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.
Prospective students and parents are invited to attend the official opening of South West College’s brand new state of the art motor vehicle workshop on the Gortin Road, Omagh on Tuesday 22 June from 11am-4pm. The event will be on-site and operate in accordance with COVID protocols. Booking is essential via the College website at www.swc.ac.uk/motorvehicleopening.
South West College (SWC) is launching three fully funded Higher Education Scholarships for full-time study, open to applications from pupils at local feeder schools.
Fermanagh and Omagh District Council
and South West College are working in partnership to undertake the restoration of the Enniskillen Workhouse. The project has gained new momentum as bursary holders have enjoyed their first opportunity to work on the site.
South West Colleges Dungannon Campus is preparing to host a Get Transporting event on Saturday 12th June 10am – 12noon.
If you are interested in a career in the sector come along and meet employers who currently have vacancies for diverse roles such as Picking, Packing, Driving, Despatching, roles in legal and compliance, become a manager and direct these operations in many sectors not just Transport.
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.
QMAC Construction Ltd, has been awarded a £2.2m contract for the conservation and restoration of Enniskillen Workhouse Entrance Block, a historically significant Grade B2 Listed Building.