A new Cyber and Coding Summer Camp will take place across South West College campuses this summer, from 28th June – 2ndJuly, 9:30am – 3:30pm daily. The one-week camp is free, takes place in Dungannon, Omagh and Enniskillen, and is now open for enrolments.
Fionan Devenney from Drumquin gained the confidence and ‘skills to succeed’ at South West College (SWC) thanks to the NI Apprenticeship Programme
, which offered tailored support that helped him grow, achieve and reach his career goals.
Vocational training has had a long history in the education system in Northern Ireland, helping individuals to gain the skills and knowledge needed for a successful career. For anyone considering a career in motor vehicle, female apprentice Shanice Murray, from Killyclogher, is a great example.
Stuart Graham, who started his own business in 2016, just three months after completing his apprenticeship in Electrical Installation
with South West College (SWC), says the education he received through apprenticeships has been a central part of his career success.
Matthew Logue from Omagh has benefited from a vocational apprenticeship in Auto and Electrics at South West College (SWC) as it offered him a unique opportunity to work, earn and learn from day one, allowing him to pursue further education and accomplish his career goals.