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
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.
To celebrate the Chinese New Year 2019 – Year of the Pig - 240 pupils representing six schools across Co Tyrone participated in the Chinese New Year celebrations at our Dungannon campus.
South West College signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Wuxi Vocational and Technical Higher Diploma School of Automotive Engineering as part of its growing international education strategy on Wednesday 16th January, at its Omagh Campus.
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).
South West College (SWC) apprentices were among the UK’s most talented young tradeswomen and tradesmen and skilled professional at last weekend’s climax of WorldSkills UK in Birmingham.
South West College civil engineering student Matilda May Beattie has received a top accolade at the recent annual 2018 Plant & Civil Engineer magazine Awards.
Northern Ireland businesses can boost their competitiveness and unlock their full potential by linking with local Further Education (FE) colleges.
South West College (SWC) electrical apprentice, David McHugh has been named among the eight competitors who will compete in the 2018 SkillELECTRIC UK final, following a series of challenging regional heats earlier this year.
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.