Learn Welsh courses are available in communities across Wales, during the daytime and evening. You can study for a few hours each week, combine classroom learning with online learning, or learn Welsh intensively. Courses are delivered on behalf of the National Centre for Learning Welsh by the Centre's 11 course providers. A list of providers is available here. Click on your local provider to find more information or search for a course here.
You can also search for residential courses at Nant Gwrtheyrn, a language and culture centre housed in a former slate quarrying village on the northern coast of the Llŷn Peninsular in north west Wales.
Welsh for the Family courses help parents speak Welsh with children younger than seven years of age. Fully-funded Work Welsh courses are available in workplaces across the country.
If you're a teacher, you may be eligible to follow a Welsh in Education course.
The National Centre for Learning Welsh and early years specialists Mudiad Meithrin work in partnership to deliver free Welsh taster courses for families called Clwb Cwtsh. Courses introduce vocabulary and phrases relevant to raising young children and learners are encouraged to speak Welsh with their children from the very beginning. During the course, entertainment is available for young children.
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 - watch the video for an overview. More detailed information is available here or email firstname.lastname@example.org for further assistance.