Forth Valley College is gearing up for another full schedule of events during this year’s Fairtrade Fortnight (Monday 27 February – Sunday 12 March) and also during the Sustainability Festival (Monday 27-Friday 10 March).
Staff and students from Forth Valley College are warming up their signing voices to wow crowds in the Alloa Musical Players’ production of Evita at the Alloa Town Hall (7-11 March).
Electrical safety was the buzz among pupils at Moray Primary School in Grangemouth recently (Tuesday 7 February) after a Forth Valley College Technician dropped in to take a lesson.
One Forth Valley College employee is more thrilled than most that FVC recently achieved Duke of Edinburgh Award Licensed Organisation status.
Senior pupils from Graeme High School are building up links with Forth Valley College by taking part in Computer Aided Architectural Design (CAD) classes at the Falkirk Campus.
Forth Valley College Hospitality Lecturer Michal Tomaszewski has landed a scholarship with the Hospitality Industry Trust (HIT) Scotland to explore the benefits of social media in his industry.
A student and member of staff from Forth Valley College’s Hospitality Department travelled to Switzerland recently on a HIT Scotland Scholarship.
Sound Production staff and students at Forth Valley College have been working on a live project to enhance the soundtrack of a short film.
Forth Valley College hosted a prestigious Hospitality and Tourism Takeover day for Falkirk school pupils at their Stirling Campus on Wednesday 15 February.
Forth Valley College has received Disability Confident accreditation, further enhancing its reputation as an inclusive and progressive employer.