Cardiff and Vale College

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Cardiff and Vale College
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City Centre Campus
Native name Coleg Caerdydd a'r Fro
Established September 2011 (2011-09)
Principal and Chief Executive Mike James
Deputy Principal Kay Martin
Chair Geraint Evans
Location Cardiff and Barry
Wales
Students 20,000
Gender coeducational

Cardiff and Vale College abbreviated to CAVC (Welsh: Coleg Caerdydd a'r Fro), is a mixed-sex education Further Education college in Wales which was formed in September 2011 by the merger of Barry College and Coleg Glan Hafren. The merger was a result of the Welsh Assembly Government encouraging colleges in Wales to collaborate so that it could maximise benefits for students.[1]

Cardiff and Vale College (or Coleg Caerdydd a’r Fro) is now one of the largest colleges in Wales.[2] The College took control of the Cardiff International Sports Stadium from July 2015 on a peppercorn rent to Cardiff Council.[3]

College sites in Cardiff and Barry
The main building of the City Centre Campus 
Automotive Training Centre 
Construction Training Centre 
Building Services Centre [Dumballs Road 2] 
The Parade 
Barry Campus 

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