A Forth Valley College social care student was recently presented with a ‘Heart of Gold’ award at Stirling Voluntary Enterprise’s Inspiring Volunteer Awards 2017.
Forth Valley College has been short-listed in the ‘Partnership of the Year’ category at the SQA Star Awards 2017. The College worked closely with Police Scotland, Larbert High School and Graeme High School to pilot a HNC in Police Studies as part of its’ school-link provision.
Forth Valley College plumbing student Liam Grant won the David More Trophy for the ‘Best Apprentice’ award at the SNIPEF (Scottish and Northern Ireland Plumbing Employers’ Federation) Edinburgh and District Annual Awards 2017.
Forth Valley College’s new £78 million Falkirk Campus will be built by Balfour Beatty it was announced this week (11/10/17).
Two prizewinners from Forth Valley College’s 2017 Graduation epitomised the College’s dedication to lifelong learning.
A graduate from Coalsnaughton - who scooped Forth Valley College’s 2017 Student of the Year prize – triumphed over shyness and a lack of confidence to become an accomplished hospitality professional.
Forth Valley College hosted two successful graduation events at Falkirk Town Hall (Tuesday 3 October) and Stirling Castle (Thursday 5 October).
Forth Valley College have signed an agreement with Servest (formerly Arthur McKay Ltd) to cover all the college’s facilities management needs for the next three years.
Modern Apprentices from Forth Valley College and trainees from Historic Environment Scotland (HES) and Rooftec Scotland demonstrated their skills at traditional skills event in Stirling recently.
Mental health awareness was to the fore at Forth Valley College recently when Falkirk District Association of Mental Health (FDAMH) put on a performance of the play ‘Being Frank’.