Why our colleges will come out of Covid stronger

‘We’re creating a truly collaborative sector’

Bryony Evett-Hackfort, director of learning, teaching, technology and skills at Coleg Sir Gâr and Coleg Ceredigion:

The trauma, fear and uncertainty of the collective experience that has shaped every day since March 2020 has left a lasting impact that will shape society for years to come. In order to move forward, we have to embrace a collective recovery; we need to put ourselves back together, and taking time to do that is essential.

Part of that process needs to be recognising the positives.

For me, the legacy of this time is the collective experience and

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