College and Cultural Centre Help Break Down Barriers to Boost Global Trade

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College and Cultural Centre Help Break Down Barriers to Boost Global Trade


Byline: Larry Neild Deputy Business Editor

A NORTH Wales company and Connah's Quay based Deeside College of Further Education will today receive coveted awards.

National Assembly First Minister Rhodri Morgan is to present awards to two Welsh companies and a college that have successfully broken down language and cultural barriers to boost global trade.

The trio has been given extra cause to celebrate European Year of Languages after being judged the Welsh regional winners of the prestigious National Languages for Export awards. They now go on to represent Wales in the UK finals in November.

Deeside College of Further Education, Connah's Quay won the education award and the Castilla Hispanic Cultural Centre in Colwyn Bay won the small companies award with ChandlerKBS of Cardiff the medium size company winner.

They will be receiving their awards from the First Minister at International Trade Showcase 2001 at the Vale of Glamorgan Hotel and Country Club, near Cardiff. This major event for Welsh exporters is organised by WalesTrade International.

The Welsh awards were organised on behalf of Trade Partners UK by The Export Association, a unique organisation run by exporters for exporters, with offices in Welshpool, Treforest and Haverfordwest.

Deeside College has won The Whitehead Mann Award for adult, further or higher educational institutions after making a series of training films in French, German and Spanish for the Wales Digital College to help exporters across Wales.

The films, which were entirely produced by a team of 50 staff at Deeside College, have been broadcast on S4C Digital's Learning Zone, developed into self study courses on the internet and converted into a CD language learning package for local companies, which has been warmly welcomed. …

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