South West College is set to boost employability skills in the Fermanagh, Omagh and Mid Ulster District Council areas. Thanks to a major Department led Work Ready Employability Services Programme (WRES)
, the programme is designed to support jobseekers by offering access to free training in key employability skills, therefore helping them on their pathway to employment.
High achieving local man Ciaran McKerr from Lurgan, has graduated with First-Class Honours in the Ulster University BSc (Hons) in Social Work.
Ciaran hailed South West College for their outstanding support, expressing that it has made an enormous difference to his life and career prospects.
Following two successful years studying at South West College (SWC) Ciaran completed his programme at Ulster University’s
South West College have officially received the keys of their brand new, state-of-the-art motor vehicle workshop on the Gortin Road, Omagh. The workshop features the latest diagnostic and mechanical equipment available within the Motor Vehicle Industry, and facilities for training in EBS braking, active suspension systems, ADAS steering systems and engine horsepower testing.
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.
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.
Young people from across counties Tyrone and Fermanagh celebrated gaining a range of qualifications, new friends and a new direction in life through an innovative and inclusive learning programme launched by South West College (SWC) in September 2014.