A full class of eager amateur genealogists have filled a new evening course which aims to help people trace their family roots and get them started on mapping out their family tree
Bridge of Allan based United Closures and Plastics (UCP) are planning to have trained more than a two thirds of their workforce through the Flexible Workforce Development Fund (FWDF).
Long term friends of the college the Alloa Musical Players are treading the boards again in their latest production ‘Urinetown; The musical’.
A link between Forth Valley College and South Eastern Regional College (SERC) in Northern Ireland is helping to introduce simple science into primary schools.
Falkirk secondary school pupils took part in the innovative Springboard Hospitality, Food and Tourism Takeover Day at Forth Valley College’s Stirling Campus recently (14/02/19).
An exciting new evening course aims to dig up the past and reveal archaeological techniques and practices to highlight the history of Stirling.
NC Early Education and Childcare students welcomed pupils from Raploch Primary School to an informative workshop recently at the Stirling Campus.
High school pupils from across the Forth Valley area visited the College this week (Wednesday 6 February) to find out more about Foundation Apprenticeships in Engineering and Construction.
Refresher events were well attended by students at Forth Valley College’s Stirling, Alloa and Falkirk Campuses this week (4,6 and 7 February).
Former Forth Valley College Modern Apprentice Callum Bonner from Tullibody has won the Vocational category (Scottish Region) at the British Education Awards 2019.