Social Inclusion Programmes


The college provides a wide range of programmes which fall outside or combine with of our training, FE and HE provision. The primary role of these programmes is to provide training specifically targeted at local community, economic and industry needs. These programmes are generally funded and may only be offered on an annual basis. Take a look at what we are offering at present.

Work Ready Employability Services (WRES)

WRES
If you’re looking for work and receiving certain benefits, Work Ready Employability Services (WRES) offers access to free training in key skills, which may help improve your chances of getting a job.

Find out more about the WRES programme

Going Places


The aim of the project is to better equip residents from Neighbourhood Renewal Area’s (NRA) to seek and secure education, training or employment, through South West College. On courses that are level 2 and above. Which lead to the achievement of nationally recognised qualifications, enhanced practical skills, employability and personal development.

Find out more about the Going Places programme

Suse+

      
The programme is geared toward those aged 16+ who are unemployed or economically inactive within the Fermanagh Omagh & Mid Ulster District Council areas​

Find out more about the SUSE+ programme

College Connect

 
College Connect programme exists to engage and mentor young people aged 16-24 years who want to gain entry into Education, Training or Employment. This project is part funded through the Northern Ireland European Social Fund Programme 2014 – 2020 and the Department for the Economy

Find out more about the College Connect programme

Youthscape


Youthscape is a fun, educational programme for young people aged 14-24 who are not currently in education, training or employment. It runs 3 days a week for six months, and our participants leave with new friends from all different backgrounds, great memories, and a new direction for their future. You can gain OCN Level 1 qualifications in Personal Development, Good Relations and Citizenship, and learn lots of life skills like budgeting and money management, healthy eating and tools for mental good health and resilience. 

Find out more about the Youthscape programme