KTP starts during lockdown
South West College was delighted to start a new Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) project with Foyle Food Group in Omagh during the COVID-19 lockdown.
In response to government restrictions placed on restaurants and hospitality venues by ensuring that patrons are catered for safely whilst being protected from the elements when eating outdoors, White Contracts designed and produced an outdoor eating pod.
Ecohog Ltd are a Tyrone based family owned business with over 30yrs experience of manufacturing and supplying equipment to the waste and recycling industries. Through extensive research and design projects Ecohog Ltd are the leaders in the air separation technologies for the grading and separation of waste materials.
The South West College STEM Centre is delighted to begin work on a new augmented reality mobile app project with Sentireal® Ltd. Sentireal has a vision of a future in which technology beneficially extends how we perceive and interact with our world and with each other.
The North East Resource Efficiency Programme launched New Legacy Packs for businesses to use as a guide to improve their Resource efficiency and reduce their costs.
A panel of world-leading sustainability experts today told a Newry audience that a radical shift in towards clean and green public transport would help preserve and improve rural services in Northern Ireland.
Commuters and transport providers can glimpse the future of ‘clean and green’ travel when a major European initiative rolls into Newry next month (11th June). Organised by South West College, the event is the second stage the whistle-stop REPUTE (Renewable Public Transport Enterprise) tour that will kick off in Glasgow and continue on to destinations in France, Spain and Portugal.
Two South West College employees were members of a select group to visit Emmen in the Netherlands as part of the Grundtvig learning partnership. Shane McBrien and Barry McCarron who work in CREST had the privilege of joining 5 other participants from Ireland on the expedition.
The InnoTech Centre of South West College is pleased to announce the completion of a cross border FUSION project with CES Energy in Dublin, as part of the InterTradeIreland funded programme.
The South West College is pleased to announce the completion of a cross border FUSION project with Malone in Co. Mayo, as part of the InterTradeIreland funded programme.