All the latest headlines from West College Scotland
WEST COLLEGE SCOTLAND SIGNS ARMED FORCES COVENANT
West College Scotland has signed the Armed Forces Covenant, pledging our commitment to supporting the Armed Forces community.Read more
We’re made-up with the results from our Creative Exposure event
On Monday 20 August West College Scotland welcomed 27 of Glasgow’s leading professionals in Hairdressing, Barbering, Beauty and Make-up to our inaugural Creative Exposure event.
Skills Gap Biggest Barrier to Business Growth
Research conducted by West College Scotland has found that the skills gap is the single biggest barrier to business growth in the West of Scotland.
Skills Academy Greenock Launch
Greenock campus on course to build a future workforce - college teams up with building firm to launch innovative Skills Academy.
IKEA Creative Workshop
While a good education, a strong CV and the confidence to apply for jobs form the basis of obtaining a graduate job, some students are finding other ways to gain competitive advantage on the career ladder. In a world where the number of graduates is increasing and companies’ budgets are being squeezed, it is vital that students have already formed employer links by the time it comes for them to graduate.
13 September 2018
'Gies a Break' Wellbeing Cafe
Is life going too fast? Not enough hours in the day? Don’t know which way is up or down?
West College Scotland’s ‘Gies a Break’ Wellbeing Café could provide the answers you are looking for to these, and many other, questions.
22 August 2018
From Mitsubishi to Batmobile
Transforming an old Mitsubishi into the Batmobile isn’t something most people will do in their lifetime, but that is exactly what 12 pupils from Kilpatrick School did as part of a project run by West College Scotland’s Clydebank team.
1 August 2018
The Recruit 2018: wallpapering, balloon chairs and a whole lot of fun
Have you ever watched The Apprentice and thought to yourself: “I could do that”? Pro-active and up for a challenge, that is exactly what drove twenty-four young people to take part in The Recruit challenge days in July.