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This course provides students with experience of different types of engineering and the core skills to progress on to National Qualifications. It aims to give individuals greater confidence in their own abilities and fully inform them about a career in engineering.
The aim of this course is to help you to decide the career that you wish to study. Aimed at Christmas leavers, or anyone looking to get back into education, it is a way of sampling different STEM areas and making an informed decision as to where you want to study.
This course is a hands on and exciting course that will give you the broad practical skills base you will need to progress on to one of our Access courses in Science or Engineering. The course has an emphasis on development of scientific skills used in a wide range of industries and services using laboratory science and developing the skills and knowledge necessary for basic science engineering processes.
This unique course has been created by Historic Environment Scotland (HES) in conjunction with Forth Valley College and approved by the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA). Its aim is to provide candidates with an insight into major repair schemes, undertake visits and carry out field work at active conservation projects across Scotland. The Advanced Diploma can be studied full-time over one academic year or part-time at the Engine Shed, Stirling.
For further information on the Engine Shed, please visit www.engineshed.org
This course takes a hands-on approach to the science of forensic investigation. The emphasis is on doing rather than theory and covers topics such as fingerprint recovery and identification, blood detection and analysis, DNA extraction and analysis.
This course is eligible for ITA funding. If you wish to use ITA funding towards the cost of this course, you must first apply for the ITA funding through the My World of Work website. Once you’ve applied for funding, you will receive a confirmation email with instructions on how to book your course.
Please note ITA funding for this course should not be applied for until your place is secured.
Course start time 18:30 - End time 20:20
Explore the world of craft bakery from around the world, developing the skills required to produce traditional breads and specialist pastries.
Course start time 18:00 - End time 21:00