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Volunteer shout out for ‘Play to Talk’ football awareness raiser

A Falkirk Campus based student is appealing for volunteers to play in a mental health awareness raising football match – which forms part of his course.

Volunteer shout out for ‘Play to Talk’ football awareness raiser

Running 95 miles in 35 hours – what a way to celebrate a wedding anniversary!

Additional Support Worker David Crossley is aiming to run the West Highland Way in aid of the British Red Cross, while celebrating his wedding anniversary at the same time.

Running 95 miles in 35 hours – what a way to celebrate a wedding anniversary!

TUCO meeting takes place at Falkirk

Forth Valley College’s Falkirk Campus was the venue for the first quarterly regional meeting of The Universities Caterers Organisation (TUCO) on Thursday 12 May - the first face to face event held by TUCO since the pandemic.

TUCO meeting takes place at Falkirk

Leviat step-up to help students learn new tools of the trade

A global construction accessories company have laid the foundation of future learning by donating new bricklaying aids, to help Forth Valley College students learn about the latest tools of the trade.

Leviat step-up to help students learn new tools of the trade

Digital Skills Courses can Click again for Clacks residents

Funding secured by Forth Valley College will support the running of a new free course that will aim to provide confidence and inspiration for people across Clackmannanshire, to improve their digital skills.

Digital Skills Courses can Click again for Clacks residents

Essential College Transformation plans announced

Forth Valley College has announced a comprehensive Transformation plan to ensure they can achieve their 2030 vision and to deliver the best possible learning experiences for their students.

Essential College Transformation plans announced

College helps future butchers to carve out new career

A Butchery Skills Boost course will be a cut above the rest in helping students become trained butchers of the future.

College helps future butchers to carve out new career

One signer one song for Katie’s Lifestart class

Evening class lecturer Katie White helped Lifestart students celebrate Deaf Awareness Week (Monday 2-Sunday 8 May) by signing a song on social media.

One signer one song for Katie’s Lifestart class

College pays tribute to fallen with memorial model

Specialised 3D printing expertise at Forth Valley College has been used to help pay tribute to Bainsford’s war dead, by creating two scale models of the proposed new monument.

College pays tribute to fallen with memorial model

Colleagues rally round to support Zak’s brave and generous son

When colleagues of Zak Stark in Forth Valley College’s Commercial and Training Delivery and Business Development Departments learned of his son’s cancer diagnosis, they rallied round to help… then the brave and generous lad did the same!

Colleagues rally round to support Zak’s brave and generous son
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