South West College (SWC) is set to welcome prospective students and their parents to an exciting range of Virtual Open Days for Full-Time and Apprenticeship courses starting in September. The Virtual Open days will take the format of interactive online webinars with a live Q+A function and will be hosted live on You Tube Premiere. Students are encouraged to pre-register for the events from the 12 January 2021 and should log on to the Colleges website at www.swc.ac.uk to pre-register and attend the virtual events.
The new Manufacturing Support Programme launched at South West College (SWC) Dungannon on Friday 22nd November. The initiative has been developed by SWC in conjunction with manufacturing companies from the Fermanagh Omagh
and Mid Ulster District Council
Over 120 early years practitioners, educators and policy-makers from across the south west region attended the 6th annual Early Years Conference at South West College (SWC), Omagh, Friday 15th November.
The Dungannon Campus of South West College will be the venue for on Friday 22ndNovember for the launch of the Manufacturing Support Programme. This initiative has been developed by South West College in conjunction with manufacturing companies from the Fermanagh Omagh and Mid Ulster District Council areas, to address skills shortages in the region.
The brand new ‘Mind Me at SWC’ Health and wellbeing hub has just launched at the Technology and Skills Centre in Enniskillen. The Hub follows on from a number of new health and well-being initiatives, recently launched across SWC including ‘Mental Health First Aiders’ and an online ‘Mental Health Awareness Module and Toolkit of Resources.’
Over 300 lecturing staff came together at SWC Dungannon on Monday for the annual SWC Curriculum Conference - ‘It’s good to talk; it’s good to listen’.
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.
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.
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.