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Kids grow up so fast these days! So the ideal way to keep up with striving teenagers is encourage them to think about taking advantage of studying at Forth Valley College while still at high school.
Budding entrepreneurs among Forth Valley College’s students are being urged to get their dreams of owning their own company on track, at an informative Business Start-Up Awareness Seminar at the Alloa Campus on Tuesday 6 February (4-6pm).
With our open evenings fast approaching, our latest blog offers some some reasons you might want to pop along.
Foundation Apprenticeships are new qualifications aimed at young people still attending school. They’re available in a wide variety of subjects and can take one or two years to complete, usually starting in S5 or S6. If you’re a parent or guardian and wondering if a Foundation Apprenticeship would be suitable for your son or daughter – our latest blog tells you everything you need to know.
Exam results mean it’s now time for your son or daughter to make some important decisions regarding their future. Whether they’re delighted with their results or disappointed, clear on what they want to do or still uncertain, it’s highly likely that they’ll turn to you for advice. Our blog offers a list of reasons why Forth Valley College should be an option you encourage your child to consider.
Believe it or not mums, dads and guardians, now is the time that youngsters should be thinking about positive activities to fill up those summer holidays.
Taking on an apprentice can be a big decision, with so many different things to consider. However Modern Apprenticeships (MAs) are an increasingly popular choice for employers looking to develop their workforce. Read on to find out more about some of the key highlights of an MA.