A joint initiative between Forth Valley College, Developing the Young Workforce Forth Valley and Scottish Power Energy Networks, aimed to challenge the stereotype that women don’t aspire to a career in engineering.
Students at Forth Valley College’s three campuses in Falkirk, Stirling and Alloa had more than their studies to focus on this week as they immersed themselves in a Scotland themed Freshers’ Fair.
The UK’s leading manufacturer of fibre bonded flooring, Heckmondwike, and Forth Valley College in Scotland, are celebrating their achievement in being shortlisted for an exciting Education Buildings Scotland award.
Care, Health and Sport students flocked to the main hall in the Falkirk Campus today (Thursday 21 September) for their annual Sport and fitness Volunteering and Work Experience Fair.
Teenagers in India will soon have a Beauty Therapy toolkit course to help them learn the basics, thanks to Forth Valley College’s Hospitality and Salon Services Department.
More than 700 companies in Forth Valley may be eligible to access up to £10,000 for training thanks to the Flexible Workforce Development Fund. Created by the Scottish Government the fund is open to applications from all organisations across the private, public and third sectors in the Forth Valley area who pay the UK Government’s Apprenticeship Levy if they pay more than £3million in salaries a year.
Forth Valley College and South Eastern Regional College (SERC) have announced an innovative partnership.
A Forth Valley College sports student has returned from a prestigious European boxing tournament with a gold medal.
Painting and Decorating Modern Apprentice (MA) Callum Bonner has brushed past his challengers to reach the final of the UK’s Crown Trade Apprentice Decorator of the Year competition.
Forth Valley College have been shortlisted for a College Development Network (CDN) Award.