Youthscape – a Peace IV programme helping young people through unpredicted challenges
September, 2021
Youthscape launched in 2018 as a programme to empower 14-24 year olds who are most marginalised in Fermanagh, Tyrone and Donegal.  
The programme was awarded almost €4 million of EU Peace IV funding under the Children and Young People’s strand by the Special EU Programmes Body.  With this funding, South West College, Donegal Youth Service and TIDES Training and Mediation pooled their resources and specialist knowledge to design and create a programme that has seen 635 young people completing so far.
  • Aisling McQuaid
  • 16/09/2021 08:48:10
Way out West at South West College picks up Digital Communication Award in Berlin
October, 2017
The South West College Blog, Way out West, picked up the award in the blog category at the 2017 Digital Communication Awards, which took place in Berlin on Friday 29th September. The blog, which was launched in January 2016 and offers ‘a new voice from within South West College’, saw off competition from companies such as IKEA and IBM to win the prestigious award in a competition which aims to ‘honour outstanding projects, campaigns and innovations in the field of online communications.’
  • Troy Prenter
  • 04/10/2017 12:52:01
Spanish Cuisine Master Class at South West College
April, 2017
Two Spanish lecturers visited South West College, Omagh campus, on a teaching placement funded through the Erasmus+ programme. Chef, Javier Andreu and a sommelier, Paco Ortiz, a trained wine professional, are tutors from Hotel Escuela, Madrid, which is a partner institute of South West College.
  • Troy Prenter
  • 07/04/2017 12:55:54