A project to recruit and train 100 quality assessors for the construction industry in Scotland – which was put on hold due to the Covid-19 pandemic – has been re-launched with help from Forth Valley College.
Forth Valley College are supporting the #LoveScotlandsColleges national campaign to highlight the importance and strength of Scotland’s colleges to stakeholders.
With a surge in demand for renewable energy, the Energy Skills Partnership (ESP) has revealed plans to establish nine Renewable & Energy Efficiency Training Centres in colleges across central and southern Scotland – including Forth Valley College - following a £500,000 funding boost from SP Energy Networks’ Green Economy Fund.
Book Week Scotland workshops proved popular among Forth Valley College students recently.
A new website and online event resource hopes to help small and medium sized engineering firms, to develop a culture of innovation across Scotland.
More employers across Forth Valley can now apply for funding to provide upskilling and reskilling opportunities for their existing staff.
A second group of young people with additional support needs in the Falkirk area who are on the hunt to find a job with the help of DFN Project SEARCH – have graduated from their one year internship programme at Forth Valley Royal Hospital.
A collaboration between colleges in east central Scotland has published their proposals on how best to deliver skills and opportunities in Scotland to support the economic recovery.
More than 100 Forth Valley College students have used their creativity to mark Remembrance Day on Wednesday November 11 and raise money for Poppy Scotland.
A group of Forth Valley College volunteers group based in Stirling, has won a prestigious award for significantly transforming path links in the local area.