Active and sustainable travel for staff and students was the focus of an event held at each of Forth Valley College’s three campuses between Tuesday 29-Thursday 31 January.
Forth Valley College and Sistema Scotland work together to help more young people into further education
Sistema Scotland’s Big Noise Raploch programme and Forth Valley College are working in partnership to improve support for young people in Raploch to enter and complete further education.
A modification to the INEOS/PetroIneos Modern Apprenticeship programme is beginning to bear fruit already.
Former Forth Valley College Modern Apprentice Callum Bonner from Tullibody has been shortlisted in the Vocational category (Scottish Region) at the British Education Awards 2019.
Computing students turned themselves off and on to refresh themselves as they took part in a Health and Wellbeing week (Monday 21- Friday 25 January).
Modern Apprentices from Bell Decorating Group brushed up on techniques to prevent back injury throughout their future careers recently.
An exhibition of artwork by honours year students at the University of Stirling is currently on display at the city’s Tolbooth venue.
#NoStigma a film produced by Forth Valley College Media students will be highly commended at this year’s Safety Group UK (SGUK) awards.
A number of Forth Valley College staff members have reached long service milestones over the last few weeks.
New software to enhance the teaching of Oil and Gas Virtual Control Room skills and techniques were demonstrated at Forth Valley College’s Falkirk Campus recently (Tuesday 15 and Wednesday 16 January)