The National Centre for Learning Welsh is responsible for the Learn Welsh for adults sector. The Centre works with 11 local course providers, which hold classes on its behalf in communities across Wales.
Want to learn Welsh, but unsure of how to do so during this time?
Due to the public health situation, most courses are currently being held in virtual classrooms. This means learning with classmates and a tutor, using digital platforms such as Zoom, Teams or Skype on a computer.
Digital resources are also available.
How do I get started?
A new series of courses are beginning in September. Click here for the course finder.
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
How about a chat?
'Siarad', the scheme that pairs Welsh speakers with learners at Intermediate + level, is available. Pairs are using Skype, Zoom, the phone or other digital means to keep in touch.
As guidelines change, pairs are beginning to meet outside too.
How can I practise and enjoy speaking Welsh?
There are lots of ideas on this page about how you can enjoy using and practising your Welsh outside the classroom.