Forth Valley College is working in partnership with The Tolbooth, Stirling to deliver its first ever Forth Valley Film Festival. The online film festival launched on Friday 26 June 2020 and is being screened through to Sunday 5 July 2020. It is showcasing the work of the College’s Creative Industries students.
Forth Valley College’s new Digital Skills Transforming Care Course was officially launched at a special online event today (Tuesday 16 June) – and is set to become an essential qualification for key workers across Scotland.
Forth Valley College’s annual End of Year show is usually one the highlights of the Creative Industries Department’s year, but due to the current lockdown, it is not possible for the Stirling Campus to host the event.
A partnership between Forth Valley College and SP Energy Networks is providing home schooling for youngsters across the Forth Valley and beyond with its innovative STEM learning resource to support their home learning.
HND Visual Communication students have created an Instagram exhibition of their work as a substitute for the regular end of year show, held annually at Forth Valley College’s Stirling Campus.
Forth Valley College staff who have helped develop a slick online digital community have gained further recognition recently.
A reminder has been issued to Students from Forth Valley College that they can benefit from free Hey Girls sanitary products through a home delivery service.
Businesses are taking advantage of a range of online and virtual employee development and training courses available through Forth Valley College during the lockdown.
A new Forth Valley College course could become an essential training tool for care and key workers across Scotland, who have to deal with the ‘new normal’ for healthcare which has evolved from the Coronavirus epidemic and lockdown.
Students without access to lap-tops have benefited from a Forth Valley College scheme to deliver devices to their homes during lockdown.