Congratulations! You have reached week 11 of e-Tutorial.!
Check out all the tutorial notices for this week below.
If you have not already done so, make sure your check out “My Progress”, and see if you are completely up to date.
This weeks e-Tutorial focuses on Healthy Relationships. We will be looking at Healthy Vs Unhealthy Relationships, Consent, Sexual Harassment, and we are asking you what you want to know about Sex, Sex Education and Healthy Relationships.
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Tutorial Notices: Week Commencing – 21st November 2021
This week is Wales Climate Week
Wellbeing have organised for some Webinars to be streamed in the Auditorium in STEAM. There are few talks week this week that have been organised by Lyn Evans.
Sustainable shop The Station are also on campus to talk about their business!
Add these to your calendar, and pop along to learn more.
Monday 22nd November – Climate Week Webinar 1 – 11:30am – 12:30pm – Auditorium
Wednesday 24th November – Climate Week Webinar 2 – 10:00am – 11:30am – Auditorium
Thursday 25th November – Climate Week Webinar 3 – 10:00am – 12:30pm – Auditorium
Monday 22nd November – Rob Parry INCC
12:30pm – Success Centre Pencoed
Thursday 25th November – Lyn Evans – 12:30pm – Carbon Capture and Biodiversity – Success Centre Pencoed
Thursday 25th November – The Station – Stall in Steam – 1pm – 2pm – Talking about their business – STEAM
Friday 26th November – Rob Parry INCC
12:30pm – Success Centre Pencoed
You can also join in with COPCymru 2021, which is taking place online, with a full 5 day programme of events. Find out more at:
In preparation for World AIDS Day, the Terrence Higgins Trust are holding a virtual session via Zoom as part of their new project ‘Positive Voices. During the session, you will hear directly from people living with HIV. They will share their stories and experiences to help raise awareness, challenge stigma, and combat misconceptions about living with HIV.
We encourage as many students and staff to join as this is a really important message. The session will last one hour.
Date / Time: 29th of November 9am-10am
Zoom joining instructions:
Link: Click Here
Meeting ID: 939 1443 6155
OR as a reminder, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org and we will add you to the Google calendar which will include the Zoom joining information for staff and students.
You can collect Free condoms from the Wellbeing Team at Bridgend College.
Pop into the Wellbeing Hubs at
Upstairs – A Block: Bridgend Campus
Green Door – Old House : Pencoed Campus
12 – 2 pm every day.
THE HIVE! OPEN NOW
Welcome to The Hive!
We are located just off the Bridgend, Cowbridge Road, reception area.
Ask at the reception desk and they will point you in the right direction.
We will be open on Monday: 9.30am-11.30am for you to collect what you need to help you while you are studying at college.
We are open on Wednesday: 1.30pm-2.30pm when you can donate items you thinK other learners might need to help them while they are studying at college.
Pop along and join the “buzz” of recycling and reusing.
Latest Stock includes:
Variety of baby clothes
Scientific Calculators, protractors, rubbers & rulers
Lever arch & A4 folders (lots of them)
For all information relating to COVID-19 please visit : www.bridgend.ac.uk/coronavirus
If you test positive for the virus, it is important that you let us know as soon as possible by completing our notification form: www.bridgend.ac.uk/covidnotification
Collect Coronavirus Testing (Lateral Flow Devices) at Reception
To help keep yourself and others safe, we encourage all students and staff to take a Lateral Flow Test twice a week and report the results. Collect your free test devices from reception.
If you require any testing kits, these can be picked up from reception areas at our Cowbridge Road, Queens Road and Pencoed Campuses. Testing kits can also be collected, free of charge, from local community pharmacies.
Be Safe – Be Respectful
Lateral Flow Tests should be taken at home, or in a safe suitable environment not at College.
You must then dispose of your test safely:
If the test is positive or negative, place it in the bag provided within the kit and secure the press seal. This is now ready to go in your general (Black Bag) waste bin.
DO NOT try to dispose of test kits with any of your recycling waste streams, as it will not be accepted.
Are you up-to-date?
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This year, it is easier than ever to complete e-Tutorial.
Simply use any internet enabled device, and continue your learning.