Here at Coleg Cambria, the aim of the TRAC project is to reduce the number of young people aged 16-18 at highest risk of becoming NEET (Not in Education, Employment, or Training). 

If you are aged 16-18 at the time of enrolment and studying a full-time further education course, you may be eligible for additional support from a member of our TRAC Team. 

You can either self-refer by email here or speak with your tutors for assistance. Our TRAC Team Leader will action all referrals and communicate if you are eligible, whilst identifying your TRAC Advisor. 

121 support sessions are normally held either: face to face or via Google hangouts. Sessions aim to support students to identify their needs, personal goals and empower them to succeed. 

TRAC Advisors can provide support to assist individual needs. 

Such as;

  • Concerns for emotional wellbeing 
  • Worries around education or progression
  • Social or transport anxieties 
  • Behavioural support 
  • Attendance concerns 
  • Support around other issues (which can be discussed).  


Where do we work from? The TRAC team work within Student Services Hubs 

Who are the TRAC Team?


Hannah Dovey – TRAC Team Leader 

Email Hannah to start the referral process or for additional information


TRAC Advisors at Deeside and Northop

Anna Walker  Email Anna   
Casey Watkins Email Casey

Phone: 01978 26 7129


TRAC Advisors at Yale and Bersham Road

Robert Jones   Email Robert
Margaret Roberts  Email Margaret
Sherrie Griffiths Email Sherrie

Phone: 01978 26 7980

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