Aim Further



Explore the benefits of studying Further Education, Alternative courses and Apprenticeship programmes at one of SWC's Online Open Days.  You can now download the prospectus for our Further Education, Alternative and Apprenticeship programmes or search the website for the courses available.

Monday 15th June

Why Study Further Education at SWC? : "Fireside Chat" Hosted by Barra Best

Time: 10.30 - 11.00am (GMT)
Host: Barra Best


We launched the week's preceedings with an informal "Fireside Chat' hosted by television presenter Barra Best. Barra spoke with lecturers and students from the college exploring the options available for school leavers this September. 

 

Not sure what's next for you? - Information on Alternative Pathways

Information for learners aged between 14-24 not in Employment, Education or Training. This webinar will discuss the alternative options outside of Further Education and Apprentceships. David Taylor from the Youthscape programme and Emma O'Neill from the College Connect and Skills for Work & Life programmes will be showing you. what other options are available.



The programmes discussed in this webinar were:

The programmes discussed in this webinar were:

Tuesday 16th June

School of Business Management and Specialist Education

There are many opportunities in the world of Business Management and Administration. Join one of these webinars to find out what courses are on offer this September.

Business 

The programmes discussed in this webinar were:

School of Tourism, Hospitality, Hair and Beauty

No courses give you more of an opportunity to travel the world than Travel and Tourism or the Service industry. Prepare yourself for the journey of a lifetime with webinars by the School of Tourism, Hospitality, Hair and Beauty

Travel & Tourism


The courses discussed in this webinar were:

Professional Cookery & Hospitality


The courses to be discussed in this webinar include:

Beauty Therapy
The courses discussed in this webinar were:

Hairdressing & Barbering
The courses discussed in this webinar were:

Wednesday 17th June

Not sure what's next for you? - SUSE+ (Step Up to Sustainable Employment)

This innovative Employment Solutions Programme SUSE+, part financed by European Social Fund & the Department for the Economy, + is geared towards those aged 16-65 and provides support, guidance and qualifications as well as support into sustainable employment.


The programmes discussed in this webinar will be:

School of Automotive & Electrical

Interested in working with the mechanics of Light Vehicles, Heavy Vehicles or Agricultural Machinery? Want a career as an electrician or want to learn more about the future of electric and hybrid vehicles? Join our Automotive and Electrical webinars.

Motor Vehicle



The courses to be discussed in this webinar include:

  • Light Vehicle Repair (LVR)
  • Level 2 Vehicle Sales and Parts
  • Agricultural Machinery Repair (AMR)
  • Heavy Vehicle Repair (HVR)
  • Light Vehicle Repair (LVR) (GOLD)
Electrical



The courses discussed in this webinar were:
  • Level 3 Electrical
  • Auto Electrics / Mobile Electrics

School of Engineering

Host: Head of School - Alastair Booth

Engineering (Work Based Learning)



The courses discussed in this webinar were:

  • Level 1-3 Skills Engineering (Welding and Fitting)
  • Level 3 Engineering (GOLD)
Engineering (Further Education)



The courses to be discussed in this webinar include:
  • Pearson BTEC Level 3 Full Time Diploma In Engineering

School of Mathematics & Computing

Computing / IT The courses discussed in this webinar were:

Thursday 18th June

Not sure what's next for you? - Going Places Programme

 

The aim of the Going Places programme is to improve employability by providing participants with the opportunity to gain their driving test and a range of accredited qualifications (including adult social care, welding & engineering), as well as practical work experience through a Four Week Placement .  One to one mentoring is available to provide support and help build confidence and motivation.

School of Natural & Built Environment

Construction Trades (Work based Learning)


The courses discussed in this webinar were:

Construction / Built Environment (Further Education)



The courses to be discussed in this webinar include:

School of Sport & Life Science

School of Sport & Life Science

Sport


The courses discussed in this webinar were:

Applied Science - Time: 4 - 4:45pm (GMT)
The courses to be discussed in this webinar include:

  • Pearson BTEC Level 3 90 Credit and Extended Diploma In Applied Science
  • Apprenticeship NI Level 2 and Level 3 Pharmacy Services
  • Apprenticeship NI Level 3 Dental Technician

Friday 19th June

School of Creative Arts

Creative Media


The courses discussed in this webinar were:

Art & Design
The courses discussed in this webinar were:

Performing Arts



The courses discussed in this webinar were: