Ninety young people along with their mentors, parents and guests from the Northern Ireland Executive gathered at the South West College (SWC) CREST Centre in Enniskillen on Thursday 23rd May for the Youthscape Celebration of Success event. The event highlighted the progress and aspirations of the participants who completed the 28 week programme.
The South West College (SWC) End of Year Art Exhibition was launched Friday past at Waterways Ireland and features a number of unique and stimulating pieces.
On Wednesday 8th May, South West College’s catering department welcomed past students and a past tutor of the Omagh College, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the class’s graduation.
Financial advice service, Heracles Foundation Limited served up some free financial information and guidance to students at South West College (SWC) Dungannon through ‘Project FISH’ - which aims to help ensure that future generations are financially aware to stay credit worthy and to avoid the pitfalls of loans and mortgages.
Equestrian athlete and South West College STEP student, Lee Mitchell from Omagh will represent Team Ireland at the 2019 Special Olympics World Summer Games in Abu Dhabi from 14th-21st March.
Representatives from industry and academia addressed a range of issues affecting businesses of all sizes and complexities across Northern Ireland when considering a move to a Circular Economy or sustainable business practices at the recent Circular Economy conference at South West College (SWC).
Participants of the Youthscape programme at South West College (SWC) will be putting themselves in the shoes of homeless people by participating in a 12-hour sit-out at the Omagh Campus, this Thursday 20th September from 10am-10pm.
The European Parliament in Brussels was the final destination for the all-female team of ambassadors on the Miss STEM Europe project, who were tasked with the mission of influencing policy-makers and to raise awareness about the need to encourage more females into Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) study and careers.
During May South West College (SWC) Dungannon hosted Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) for a second year running to carry out FREE heart screening for young people aged between 14-35 years of age.
South West College (SWC) recently hosted the ‘Future Technologies in the Construction Industry’ conference, which brought together key thinkers from within the construction industry to explore emerging technologies to enhance construction productivity, profits and safety.