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Equality, Diversity and Inclusion.


Our ambition at Coleg Sir Gar / Coleg Ceredigion is to create an inclusive place to work and study, one that is characterised by Unity between all of our community. Where there is a sense of equity, diversity, and a sense of belonging between all of our stakeholders.

A diverse group of 5 students sitting while looking at smartphones and laughing
Group of three students, one of which is sitting in a wheelchair looking at the same book

We are committed to creating an environment where diversity is celebrated and everyone is treated fairly, regardless of gender, gender identity, disability, ethnicity, religion or belief, sexual orientation, marital or transgender status, age, or nationality.

We are committed to providing a trans-inclusive environment for all our staff, students, partners and visitors, which supports trans, non-binary and people with other identities. We will achieve this through continually reviewing our policies and the guidance and training we provide.

2022 - 2027

Strategic Equality Action Plan


Disability Confident

We have been awarded the Disability Confident Employer symbol by Jobcentre Plus.

This status identifies those employers who have agreed to take a set of actions around the recruitment, retention, and career development of disabled people and those with health conditions.

Time to Change

We signed the Time to Change pledge in January’23 after completing our self assessment and action, signalling our commitment to helping raise awareness and to tackle the stigma around mental health for our staff and students.

Time to Change is a Welsh government-supported programme to challenge mental health stigma and discrimination.

As part of the pledge, we have created an action plan that includes a campaign to raise awareness for staff and students, and training for line managers and frontline staff.

Black Leadership Group FE

The Black Leadership Group FE exists to challenge systemic racism for the benefit of all Black communities and the wider UK society as a whole, to be the authoritative voice of Anti-racism in F/HE, schools, public, voluntary, and private sectors, and to further the interests of people from ethnically diverse backgrounds who share a lived experience of the effects of racism.

In affiliation with the Black Leadership Group FE  we have completed a self-assessment and an Anti Racist Action Plan in signalling our commitment to being an anti-racist college for all of our community.

Race Equality.

At Coleg Sir Gar / Coleg Ceredigion, we value and celebrate the racial and ethnic diversity within our community and are committed to being an anti-racist institution.

Our goal is to promote equitable opportunities and outcomes for all our staff and students, and we have a zero tolerance for racism and discrimination of any kind.

We are focusing heavily on being a truly anti-racist organisation, and are affiliated as part of the Black Leadership Group who are supporting us along with all other FEIs in Wales in developing their Anti Racism Action Plan.

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Get in Touch

Graig Campus
Sandy Road
SA15 4DN
01554 748000
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Coleg Sir Gar is a company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales No. 08539630 and is a registered charity No. 1152522. 
The registered office is at The Graig Campus, Sandy Road, Pwll, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, SA15 4DN