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Ymateb i gyhoeddiad Llywodraeth Cymru ynglyn ag adolygiad addysg a hyfforddiant ôl-orfodol

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Wrth ymateb i ddatganiad Llywodraeth Cymru ar ei bwriad i adolygu addysg a hyfforddiant ôl-orfodol yng Nghymru, meddai Llywydd UCM Cymru, Beth Button:

“Mae myfyrwyr yn mynnu i'r system Gymreig fod yn gynaliadwy, yn sefydlog ac yn gredadwy - a dylid croesawu unrhyw symud at sector fwy cyfundrefol sydd â mwy o gydweithredu ymysg pob math o addysg ôl-16.

“Serch hynny, mae rhaid i'r llywodraeth sicrhau bod canolbwynt a diben i unrhyw weithred i ail-archwilio'r system sy'n dwyn budd i fyfyrwyr na chaiff ei wneud eisoes.

“Mae myfyrwyr Cymreig wedi buddsoddi'n sylweddol i'r adolygiad parhaus, annibynnol o drefniadau cyllido addysg uwch [Adolygiad Diamond] i sicrhau bod materion myfyrwyr yng nghraidd ei waith.

“Rhaid i'r llywodraeth sicrhau na fydd unrhyw broses adolygu ychwanegol yn ail-wneud na thanseilio'r gwaith cynhwysfawr sydd wedi'i bennu iddo.

“Mae'r adolygiad hwn, gydag Etholiadau pwysig y Cynulliad Cenedlaethol y flwyddyn nesaf, yn rhoi cyfle i Lywodraeth Cymru osod cyfeiriad a diben clir ar gyfer darpariaeth addysg yng Nghymru sydd ag anghenion myfyrwyr yn graidd iddi ac sy'n sicrhau na chaiff myfyrwyr eu hanwybyddu yn yr adolygiadau sy'n mynd rhagddynt.

“Fel arall, mae'r system Gymreig mewn peryg o greu argraff o fod yn gwneud dim mwy na cheisio rheoli argyfwng yn gyson.”

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