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Lyons announces latest Assured Skills Academy in welding at South West College
20
January, 2022
Economy Minister Gordon Lyons today launched the latest Assured Skills Collaborative Welding Academy at South West College, with 12 training places.
  • Aisling McQuaid
  • 20/01/2022 14:05:50
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Enrol now for a part-time course at South West College
17
January, 2022
South West College (SWC) is now enrolling for part-time courses starting in January. Students join a part-time course at SWC each year for a range of vocational, academic and leisure courses to pursue a career goal, for professional development or simply just for fun.
 

 
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  • 17/01/2022 10:24:32
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 Melissa is Programming her Way to Success
05
January, 2022
Melissa Carney from Enniskillen is reinventing her career, studying a Foundation Degree in Cyber Security at the new South West College Erne Campus. Melissa is successfully retraining to acquire the skills needed to pivot towards an exciting career in Cyber Security.  
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  • 05/01/2022 11:03:09
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College Support Makes Emily's Veterinary Career a Reality
05
January, 2022
Having always aspired to become a Vet, Emily Parkes from Dungannon is now making her dream a reality by studying Veterinary Medicine at the University of Nottingham. Initially, Emily did not get the A-Level grades her degree course required, but undeterred by the setback she was able to get back on track, joining South West College’s Applied Science course and achieving a triple distinction star grade. 
 
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  • 05/01/2022 10:06:22
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South West College wins prestigious Green Gown Award
17
December, 2021
The Green Gown Awards UK and Ireland’s virtual Awards Ceremony celebrated the inspirational work of 90 Finalists across 14 categories. 

Awards inspire and empower young people to visualise a better, sustainable future
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  • 17/12/2021 11:00:24
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Dungannon students share climate concerns with Councillors and MLAs as part of SWC's CARE Project
14
December, 2021
Erasmus+ funded project provides a platform for Northern Ireland’s youngest citizens to contribute to the fight against global warming.
 
Year 10 students from St Patrick’s College Dungannon have been working with South West College on the Climate Action in Rural Environments (CARE) project and recently presented findings from their project research to MLAs and members of Mid Ulster District Council. 

 
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  • 14/12/2021 15:29:33
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Bursary Student Tammy Swift Hoping to Inspire People with Enniskillen Workhouse Project
13
December, 2021
The Enniskillen Workhouse Project, a collaborative restoration project between Fermanagh and Omagh District Council (FODC) and South West College (SWC), continues to progress with bursary students working and gaining a wealth of experience on-site.
 
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  • 13/12/2021 09:48:56
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Access Course Leads to Future Career in Physiotherapy  
06
December, 2021
Julien Roubini from Enniskillen is proving it's never too late to turn your career around. After experiencing a few educational setbacks, he courageously returned to education as an adult learner at South West College, accomplishing a BTEC Extended Diploma in Applied Science, paving the way towards his lifelong ambition of joining the Physiotherapy program at the University of Ulster.    
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  • 06/12/2021 10:33:35
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James Carves out a Joinery Business with his Apprenticeship
02
December, 2021
South West College, Level 3 Bench Joinery apprentice James Little from Newmills successfully carved out his own exporting business in the intricate trade of bespoke joinery. Thanks to the apprenticeship pathway at South West College, which provided him with a broad range of high-quality joinery skills and qualifications at a young age. 

Now an experienced craftsman, James describes the apprenticeship route as invaluable and is grateful for all the incredible career opportunities that have come his way. 
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  • 02/12/2021 12:06:00
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Balcas and South West College unveil innovative bench at £30million Erne Campus
29
November, 2021
South West College is inviting staff, students and community members to catch a breath on a tonne of C02 following the installation of a new bench designed and produced by Balcas which has recently been installed on-site at the college’s new £30 million Erne Campus in Enniskillen.
  • Aisling McQuaid
  • 29/11/2021 13:51:10
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