Using Language at Work (Welsh) Pathways
- Awarding the current specification for the last time in summer 2020
- Teaching the new specification from September 2019
- Introduce the work and award for the first time Summer 2020 - new specification
'Yr Iaith ar Waith' or 'Using Language at Work' is a qualification that allows students to use their Welsh and to develop their bilingual skills within the workplace.
All course materials are available on our related documents page.
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About This Qualification
The qualification is available at Entry 3, Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3, and includes three units worth two credits each on every level. These units are internally assessed and externally moderated.
This vocational qualification is intended for Welsh speakers or learners who use the Welsh language to offer customer service professionally in the workplace. The aim is for students to use Welsh naturally and confidently when dealing with customers.
By following this qualification, students will be made aware of why using Welsh with customers is important in Wales today, and what language register is appropriate to use in different situations. They will also be able to deal effectively with customers through the medium of Welsh, and be able to react to various situations within the workplace.
|1 October||Entry deadline|
|30 November||Entry amendment deadline|
|12 December||Sample submission deadline|
|21 February||Entry deadline|
|30 April||Entry amendment deadline|
|4 May||Sample submission deadline|
Samples of work should be submitted to:
245 Western Avenue
Deadline: 12 December (January series) / 4 May (June series).
Get In Touch
Subject Associate Welsh OfficerAmanda Griffiths
029 2026 5480
Subject Support OfficerNia Morgan
029 2026 5192