To coincide with World Mental Health Day, 10th October 2019, South West College (SWC) launched a number of new health and well-being initiatives including; SWC Mental Health First Aiders (MHFA) and an online Mental Health Awareness Module and Toolkit of Resources.
The South West College (SWC) Catering Department has concluded a new pilot course – ‘Sustainability in Catering’ – designed to support both the educational and behavioural change in regards to local food and sustainability through the Food for Thought Project.
South West College have today, Monday 16th September, announced a significant new partnership with The Open University, launching three new degree and top-up degree courses. These new degree courses will complement the college’s existing curriculum and are approved as; a BSc (Hons.) in Sport and Exercise, a BSc (Hons.) in Engineering, and a BSc (Hons.) in Construction Engineering and Management.
The IDEA Centre at South West College in Omagh recently hosted an introduction to IP seminar – ‘Intellectual Property: What’s it all about?’ which offered attendees the chance to hear from industry experts and local entrepreneurs navigating the Intellectual Property (IP) process.
This year has seen the launch of the exciting and extremely rewarding Intergenerational Café at South West College (SWC) – a new social space for the exchange of skills and traditions to help bridge the gap between generations in the local community.
The South West College (SWC) STEM Centre and Dungannon Primary School have officially opened the Sensory Garden at the School – a flourishing result of the GardenstoGrow project. The project aimed to strengthen the co-operation between Dungannon Primary school and the STEM Centre to support the development of horticultural educational workshops for early childhood education and to promote social inclusion.
The South West College (SWC) Enniskillen Campus recently hosted the fourth annual Northern Ireland Creative Hi-tech Expo (NICHE 4), which brought together 3D artists, illustrators and photographers for a celebration of digital creativity and innovation.
Studying beauty therapy can be the first step to a career in an ever growing and fast developing industry, which shows no signs of slowing down. It is also an industry with an endless stream of opportunities to work for a salon or to be the boss of your own business.
Higher National Diploma/Certificate (HND/C) and Level 3 Graphic Design and Photography students have opened their end-of-year exhibition - ‘A Critical Eye’ - at Hill of The O’Neill Ranfurly House, Dungannon.
Rebecca Hood, an ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) student working for McElholm & Co Chartered Accountants in Omagh has achieved national and global success in the latest ACCA exam sessions.