Mr Dafydd Morse
After graduating from Aberystwyth in 1988 and undertaking the PGCE course in 1990, I started working as a Welsh teacher and head of Drama at Ysgol Penweddig, Aberystwyth. I was there until 2002 when I decided to leave the world of education and work in the community development sector. I worked for the Curiad Caron Cyf. company at Tregaron for two and a half years prior to working for Menter Iaith Bro Teifi in Newcastle Emlyn for a further two years. I have worked in the Welsh for Adults Centre since 2007, where I have responsibility for the provision of Welsh in the Workplace and Welsh for the Family. I also teach Welsh to a class of University staff on Penglais campus.
I am married with three children and we live in the world's hub - Llangeitho.
Biking, running, swimming, Triathlon, rugby (watching only by now!), Karate. I have also started a bit of gardening with varying results!
I have examined Entry, Foundation and Intermediate Courses for WJEC.Quality Assurance Experience:
I am a member of the Centre's Welsh for Adults tutor observation team, and also a member of the Monitoring Committee of the national course, Welsh for the Family. I contribute towards drawing up the Welsh for Adults Centre Self-Assessment Report.
I am a Welsh for Adults Centre representative on the National Working Group for Welsh for the Family and the National Working Group for Welsh in the Workplace. In addition, I am Secretary of the National Working Group for Informal TeachingConference Presentations:A Presentation on Informal Teaching at the National Welsh for Adults Conference 2008
Provision of Welsh in the Workplace and Welsh for the Family