsh In Education course. Click here for more information.