Information for Learners
Llawlyfr y Dysgwr 2020-21
Students's Handbook 2020-21
See our response to your comments on how to improve our provision (Sept 2019).
Practise makes perfect! Here we list regular events and meetings where you can practise your Welsh in informal settings.
How to pay for your course?
You must enrol and pay in advance online at learnwelsh.cymru - you will have to login to your current Learn Welsh account, or create a new
account by using your email address. Should you not wish to register on-line by using your email, you can request a hard copy of the enrolment form. This year, you must pay for the whole year at the start (no term-by-term payment). If you are unable to pay the annual fee at once, you can ask our Learn Welsh Team for special terms.
A concessionary fee is available to students, to pensioners who claim pension credits and to those who claim certain benefits, e.g. disability benefits, the unemployed, carers, and those who receive tax credits. To claim these concessionary rates and for full eligibility criteria, you must contact our Learn Welsh Team (evidence of eligibility must be provided). Should you wish to attend more than one weekly course, you can claim a 50% discount on the cheapest course.
If the course provider cancels a class, a full refund will be given. If the learner does not attend the first class, 80% of the fee will be refunded. If the learner stops attending a class during the first 4 weeks, 50% of the course fee will be refunded. If the learner decides to pull out of the course after the first 4 weeks, no refund will be given.
WJEC Exam details
2021 Exam dates to be confirmed soon.
Books and resources for Welsh learners
- Ap Geiriaduron Ap which contains the Cysgair general dictionary, as well as the standardised terminology dictionaries for schools and further education colleges in Wales
- Learning Welsh App - Say Something in Welsh
- learn-welsh.net Free on-line resource for the beginners
- parallel.cymru Bilingual on-line magazine