College begins for new students
Eager new Forth Valley College students began their journey into further education recently at the Falkirk Campus.
Registration for the new academic term began on Monday 19 August and FVC staff have been busy enrolling people onto their courses.
Connie White (20) an Access to Computing student from Falkirk, said: “This is obviously something I want to do. I had previously started a sports course, but I am now looking forward to working in this industry.”
Liam Taylor (27) from Bonnybridge, also an Access to Computing student, said: “We have just started and I am excited about the course. I want to work in IT repairs so it is ideal for me to start with.”
Rhys Penman (18) from Stirling, who is studying for an Access to Computing qualification, added: “I am looking forward to the course. I am hoping it will be a stepping stone for me to other computing courses.”
Eager NC Art and Design students also started their courses this week.
Erin Bain (17) from Hallglen, Falkirk, said: “I have always wanted to do animation and can’t wait to get started.”
Rhiannon Cove (19) from Stirling, said: “I am looking forward to it. The course is just perfect for me.”
Sadia Khatoon (20) from Falkirk, added: “I would like to become a teacher so I am looking forward to getting going on the course.”
Katrin Surovec (19) from Falkirk, said: “I want to be a designer and am keen to learn about material and colour. I am also excited about studying in the new Falkirk Campus.”
Weronika Glowicka (19) from Falkirk, said: “I would love to become a tattoo artist or a teacher and Forth Valley College has a good reputation, so I am happy to be here.”
Aidan Beattie (18) from Falkirk, said: “I am hoping to get into the graphics and posters side of things as I have always been creative at school and this is the ideal place to start.”