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.
We are pleased to announce that commencing in Spring 2019 experienced practitioners in the traditional building skills sector can undertake the NVQ Level 3 Heritage Skills (Construction) qualification at the college. This initiative is designed to build capacity in the sector prior to the proposed redevelopment project at the Enniskillen Workhouse
Northern Ireland businesses can boost their competitiveness and unlock their full potential by linking with local Further Education (FE) colleges.
The South West College has achieved unprecedented recent success in the field of civil engineering through the delivery of the first Foundation Degree to be offered in Northern Ireland.
A seven week pre-employment Welding Academy, supported by the Department for the Economy’s Assured Skills programme has commenced at the South West College (SWC), Dungannon Campus.
The first 16 apprentices have today started an all-new course in Interior Systems (Dry Lining).
The training programme which is in partnership with South West College is the first accredited course in the South West Region. Apprentices will gain valuable on-the-job experience whilst studying part time for the industry-leading qualification.
South West College’s Higher Education courses, designed in partnership with employers and universities, are propelling a record number of students towards degree qualifications and brighter career prospects.
School may be out for summer but the learning didn’t stop for a group of curious campers who attended the Creative Computing Summer Camp at the South West College STEM Centre, 27th – 31st July.
Catering students at South West College are on ‘frying’ form thanks to the launch of a new business engagement initiative which aims to tap into local specialist knowledge in the catering industry.
South West College recently launched a new Apprenticeship in Providing Financial Services in a drive to support the development of this economically important sector.
The apprenticeship is fully-funded by the Department for Employment and Learning and has been developed in collaboration with the Financial Skills Partnership, based on the sector needs and specific requirements of local employers.