Dr Mikel Mellick, a Psychologist from Cardiff Metropolitan University, is working with leaders within national sporting body Sport Wales to upskill staff on management of mental health issues in sport.
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Published poet and Cardiff Met Creative Writing lecturer Christina Thatcher has led lively reading, writing and reciting sessions with primary learners at Llanishen Library.
Four Fine Art students from Cardiff Met’s Cardiff School of Art and Design have been selected to create a graffiti-style mural, which will frame one of this year’s competition gardens at this weekend’s prestigious RHS Flower Show Cardiff.
Finalists have been named for the prestigious Institute of Directors Wales Director of the Year Awards. The awards, which celebrate the best of Welsh businesses and leadership, will be held on Friday, May 17th and are sponsored by Cardiff Business School.
A factory worker from Hereford has vowed to take early retirement and sample the ‘high life’ after he discovered he was the sole winner of last Friday’s £71,057,439 EuroMillions Jackpot.
On Friday 1 March ACCA Cymru Wales held its annual St David’s Day Breakfast at the Hilton Hotel in Cardiff, alongside CMI Cymru Wales.
The Only Kids Aloud Chorus relaunches with open and free auditions running next month, thanks to extended funding from The Hodge Foundation.
The OKA Chorus was initially launched in 2011 to support and reinvigorate the Welsh choral tradition and effect real change in the lives of young people from areas of social deprivation.
As pressure grows to address auditing standards challenges to the audits of smaller and less-complex entities, ACCA’s (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) Thinking Small First report reveals alternative ways to tackle the issue, without compromising on audit rigour.
Cardiff Metropolitan University in partnership with Cardiff Met Students’ Union has launched a #CampusCanines initiative to help students tackle homesickness for their dogs and to promote well-being and community fun.
A new report from ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) examines the role of emotional intelligence in developing the accountancy profession needed for a fast-evolving digital age.