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Children In Need

Big congratulations to our Level 5 Admin students who were mentioned on Children in Need this weekend. Well done guys and congratulations on all your hard work for such a good cause!!!

Check out our Facebook page to see the video!

Children in Need: Facebook

 

Door Supervisor Training

Don't miss out! Our SIA Door Supervisor and Spectator Safety courses run over 4 days and our next course starts on 20th October. The course covers:

Working in the private security industry

Working as a door supervisor

Conflict management

Physical intervention

Spectator safety

Students completing this course will be in a position to apply for an SIA licence (additional fee) and to apply for jobs in the events industry, stewarding and security fields. This is a growth industry always looking for new people!

For full details see: http://bit.ly/1vwNTsl

   

January 2015

Could it be you? Now is your time to get back on course...

January 2015

We have exciting opportunities to start a new course of study in January 2015.  Apply online here or call Admissions on 01355 270750.

HNC Business

HNC Events

HNC Human Resource Management

HNC Hospitality

HNC Professional Cookery


HNC Working with Communities

SVQ Level 2 Professional Cookery

PDA Spa

NPA Cosmetology

NPA Creative Beauty

SVQ Level 2 Beauty Therapy

National 4 Early Education & Childcare

PDA Childhood Practice

HND Additional Support Needs

SVQ 4 Care Service Leadership and Management (SCQF level 10)

HNC Painting & Decorating Supervision

Level 5 Gas Installation & Maintenance

Pre-apprentice Construction Crafts

 

NC Travel and Tourism

NC Travel and Tourism with specialism in Activity Tourism at SCQF level 6 involves a combination of practical approaches to learning, investigations and research. You’ll learn by:

carrying out research into different activity tourism providers
participation in activity tourism pursuits
organising and running an activity tourism experience
undertaking an investigation in to the activity tourism pursuit.

The tourism industry is booming in Scotland! Now is your time to get involved and plan for your future.

Get in touch- email us at marketing@slc.ac.uk to register your interest in NC Travel and Tourism with a specialism in Activity Tourism.

   

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Big congratulations to our Level 5 Admin students who were mentioned on Children in Need this weekend. Well done guys and congratulations on all your hard work for such a good cause!!!

Check out our Facebook page to see the video!

Children in Need: Facebook

 

Don't miss out! Our SIA Door Supervisor and Spectator Safety courses run over 4 days and our next course starts on 20th October. The course covers:

Working in the private security industry

Working as a door supervisor

Conflict management

Physical intervention

Spectator safety

Students completing this course will be in a position to apply for an SIA licence (additional fee) and to apply for jobs in the events industry, stewarding and security fields. This is a growth industry always looking for new people!

For full details see: http://bit.ly/1vwNTsl

 

NC Travel and Tourism with specialism in Activity Tourism at SCQF level 6 involves a combination of practical approaches to learning, investigations and research. You’ll learn by:

carrying out research into different activity tourism providers
participation in activity tourism pursuits
organising and running an activity tourism experience
undertaking an investigation in to the activity tourism pursuit.

The tourism industry is booming in Scotland! Now is your time to get involved and plan for your future.

Get in touch- email us at marketing@slc.ac.uk to register your interest in NC Travel and Tourism with a specialism in Activity Tourism.

 

We have fantastic employability courses running now!!

Take a look at some information here: http://www.slc.ac.uk/Courses-Application/Employability-Fund/employability-fund.html

Depending on individual circumstances, a Young Person's Training Allowance, DWP Training Allowance or College Bursary may be payable.  Please see the relevant section in Student Funding.

Don't miss your chance, contact Elise Bonini today on 01355 807310 or by email to elise.bonini@slc.ac.uk

 
SLC has launched its Nibe biomass training course. Anderson Floor Warming and Renewables staff were our first cohort of trainees. Check out some photos on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/SLCek 
 
If you're interested in finding out more about this exciting new course, contact James Jamieson on 01355 807622.
 

Our Training Restaurant will be open for new bookings shortly.  We look forward to seeing you soon!

 
Drop us an email to marketing@slc.ac.uk, via our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/SLCek or tweet us @SLCek if you might be interested in any of these fab SQA courses:
 
HNC Advertising and PR 
HNC Travel and Tourism 
NC Journalism 
HNC Retail 
 
Let us know your name and which course (or courses!) interests you!
 

Student News

Drop us an email to marketing@slc.ac.uk, via our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/SLCek or tweet us @SLCek if you might be interested in any of these great SQA courses for session 15/16:
 
HNC Advertising and PR 
HNC Travel and Tourism 
NC Journalism 
HNC Retail 
 
Let us know your name and which course (or courses!) interests you!
 

The Greater Glasgow Articulation Partnership (GGAP) has created a Progression Route Database that allows students the ability to see possible degree programmes at Glasgow Caledonian University.

 

Did you know that you can access Moodle, your student email account and your e-portfolio as well as your personal record, your timetable and information on your attendance and your course subjects and results from your web browser or College home page?

Business News

The College has recently introduced 3 new BPEC certificated commercial gas courses. 

 

Good news for small to medium sized businesses working in the energy and construction sector.

If you recruit an unemployed resident of South Lanarkshire, you may be entitled to a wage subsidy, the equivalent of 50% of the minimum wage for 26 weeks, funded by South Lanarkshire council. 

 
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Looking to Recruit?  Wage Subsidies Available!

If you recruit an unemployed resident of South Lanarkshire, you may be entitled to up to 50% of their salary subsidised by South Lanarkshire College.  Limited places are available - contact us now to register your interest.
 
The Inclusiveness Project have now achieved over 200 job outcomes since April 2011, under current funding from South Lanarkshire Works 4 U and the European Social Fund.
 
Are you a Local Employer?  Can you support local unemployed adults by providing valuable short term work placements?
 

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