A first year HND Art and Design student has used a spirit raising activity used by people enduring the current lockdown, to help her progress through her course at home.
Health, Fitness and Exercise students from Forth Valley College are creating virtual exercise classes that staff and students can link into live, to help people keep active at home during the Coronavirus epidemic.
Caring Working with Communities students have set up a Community Hub to collect and distribute ‘isolation packages’ for vulnerable people in the Forth Valley area affected by the Coronavirus outbreak.
Forth Valley College staff have been at the forefront of the new Digital Health and Care Induction Standards online course which was launched today (Wednesday 18 March) by Ivan McKee MSP, Scotland’s Minister for Trade, Investment and Innovation.
Construction Lecturer Kevin McLaren celebrated 25 years of working at Forth Valley College by entering a brand new Falkirk Campus.
A fact finding visit to Forth Valley College’s Open Evening led to a mental health support worker becoming a Modern Apprentice in less than three weeks.
Students and staff have organised three ‘Swap Shop’ style events this week to encourage donations to local food banks and the British Heart Foundation.
Past and present Forth Valley College Alexander Dennis Modern Apprentices welcomed Cabinet Secretary for Transport, Infrastructure and Connectivity to their workplace on Friday 6 March to coincide with Scottish Apprenticeship Week 2020.
During Scottish Apprenticeship Week, CBI Scotland joined with Skills Development Scotland and Forth Valley College to showcase the benefits of apprenticeships to employers, highlighting the value of a system in Scotland that aligns with the needs of employers and the economy.
HND Hospitality student John Thomson, aims to raise the bar higher after securing a much sought after scholarship.