Welsh Language

Welsh Language (Wales) Measure 2011

The Welsh Language (Wales) Measure 2011 replaced the Welsh Language Act 1993 and as part of the new legislation, the Welsh language must be treated no less favourable than the English language.

As a public body we are no longer required to develop and review a Welsh Language Scheme and must now comply with a set of Welsh Language Standards.

Our compliance notice and the standards we have a duty to comply with can be downloaded here:

Welsh document

English document

Our commitment to compliance

We are committed to ensuring we provide Welsh language staff, students and visitors with equitable access to services and experiences at Bridgend College.

You can read more about our commitment to ensuring compliance with the Welsh Language Standards here:

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Could we do better?

We will endeavour to comply with our standards entirely and to provide a comprehensive service to anyone choosing to communicate with us or access our services through the medium of Welsh.

It is important that you let us know if you feel that we have not been able to provide you with the Welsh service that you would expect, as set out within the standards, so that we can take steps to put things right.

You can find out more about how we deal with any complaint relating to Welsh language standards and compliance here:

Complaints procedure – Welsh Document

Complaints procedure – English Document